Mold, Leaks, and Structural Problems Plague Homes in Disney-Built Town of Celebration, Florida

It doesn’t look like there’s much to celebrate, in Celebration, Florida.  The Walt Disney Co.–built town, which opened in 1996 and sits in an 11-square-mile enclave near the Magic Kingdom, was designed to be a modern-day suburban Utopia. But a new report in The Wall Street Journal paints a picture far less colorful.  Condominium owners there tell the paper that 20 years after its opening, their properties in Celebration are plagued with problems, including leaky roofs, moldy walls, and balconies that have separated from the sides of their buildings.    Read the article………..


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