Grove Isle (FL) developers settle lawsuit after six years

After six years, the developers of Grove Isle have agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by its condo owners.  In 2009, Coconut Grove’s Grove Isle condo association sued the development company and related entities over annual club dues, and alleged that unit owners were unfairly assessed for common area maintenance, including to maintain the bridge between the Grove Isle Hotel & Spa and residential areas, as well as security and other upkeep for facilities.   Read the article…………..


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