The building permits service animals in the building in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and pursuant to the terms of the lease. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as Service Animals under the ADA guidelines and are not allowed.
Tenants should check their lease for additional requirements.
The following documentation is required by Building Management whenever a tenant employee requests to bring a service dog into the building on a routine basis, and prior to entry being granted:
- A signed letter on company letterhead from the tenant of the building that employs Employee (“Tenant Employer”), affirming Employee is authorized to bring the dog into the building as a service animal. Building Management will require a dog policy acknowledgement from the Tenant and a completed dog registration form from the tenant employee.
- A copy of the current dog license issued by the city they live in. This ensures the dog is current on their rabies and other vaccinations.
- A current photograph of the service dog.
All service dogs must be taken out of the building to relieve themselves. The tenant employer is responsible for any damage caused by the service dog’s actions. Tenant employees whose service dogs have been granted access are responsible for ADA compliance, controlling their service animal in a safe manner and if not compliant may be excluded. Building Management, its staff and affiliates assume no responsibility for the care, welfare or safety of any service animal under any circumstance.