A Sag Harbor CondoWar update for this Monday afternoon. 21 West Water Street and its 'complicated' rooftop pool have had $1.7 million worth of liens filed against them just days after work was stopped due to expired building permits. When it rains it pours. The liens from local contractors represent unpaid work and materials. Behind the mess is East End Development, an LLC from the same duo behind the $30 million Ferry Road condo suit, which has yet to pay the $45,000 permit renewal fee to get things moving at the waterfront site. The condos, which Elliman is selling for $1.6 million to $4.5 million, have yet to move, with five offers in negotiation but no contracts signed. Once again, the always optimistic project manager Mark D'Andrea tells the Express that everything is swell, likening the situation to baked goods. "A building of this quality and intricacy, you can’t rush it. It’s like a 12-tier wedding cake. You can’t run down the street with it on your head." Words to live by.
· Water Street Condo Project Faces $1.7M in Liens... [SH Express]
· On the Waterfront: Expired Permits Stop Work at 21 Water [CH]