Class Action At 1521?
Ashley has a curious post, Just in! Press Release from Buyers of 1521 Floorplan â€œAâ€:
However, despite Opusâ€™ representations about the grand scale and spaciousness of the condos, a number of buyers for â€œAâ€ unit at the building â€” which was represented to be the best unit carried a matching pricetag â€” have discovered on their initial walk-throughs that they were hood-winked into reserving the â€œugly stepsisterâ€ unit of the entire project. Instead of the 8â€² foot entry door, open floorplan, and high ceilings they were promised, the buyers of unit A have discovered that the long, narrow entry to the unit is more befitting of an underground bunker than the â€œspacious livingâ€ they were promised (and paid for). As a consequence, several buyers of unit A have retained Dan Donlan of the law firm of Lane Powell to represent them against the developer.
Here’s the floor plan in question:
The attorney in question is Dan Donlan at Lane Powell:
Dan is an experienced litigator who focuses his active practice on complex commercial disputes and advising clients. Dan represents clients in multi-state disputes involving intellectual property, class actions, securities litigation, director and officer liability, regulatory investigations and internet law. In addition to handling general commercial disputes, Dan has litigated over 70 intellectual property cases over the last five years.
When I first read the post I thought it was some strange April Fool’s joke. But perhaps not. If you know more or can forward the full press release please do.