Traçage condos rebrand, eye construction as legal woes end (LA)

After more than 10 years of delays and over a half dozen lawsuits from neighbors, a Warehouse District high-rise condo complex is moving forward with a new name and fewer developers.  Spectrum Capital, the financial arm of the former Tracage Luxury Living, said Wednesday that its legal matters have been resolved, paving the way for construction to begin later this year on the project that has been rebranded Eleven Hundred Annunciation.     Read the article…………..


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