Mosler Lofts Settlement Exceeded Expectations

No word yet on the specifics of the Mosler Lofts lawsuit settlement, but at least one homeowner is happy:

We were asked by the HOA to hold off a bit until the ink has a chance to get “on paper” and dry, but…as an owner and representative of a lot of buyers/sellers at Mosler, I can say that I’m quite pleased with the work that Mr. Schuster did to bring this to conclusion in a way that benefitted the homeowners in his building. The settlement exceeded my expectations.

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  • Interested party

    shuster… sheister?

  • onehoonose

    Hey- he made good. I’m an owner at Mosler and I applaud Mark for his efforts that led to a beneficial conclusion for all. It’s tough when you build a record breaking condo tower and then have to give it away as the market falls, then find your contractors didn’t do what they were supposed to, and you still fight on and do right by your customers. i applaud him for sticking with it and making good. Good job Mark!

  • MMS

    $8.3M settlement and extended warranty, 20 years. All items will be repaired and our reserves replenished, plus some extra cash for reserves. Attorneys win as always.