Court rules in favor of developer in Ridgefield property fight (WA)

A developer seeking to build on a lot located on the edge of the city of Ridgefield scored a victory in court Friday, but the legal drama surrounding the subdivision that’s ensnared property owners won’t end until February.  Earlier this year, the Helen’s View Homeowner’s Association filed a lawsuit against the Holt Opportunity Fund. The lawsuit states that Holt is seeking to build housing on a vacant stretch of land in the subdivision at a higher density than what’s allowed by the covenants, conditions and restrictions the homeowner’s association amended for the subdivision in 2008. The CCRs restrict lot sizes to 31,798 square feet. However, Holt had entered into a conflicting annexation agreement with the city of Ridgefield that included a density requirement of six residential units per acre.    Read the article………….


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