‘Rotting from the inside:’ Fast-growing Philly developer accused of defective building
Source: https://whyy.org, January 31, 2020
By: Meir Rinde
Megan Murray felt happy when she bought her condo in Kensington. She loved the walkable, up-and-coming neighborhood and was proud she could afford a $320,000 new construction home with high-end finishes.
She wasn’t too worried, at first, that the neighbor in the condo next door said there had been flooding in her building before she moved in. Or that puddles somehow kept appearing in her basement-level living room and bedrooms when it rained. She figured that her warranty from Streamline, the company that had sold her the condo, would cover any repairs. Read more.