Poor Mosler – $6.7 MILLION Lien

James reports on Mosler’s biggest lien yet. While there have been smaller liens in the past that didn’t prevent title transfer a lien of this size will grind sales to halt. Add this to the security problems, the penthouse vandalism, broken promises from The Schuster Group, the flooding and the list goes on I’m sure many owners are none to pleased.

The Schuster Group is going to be hard pressed to find many Mosler owners endorsing their work when it comes time for Schuster to sell their next Belltown condo project at Elliot and Cedar…

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  • jo

    This thread will not end pretty

  • jo

    This thread will not end pretty

  • jcricket

    Dude – that totally sucks. Not just the flippers get hurt by this.

  • jcricket

    Dude – that totally sucks. Not just the flippers get hurt by this.

  • Foster

    I’m with jo

  • Foster

    I’m with jo

  • EconE

    That does suck.

  • EconE

    That does suck.

  • swimmrboy

    I’m an owner at Mosler caught in the middle between JE Dunn (contractor) & The Schuster Group(developer) with no clue as to who is at fault. All we know as owners is that the two parties are in a disagreement over contractual obligations, in the meantime, subcontractors are not getting paid by JE Dunn and we the owners get nasty notes from lawyers. FYI JE Dunn is embroiled in a similar dispute in the midwest! To anyone thinking about purchasing a JE Dunn product (ie Escala) think twice..ditto for a future Schuster group product

  • swimmrboy

    I’m an owner at Mosler caught in the middle between JE Dunn (contractor) & The Schuster Group(developer) with no clue as to who is at fault. All we know as owners is that the two parties are in a disagreement over contractual obligations, in the meantime, subcontractors are not getting paid by JE Dunn and we the owners get nasty notes from lawyers. FYI JE Dunn is embroiled in a similar dispute in the midwest! To anyone thinking about purchasing a JE Dunn product (ie Escala) think twice..ditto for a future Schuster group product