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This is Why FL Building was Destroyed?
« on: July 06, 2021, 09:50:00 AM »
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  • Time will tell if the building disaster in Surfside Florida was a demolition job or if it really collapsed due to structural failure. One thing is a certain right now, and it was indirectly stated by a structural engineer and slipped through the cracks of the control propaganda ministry known as the mass media:

    from : https://www.engineering.com/story/the-champlain-tower-collapse-in-florida-what-do-we-know

    "The collapse is compared to a planned demolition, one engineer saying “You could not get it to pancake like that if you tried to demolish it.”


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    NOW, comes this in the news, something that did not occur to me till now as reason why it was demolished. As the readers of CI know, Blackrock has been buying homes all over the USA. These waterfront condos are prime properties, if they can scare the owners to sell, they can be picked up cheap and after a few years sold as if nothing ever happened.

    from: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/realestate/should-we-sell-after-collapse-hot-florida-market-faces-uncertainty/ar-AALPebw?ocid=msedgntp

    ‘Should We Sell?’ After Collapse, Hot Florida Market Faces Uncertainty.
    July 6, 2021

    SURFSIDE, Fla. — Ines Mason bought the 14th-floor condo, perched on an island in Biscayne Bay, five years ago as a getaway, lured by the captivating view of the water. “In the morning, the sun rises, you can see that,” she said. “It’s amazing.”
    But after seeing another high rise similar to her own collapse nearly two weeks ago in the nearby city of Surfside, suddenly her Florida escape turned into a source of anxiety. She became concerned about the structural integrity of her building, which is about 30 years old. She also worried about the financial return on her investment; her family had recently been contemplating putting the condo on the market and buying a townhouse.
    “Should we sell it?” said Ms. Mason, a project manager who lives in Northern Virginia and travels to South Florida several times a year. “Should we not sell it? What should we do? We’re kind of just holding on tight and waiting to see.”

    The partial collapse on June 24 of Champlain Towers South in Surfside has touched off a mass of uncertainty for older beachside condos and high-rise buildings in the area. Local government officials and condo associations are rushing inspections, some of them long overdue. Insurance companies are demanding proof that aging buildings have been evaluated or are threatening to cut off coverage.
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