- Dom DiFurio, Dallas Morning News

“We appreciate everything you are doing to look out for each other in these unprecedented times,” MAA wrote in an email to residents.

Apartment management companies in Dallas-Fort Worth have begun closing shared amenities in their communities this week to slow the spread of COVID-19.

MAA will close fitness facilities, business centers and other shared amenities and provide only limited maintenance, according to an email sent to residents Monday.

MAA manages 52 apartment complexes in the D-FW area, according to the company’s website. Some of those communities include Post Uptown Village and Post Meridian in Uptown Dallas, as well as The Venue at Stonebridge Ranch in McKinney, Colonial Reserve at Las Colinas and others.

The company said it will respond to emergency maintenance requests. It also asked residents to notify their management offices if they are quarantined so that the complex can take steps to protect residents and workers.