Queen’s Park slow to deal with condo management issues

Much to the chagrin of its residents, Minto Plaza has become a poster child for the challenges facing Toronto’s burgeoning condo industry.  For the second time in six years, the upscale 434-unit building at 38 Elm St., near Bay and Gerrard, is embroiled in a legal battle with its property manager over allegations of thousands of dollars in unauthorized expenses.    Read the article…………


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