Carlson Law Files Case Against Parque Towers Developers
Carlson Law, P.A., along with co-counsel Barakat Law, P.A., has filed a lawsuit in Miami-Dade County, Florida, for several purchasers of condominium units in the Parque Towers development in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. The lawsuit alleges that the developer’s brochures misrepresented the size of the units and that the purchasers relied on that information when purchasing their units. Parque Towers is located at 300 Sunny Isles Boulevard and 330 Sunny Isles Boulevard.
According to the lawsuit, the brochure stated that 3-bedroom units are 2,500 sq. ft., when in reality they are only 1,892 sq. ft. The lawsuit further states that the brochure stated that 2-bedroom units are 1,860 sq. ft., but in reality are only 1,541 sq. ft.
The case seeks monetary damages under Florida Statute section 718.506. Under that statute, “any person who, in reasonable reliance upon any material statement or information that is false or misleading and published by…the developer in advertising and promotional materials, including…brochures…shall have a cause of action… against the developer for damages…”
Please feel free to contact Carlson Law, P.A. if you would like more information regarding the Parque Towers lawsuit.