Residents at the Pasquale at Waterfront Place are getting new windows on life – literally.
Ellicott Development Co. is replacing most of the windows in the complex because of “a condensation issue related to the makeup of the window,” CEO William Paladino confirmed Tuesday. He explained that “the model that we bought was not as we anticipated it to be” and the building’s location on the water added an extra complication to the windows’ performance.
Work has already begun, and is expected to take about four months. The developer is using the same glass installers for the replacement as it used for the original construction project. Paladino would not say how much the work would cost, but “it’s a lot of windows” and “it’s not going to be cheap.”
“Hopefully, it’ll get done expeditiously and at the end of the day, everyone will be satisfied with the end result,” he said.