In addition to foreclosure proceedings, the Palm Beach Mall nearly lost its electricity and water service because of unpaid bills, West Palm Beach officials said. The mall, owned by Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group, allegedly failed to make payments on millions of dollars in loans due to J.P. Morgan Chase Bank and faces a $55.4 million foreclosure suit. The 42-year old property racked up tens of thousands of dollars in water and electricity bills.
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