The condominium association at Downtown Miami luxury high-rise the Ivy filed a lawsuit against the building’s general contractor and developer on Thursday, Law 360 reported.
The board claims that Miami River, an affiliated entity of Miami-based developer Key International, and contractor Moss & Associates delivered condos with a number of construction deficiencies that violate building codes. The board is seeking $85,784 in damages, interest and attorneys’ fees from the defendants.
The developer breached implied warranties by “designing, constructing, completing and delivering the Ivy to the association with defects and deficiencies,” caused by faulty workmanship, the complaint alleges.
Designed by Luis Revuelta of RVL Architects and Design PA, the Ivy is located at 90 Southwest 3rd Street and features 504 residential units and seven commercial spaces. The 45-story tower opened its doors in 2008.
The defendants did not respond to requests for comment from Law360. [Law 360] –Evan Bleier