Mosler Lofts Lawsuit Settled for $8.5M

mosler lofts Mosler Lofts Lawsuit Settled for $8.5M

Official word on the Mosler Lofts lawsuit settlement is that they settled for $8.5M. Nowhere near the $26M lawsuit at 2200.

The Mosler Lofts Home Owners Association is pleased to announce settlement of the recent litigation between the Mosler Lofts HOA and Belltown Development Partners, developer of Mosler Lofts condominium.

Through the diligent efforts of all parties involved, including the Mosler Lofts Board of Directors (both past and present) represented by Jesse D. Miller and Zachary McIsaac, our legal team from Ashbaugh Beal, and assisted by many experts and investigators, this suit has been brought to closure with a settlement of just under $8.5M.

The monies from the settlement will allow the Association to proceed with repairs, resolve construction defects, and deliver the quality building Mosler Lofts was intended to be.

Needless to say, owners at Mosler Lofts are happy with the results of this settlement and look forward to re-focusing on our great community; barbeques and refreshments on the roof top, and neighborly conversations about careers and leisure.

The community is strong. The beautifully designed LEED Silver-certified building still stops tourists and locals alike in their tracks. We will now enjoy a confidence in structure and balance sheet that will carry us happily into the foreseeable future.

Please contact moslerlofts@gmail.com for further inquires.

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