New condo protection comes too late for Eaton’s Lofts in Kitchener

The owners of the 32 condo units, converted from a former department store at King and Water streets in downtown Kitchener, became caught up in a messy, nine-year tangle of lawsuits and countersuits after developer Lorchrist Properties failed to finish the units in 2007. The owners were threatened with eviction because the units were deemed unsafe.   Read the article………..


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