It typically refers to the management of multi-unit residential properties such as
apartment buildings, condominiums, or flats. This involves a range of tasks such as
maintaining the property's physical infrastructure, managing tenant relations, and
handling administrative tasks related to lease agreements and rent collection.
Tower management involves overseeing the overall maintenance and upkeep of the
building, which includes regular inspections, repairs, and upgrades to ensure that the
building is safe, habitable, and meets local building codes and regulations. This also
involves managing vendor relationships and ensuring that contracted services such as
landscaping, pest control, and waste management are properly carried out.