Judge refuses to drop lawsuit against Aventura condo tower developer (FL)

A judge has refused to throw out a lawsuit filed by Aventura residents against a developer who wants to build two condo towers near their exclusive communities instead of sticking to the single-family homes he had planned.  Read the article……….


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