PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – A September date has been set for a settlement conference in a lawsuit filed by a Massachusetts commercial real estate firm against the city’s iconic ‘Superman’ building.
The building’s owner is accusing Bank of America of leaving behind office furniture and debris when the bank’s employees left the building for other offices.
The owners, who plan to convert the skyscraper into apartments, shops, and restaurants, claim the cleanup would cost $23 million. They still need to secure financing for the project.
According to the Providence Journal, the bank agreed to pay $350,000 for furniture removal.