Fiercely Fought Condo Fight Postponed Until Next Spring

Homeowners who have fiercely fought against developers building a two-tower condominium project on a private island in Aventura must now wait until April to have their case heard in court.  Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jerald Bagley agreed to delay a trial that was scheduled to begin this week, noting there were overlapping factual issues among claims filed against the developer and the city of Aventura.    Read the article…………..


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