Revisiting Condominium Design and Construction Risks: Applying Lessons Learned to a Rekindled Market

Condominium work for developers, contractors and architects is reappearing after being scarce for several years, as leasing becomes less attractive to a maturing class of residential market participants. Condo projects can be attractive work, but are also high-risk. To a large extent, risk has increased as contractual protections have decreased   Read the article………….


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