Walled In

A new tower 53 feet away just sucks

There are a few reasons for this.

Lewis lives alone, and he needs only one parking spot, so he's not among those who have been waiting two years for their second spot (which, Tarragon claims, the new building will provide). The additional spots are just one of the amenities that were not delivered as promised, tenants have complained. The pool, library, bistro, mailboxes, health club, elevators, and hallways took months longer than estimated.

Worst of all, the condos are 490 square feet smaller than initially advertised, triggering a still-pending lawsuit in 2006 against the developers. John Furqueron, a resident on the 35th floor who does computer technology work, is part of the class-action suit.

"I knew something like this was going to happen," he said. "That's why I bought higher."

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