Two Harlem condo boards are suing L&M Development (NY)

Two Harlem condominium boards are suing L&M Development Partners over defects and damage in their buildings, court records show. The suits are part of a larger pattern of litigation that typically crests around six years after co-ops or condos are built.  In 2012 L&M completed the conversion of a turn-of-the-century school at 220 W. 148th St. into a mixed-income condo building with 75 units. During the summer, the board alleged that the roof and portions of the façade leak and have sustained damage, requiring parts of the building to be enveloped in scaffolding. It is seeking $6 million for repairs.    Read the article……………..

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