Developer Wins in Row Over Atlantic City Retail Project by Gina Passarella


A federal jury in New Jersey awarded the developer of The Walk in Atlantic City $7.6 million after it found the architect on the project breached a contract by providing allegedly faulty designs that delayed the project's completion.

The jury in Atlantic City Associates v. Carter & Burgess Consultants found that architecture firm Carter & Burgess Consultants failed to provide an accepted standard of care in developing the plans, which developer Atlantic City Associates argued caused more than a year of delay in the completion of the multi-unit retail project near the casinos of Atlantic City. Carter & Burgess was hired to design plans for the retail project and the relocation of a bus terminal that was displaced because of the project.

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