Carolina Surf repairs could top $1 million (NC)

Two months after being condemned, Carolina Surf Condos remain vacant as the homeowners association works to map out repairs that could cost in excess of $1 million.  In late June, the building’s 28 occupied units were evacuated after a contractor inspection found several columns to be significantly corroded and the integrity of the building compromised. According to the contractor’s report at the time, the southeast corner of the building was completely compromised and one column in particular was corroded to nearly half its size.     Read the article……………..


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