More than half of the owners at a Long Island City condo conversion known as Arris Lofts are suing developer Andalex Group and other associated parties. They are seeking $20 million in damages for alleged negligence, and professional malpractice, which includes misappropriated funds, breaches of warranty and other things.
Arris Lofts, the former Eagle Electric Building, is located in what used to be a gritty industrial Queens neighborhood. The attorney representing the 120 apartment owners involved in the lawsuit, Steven Sladkus of Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz, said he is finalizing a formal complaint outlining all the allegations and the defendants will be served in the coming weeks.
Calls to Andalex Group and their attorney, James Hausman of Meister Seelig & Fein, were not returned.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
More satisfied LIC condo customers
Posted by Queens Crapper at 1:31 AM
Labels: lawsuit, LIC, luxury condos
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What? They aren't enjoying their complementarity hookers?
this site in 1970 housed the PETER MALLON PRINTING CO.on the top floors.
the ground floor was the BICKFORDS COMMISSARY,supplying all the restaurants in the chain in the five boroughs.
there main breakfast was eggs on a toasted muffin,with hash brown potatoes and i think apple sauce. they served only LA TORRAINE coffee,the best. the AUTOMAT used the same coffee.
the muffin baking machine was the length of the long building.it was dismantled and sold to a Japanese company in Seattle,Wa.
the flower was added at the front and baked muffins would exit at the rear.
my stepfather took my small children there during the closing days.he drove them around the ground floor on a fork lift. they never forgot.
the Bickford (also BICKS) eventually had to close because of the 24/7 hours,they could not get rid of the bums.
the Bickford pies were baked on the site. the best ,yum,yum,
"Used to be a gritty neighborhood"? What do they mean, used to be?
Arris is a good building. Like all new construction, there are some problems. Buy new = problems. Despite that, the place is amazing!
"Arris is a good building. Like all new construction, there are some problems. Buy new = problems. Despite that, the place is amazing!"
- obviously worked for Douglas Ellman before he got LAID OFF.
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