Board Powers Are Immense, but Not Limitless

The Toren Condominium, designed by the estimable firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and featuring a striking “rhombus-shaped tower,” generated a lot of oohs and ahhs when it opened in downtown Brooklyn in 2010. The 38-story, 240-unit luxury tower also generated so many complaints about construction defects that the board sued the developer-sponsor, BFC Partners. In October 2015, BFC reached a confidential settlement with the condo board to fix the defects.    Read the article………….

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