Challenge To Fla. Island Development Rights Ruled Too Late

Law360, Miami (June 22, 2017, 9:54 PM EDT) -- As construction on the luxurious Prive Island Estates condominiums nears completion just north of Miami, its developer has won a key ruling in Florida state court that neighboring homeowners acted too late to challenge his building rights, but the homeowners say the fight is far from over.

Gary Cohen and his Two Islands Development Corp., who are developing the project on an eight-acre island on the Intercoastal Waterway in the city of Aventura, have been embroiled for years in litigation with property owners on two islands just to the south — Island Estates, which Cohen also developed but with exclusively single-family...

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