Whatever happened to … Westminster-Canterbury’s Virginia Beach condo-buying court battle

The “hostile takeover” described in the lawsuit didn’t involve Wall Street or a feuding country, but rather the towering retirement home next door.  In the shadow of Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay are 30 condos with uninterrupted bay views. Over the years, Westminster-Canterbury has bought 22 of the condos, renting them to older clients who could live more independently, paying up to $437,300 and $3,725 a month as of 2010.   Read the article……………..


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