Condominium Association ManagementViolations against property they manage

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Draper and Kramer, a Big Complaint Against.

Draper and Kramer manage Harbor Point Condominium, and there are several citations from each of the City of Chicago departments (listed below) against Harbor Point Condominium, spanning several years. Draper and Kramer allowed these violations.

Several violations and citations from each of the City of Chicago departments listed below against Harbor Point Condominium, located at 155 N Harbor Drive, Chicago, 60601.

Draper and Kramer, (aka Draper & Kramer, DK Condo) manages Harbor Point Condominium. (For the whole story, complete with pics: )

-the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), 333 S. State Street, Room 200, Chicago, IL 60604, Ph: 312.747.9884
-the Chicago Department of Environment, 30 N. LaSalle St., Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60602, Ph: 312.744.7606
-the Chicago Fire Department, District 1 Headquarters, 55 West Illinois Street, Chicago, IL [protected], Ph: 312.744.5742

Citations ranging from blocked fire escape doors to inadequate filtration systems for car exhaust fumes emanating from the parking garage.

Dangerous public health and safety citations written for violations in the Health Club Locker Room. Most notably, baseball sized dust balls in the sauna. The entire floor underneath the wooden slats in the sauna was covered with baseball sized dust balls of hair and filth.

For a complete list of the citations written for all the violations, contact the departments listed above. The information is open and available to the public.


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    re Harbor Point Condo Jan 11, 2012
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    A better link to a Big Complaint against Draper and Kramer : . Craigslist links expire after 7 days.

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