A $21 million lawsuit over alleged construction defects at a high-end condominium developed by Terra in Miami’s Coconut Grove has settled for a confidential amount after two years of litigation.
The 22-story, 99-unit twin tower Grove at Grand Bay condominium was completed in 2016 to much fanfare, in part over its twisting design and floor-to-ceiling glass offering expansive views of Biscayne Bay. It’s at 2669 and 2675 S. Bayshore Drive.
Grove at Grand Bay Condominium Association Inc. alleged construction defects, including violations of the Florida Building Code, in its suit. The defendants included Terra Grove Communities LLC, an affiliate of developer Terra, the now defunct general contractor Facchina Construction of Florida LLC, the two architecture groups and a slew of subcontractors that worked on everything from the pool to the fire protection system.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge William Thomas on Dec. 13 issued an order of dismissal with prejudice, adding the court only retains jurisdiction to enforce terms of the settlement.
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