What changes can Unit Owners make with the architecture of their Unit?

The MDDR stipulates that no Unit Owner may make changes to the exterior appearance of his Unit as a holistic architectural theme is adopted. Owners may however improve or change the interiors of his Unit. Construction of an attic is allowed provided it will not alter the external appearance of the Unit. No addition to or change or alteration of the Unit shall be made unless the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, height, materials, color and location of the same shall have been submitted to and first approved in writing by the Declarant or the Condominium Corporation.


  • No exterior lighting shall be placed or maintained upon the Unit so as to cause an unreasonable glare or illumination upon any other Unit, Common Area, or Central Facility.
  • The Condominium Unit Owner shall not do or cause to be done any act (including chiseling or chipping of beams, columns or walls), or cause the construction or installation of any structure or facility within the Unit, the Common Areas, or the Central Facilities, which the Declarant has determined will be beyond or will impair the structural strength of the Building or change the appearance of any exterior portion thereof.
  • The windows of the Unit shall not be replaced with windows of different material, size, design or color.