Condo owners in St. Pete’s troubled Signature Place will get a tax break, but buyers have dried up

The not-so-good-news: Sales in Tampa Bay’s tallest condo building have all but dried up since news broke in August that owners face a $8.7 million bill to repair what experts have called “major construction defects.”   Read the article…………


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