OliverMcMillan to pay Hawaii agency $1M to resolve condo glass issue

Hawaii regulators have reached a $1 million settlement with OliverMcMillan with regard to an existing “glass rule” for its Symphony Honolulu luxury condominium tower, allowing the San Diego-based developer to proceed with its project without making any changes to the project’s glass windows or walls.     Read the article………..


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