Komo Covers 2200’s $26m Construction Defects

Over two years of work. 10 months of work per building. New balconies, windows and floors. $26 million dollars.

From ‘It hasn’t been a good situation at all here from the beginning’:

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  • lucky I did not buy

    Remember when the 2200 project was presented by Vulcan’s sales team as being their signature project with all of the quality and amenities of Seattle’s best condo? Sort of makes you wonder about the other places they have built. I feel very lucky to have not bought there. The owners will be lucky if the $26 million in fact makes the buildings whole. Good luck to the current owners.

  • kaywood

    Turner built Juhl Lofts in downtown Las Vegas and our floors are not level and our unit leaks.