$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…………


Related Articles

Crazy Bel Air (CA) Neighborhood Group in Crazy Leadership Crisis

Oh no, Los Angeles’s most entertaining homeowners association seems like it might be getting its shit together. But at least

Menorah-lighting ceremony back on after disagreement with PSL Tradition community (FL)

A large private homeowner’s association changed its holiday Hanukah menorah-lighting cancellation.  Now Tradition property managers will allow a menorah lighting

For years, Craig Stephen Hicks was frustrated about parking at Finley Forest

For years, Craig Stephen Hicks had been ranting about parking troubles in the wooded condo community he shared with his