LIC condo board claims developer owes $79K in common charges on unsold units

The entity that developed the Long Island City condominium building at 27-16 41st Avenue owes $78,703 in unpaid common charges and additional fees on five unsold condo units and three parking spaces, according to a lien of common charges filed by the condo board yesterday.
The condo was developed by sponsors including Xiaodong Zhao, Keung Kwong Mok and others, and had a total sellout price of $13.95 million. The project was submitted in 2006 and was declared effective in 2007.
The units are 7D, 7A, 6D, 6A and 4D and three parking spaces. The highest lien was for apartment 7A, totaling $14,393. The liens started to accrue in late 2018, the filings show.

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