Judge Rules Against Beach Condo Board That Balked

A rundown beachfront property waiting for redevelopment may soon turn from eyesore to tourist destination in one of Miami Beach’s most happening areas.  Nestled between Collins Avenue and the Miami Beach Boardwalk, the All Seasons Condominium has dangled between a prospective buyer, who put a $7.3 million offer on the table in 2010, and a condominium association that blocked the nearly completed deal a year later.     Read the article……….. (Subscription required – free for 5 articles)


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