Miami Developer Prevails In Condo Owners' Challenge

Law360, New York (July 11, 2017, 6:40 PM EDT) -- Construction of 240 residential apartments and 90 hotel rooms on 14 acres at the Miami-area Jockey Club condominium complex was given the go-ahead by a Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge who found that the development could proceed despite opposition from existing residents who argued the development breached easement agreements.

Circuit Court Judge John Thornton, ruling on July 5, amended an earlier order in which he gave Aperion Miami LLC permission to develop the 14 acres it owns. In the amended order, the court found that a 1995 agreement on easements could not be used by the condo owners to block the development....

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