Union Green developer liquidated owing $17m

Union Green developer liquidated owing $17m
Towering troubles, the now occupied Union Green. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
A ruling by the building disputes tribunal has plunged the original developer of Union Green apartments, West Village Capital Partners, into liquidation owing more than $17 million.The first report into West Village by liquidator Grant Reynolds of Reynold and Associates said the development firm went into liquidation on Sept 14 with claims of more than $17m against it.The biggest chunk of this is supplier claims of $12.56m, most of which was adjudicated in favour of Dominion Constructors. Dominion, which also built the upmarket The Interna...

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