BrickellHouse’s condo association runs into another snag in robotic garage predicament (FL)
The parking woes at Harvey Hernandez’s BrickellHouse project are about to get worse, according to an attorney representing the building’s unit owners. “The condo association has been left with this mess,” lawyer Helio de la Torre told The Real Deal. “We have to clean up this mess.” On Aug. 23, de la Torre’s client, BrickellHouse Condominium Association, filed an amended lawsuit against Hernandez, his company BrickellHouse Holding LLC and Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company, seeking additional damages for the possibility that some condo owners may be left without a parking space if the building’s troublesome robotic parking garage is replaced with a new system. Read the article………….
Q. An owner in our condominium requests the board to grant this owner permission to install an electric vehicle charging
The row of ribbons first appeared in the neighborhood’s common area several days ago after the police massacre in Dallas.
The problem dates back to 1997 when developer W.L. Summers and Associates bought the 1960s-era Castaways Motel and sold units