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City Attorney Mike Feuer defends $20 million lawsuit against developer of Da Vinci Apartments




Firefighters douse flames at the remains of the DaVinci apartment complex after a fire destroyed the 1 million square foot site, in Los Angeles, California, December 8, 2014.
Firefighters douse flames at the remains of the DaVinci apartment complex after a fire destroyed the 1 million square foot site, in Los Angeles, California, December 8, 2014.
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The city of Los Angeles is suing the developer of the downtown apartment complex that burned in December 2014 while still under construction, alleging the company was negligent for not taking action to mitigate the massive fire.

L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer on Thursday announced his office had filed a lawsuit against GH Palmer Associates, owner of the Da Vinci Apartments along the 101 Freeway, claiming $20 million in damages to city property.

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Mike Feuer, Los Angeles City Attorney