Monday, June 19, 2017

Developer, architect hit with $10 million construction defect verdict

The developer of a New Jersey condominium development and its architecture firm face a $10 million construction defect verdict in a case involving non-compliance with fire codes.

The Grandview I building on the Hudson River, developed by Hovnanian Enterprises’ subsidiary, K. Hovnanian and designed by RTKL New Jersey Architects, was alleged to have been built in a condition that was not compliant with fire codes. The plaintiff—the condominium association–alleges that the developer knew about the non-compliance and failed to disclose this fact with buyers.

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