Surfside, Florida – Everyone who lives at the Regent Palace doesn’t need to be forced out, they’re leaving or they’ve already left, voluntarily.
The Town of Surfside’s building department sent the Regent Palace condominium association a letter saying “Place shoring around all damaged columns, do not wait for building permits to do so, it is imperative that you act immediately without delay.”
The head building official for the Town of Surfside told me what they’re doing at Regent Palace is exactly what every condominium should be doing, and that is, being proactive.
“You know, if you see something that worries you in a building you ought to say something,” Kilsheimer said.
Dokondke said it’s likely the property will be sold to a developer who will demolish Regent Palace and build something new in its place.