WASHINGTON (AP) For more than a decade, residents of a Wake County condominium tower have complained about mold and other problems with their place.
But a new report from the city of New York suggests it’s time to move on.
New York City says a $6.5 million maintenance fee is needed to keep the structure up to code.
New Yorkers who live in the condo tower say the problem is the building itself.
In a statement, Wake County said the new report was incomplete, citing a report from a different inspector that found no structural issues.
It said the county has spent more than $6 million on maintenance since 2012.
The building at 1 West 5th Street is the only tower in the county to receive a state inspection.
The inspector reported that no structural deficiencies exist.
New Jersey officials have ordered a new building inspection and an inspection of the existing tower.