Carlyle Hotel condo association owes general contractor $1.2M, lawsuit alleges (FL)

A straightforward job to replace the windows and doors of an Art Deco hotel on Ocean Drive turned into a major project to fix structural damage to the building. And now the company that fixed the Carlyle at 1250 Ocean Drive is alleging the owners haven’t paid for the repairs.  According to a lawsuit filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court last month, Boynton Beach-based Properties of Elegant Distinction accuses the Carlyle Deco Hotel Condominium Association of breaching its contract by skipping out on a $1.2 million bill. Representatives for the general contractor and the condo association could not be reached for comment.   Read the article……………


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