Valley Forge Towers South is a building in transition for the better, and Ive seen it happen over the 9 years living there. The mix of residents is now skewing younger as the older residents pass, or move South or into retirement communities. Estate and "desperation" sales have driven up inventory and depressed prices. It's a very well run building; the association prepared years in advance to replace the elevators, roof and mall features all within the past thee years without any assessments (except for totally unexpected balcony repairs that were needed to bring things up to code). So if anybody thinks the HOA fees are high ... think again. They include all utilities (heat and A/C), 24x7 security, cable, beautiful grounds keeping, the clubhouse, tennis courts, and superb snow removal; they replace out hot water heaters and air conditioning units before they fail as part of the HOA fee. The only other bill I get is from Verizon for a land line. You can purchase a separately deeded garage for about $25k. The mall that connects the three buildings provides the services of a deli, bank, salons, dentists, and a great tailor/cleaner. It's been turnkey living for me these past 9 years. The Council is strict about the rules, but when you have 250 units on 15 floors, I appreciate that things stay sane in the place and people honor each others privacy and right to peaceful living. That's a major attribute ! So from my perspective, Ric is a whiner and should move. I'm very happy there and I'm not a "senior retiree".