(Yes, I will take photos of the other floors. If you want your floor done sooner, let me know.)
The first four photos are Passenger Elevators 1 & 2. The next shots are 3 through to the Service Elevator. You will also notice a shot of the floor where there are permanent stains. We are not sure if this was done in the process of restoring or not. The restoration is awful. Just awful. Look at elevator entrances on each floor and see the work done. If the elevator entrances were done properly as sold and turned over in 2009, why could they not be properly restored now?
See below for comments on unrelated elevator photos near the bottom of this post.
The window sills near the elevators have been used as ashtrays and garbage holders. Who is so awful to do this? Then most, if not all, floors have seen the garbage on the connectors outside the windows. Who does this and why?
This crack has been spackled and painted but it is back. You many see it on many floors just around the corner from the elevators going to the Mayflower tower. Do those that built the building have an explanation?
Do many recall the ropes and scaffolds with workers sealing and painting the outside walls? Well, was that to stop this from taking place? This is peeling below the windows going to the Mayflower tower. Again, do those that built the buildings have an explanation for this? You know, I see issues in this and other buildings, where is quality control and knowledge & skill to build? Where? Those in and outside are leaning about the condominium industry. It is not a pretty picture.