Might it be that the recent incidents in Florida actually uncover that the buildings there have a pretty loose, dodgy construction?
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And if that’s the case, who will be responsible for allowing such structures to be built? At this very moment, another building has evacuated about 300 residents, due to the building being structurally unsafe!
What’s going on?!
And it was mentioned that many buildings in Miami suffered immense damage after the Irma Hurricane, but, apparently, no one seemed to care enough to fix that!
The city said the association submitted a recertification report, dated earlier this year, where an engineer detailed issues. After Miami Dade ordered audit, inspector cited condo and followed up today.
The Red Cross is assisting residents.
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NBC Miami has more specific details on the case.
“The city of North Miami Beach ordered the 156-unit Crestview Towers Condominium, located at 2025 NE 164th St., to be closed immediately and the evacuation of its more than 300 residents.
Officials did not immediately release details about the structural problems that prompted the evacuation, but the building had reported millions of dollars in damage from 2017’s Hurricane Irma.
“In an abundance of caution, the City ordered the building closed immediately and the residents evacuated for their protection, while a full structural assessment is conducted and next steps are determined,” North Miami Beach City Manager Arthur H. Sorey III said in a news release. “Nothing is more important than the safety and lives of our residents, and we will not rest until we ensure this building is 100% safe.”
The city has set up a hotline for residents to call with more information at 786-589-4056. The hotline will operate from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily until further notice.”