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In 2004, 515 Granby, LLC proposed a $180.5 million condo development. With 34 stories and 327 units, Granby Towers would be the tallest building in Norfolk and would revitalize the northern part of the city. The following year, the federal government threatened to condemn the property, causing just enough of a delay for the ebbing economic tide to overtake the Granby Tower project and thwart 515 Granby’s ability to secure financing.

As noted earlier today, we had the opportunity to post on the Construction Law Musings blog today as a guest blogger.  The post discusses litigation involving the failed Granby Tower project in Norfolk, Virginia - Norfolk inhabitants will likely know this project as the excavated hole in the ground downtown filling with water for the last couple years.