Innlet condo association sues Dream Finders to stop construction (FL)

The Innlet at Ponte Vedra Condominium Association has filed a lawsuit against Dream Finders Homes, asking the court to force the developer to halt construction of a 21-home subdivision adjacent to the condos until the company abides by terms of a settlement agreement.  In its lawsuit, the condominium association charges that Dream Finders is refusing to abide by terms of a settlement agreement reached in 2016 to construct a brick wall 10 feet from the Innlet property line that would serve as a landscaping buffer and perpetual easement. The association wants the easement to visually negate the impact of the new development, which is known as The Palms at Old Ponte Vedra and situated on 10 acres of recently cleared land east of A1A and south of Corona Road.    Read the article………….

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