$1M in foundation repairs start on high-end condo building after lawsuit

More than $1 million in work to stabilize a multi-million dollar condominium project began this week, more than a year after a lawsuit alleging the building had extensive construction defects was dismissed.  In March 2014, 19 residents of the Boathouse Condominiums, 1111 N. Water St., in downtown Bay City filed a lawsuit against five defendants, including the Boathouse Condominiums Owner’s Association, claiming the revitalization project’s construction was defective and “failed in several respects,” according to court records      Read the article…………


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