May 22, 2024

Years After Surfside Collapse, Florida Condos Are In Crisis

by The Journal

Florida condominium buildings are undergoing inspections after the state set new requirements for how often the structures are put to the test. WSJ's Deborah Acosta explores how costs in one building have climbed to over $134,000. 

Further Reading:

- New Florida Law Roils Its Condo Market Three Years After Surfside Collapse 

- Florida Condo Owners Brace for New Inspection, Reserve Requirements 

Further Listening:

- Who's in Charge of Fixing Miami's Aging Condos? 

- The Mixed Signals from the Collapsed Condo's Past 

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