Edmonton condo developer faces $5.5M lawsuit

A condo corporation has filed a $5.5-million lawsuit against Westrich Pacific Corporation, alleging the developer failed to fix issues at its two-building development in southwest Edmonton.  Westrich completed construction on Windermere Waters in December 2012. The lawsuit alleges deficient design in the development’s roofing, balconies and parkade, among other issues itemized in documents filed with the court on July 18.   Read the article…………..


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