Condo owners vote to sell fire-destroyed Grandview property (NY)

Owners of condominium units at the fire-destroyed Grandview Palace complex in Loch Sheldrake voted unanimously at an annual meeting on Sunday to sell the property, and 96 percent of those voting approved pursuit of a sale while a court battle continues over $30 million in insurance proceeds.  “At this time, the Board of Managers will proceed with searching for a potential buyer for the property,” according to a notice posted at “GVP Justice,” a website set up by Grandview’s board.    Read the article…………


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