Millennium Tower is still sinking, and those legal bills are still rising (CA)

As the Millennium Tower continues to sink, the legal costs continue to rise.  On Thursday, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority approved an additional $1.5 million in attorney fees to the firm of Jones Day to help fend off developer and homeowner claims that construction of the Transbay Transit Center next door contributed to the sinking and growing tilt of the 58-story residential downtown high-rise.  The added money brings Jones Day’s bill to $3.5 million since it was hired in December.     Read the article…………….

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