Six years after its developer defaulted on a $28 million construction loan, the River Dance Condominiums are fully occupied and are seeing units gaining value. The building and its associations won "community of the year" honors last week from a statewide organizatin that evaluates condo develpments and homeowners associations. MATT M. JOHNSON/Bradenton Herald
Six years after its developer defaulted on a $28 million construction loan, the River Dance Condominiums are fully occupied and are seeing units gaining value. The building and its associations won "community of the year" honors last week from a statewide organizatin that evaluates condo develpments and homeowners associations. MATT M. JOHNSON/Bradenton Herald
Six years after its developer defaulted on a $28 million construction loan, the River Dance Condominiums are fully occupied and are seeing units gaining value. The building and its associations won "community of the year" honors last week from a statewide organizatin that evaluates condo develpments and homeowners associations. MATT M. JOHNSON/Bradenton Herald

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