Mastroianni’s Harbourside Place settles with Jupiter over code violations
Jupiter was previously seeking $300,000 in fines from the complex for holding events without permits
Nick Mastroianni’s Harbourside Place and Jupiter have reached a settlement of over 20 unpaid code violations.
Jupiter was previously seeking $300,000 in fines from the retail and entertainment complex for holding events without permits, but settled this week with Harbourside for just $40,800, according to the Palm Beach Post.
- Chinese Investors - limited partners of Harbourside Funding, LP, vs U.S. Immigration Fund, LLC & Florida Regional Center & Nicholas Mastroianni II
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