Homeowners outraged that Millennium developers, HOA won't share building's rescue strategy - San Francisco Business Times:
"A strategy proposed by the developer and HOA of San Francisco's sinking, tilting Millennium Tower to fix the building is coming under fire this week from homeowners, who are frustrated that the group refuses to detail its repair strategy...Last August, it was revealed that the 58-story Millennium Tower has sunk more than a foot and is leaning two inches, and now faces a rash of lawsuits from both regulators and angry homeowners worried about their investment in the $350 million building.
Thus far, the San Francisco City Attorney has sued the developer, while two Millennium Tower homeowners have filed a civil claim against both the city and their neighboring Transbay Joint Powers Authority, and a separate group of 20 homeowners has sued Millennium Partners, San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection, the City Attorney and the Transbay Joint Powers Authority for allegedly conspiring to withhold information about the building's structural issues."
The situation is in mediation. The association says they are bound by the mediation agreement not to talk about the repair plans. That would be consistent with normal procedures for any mediation. But big HOA disputes tend to spawn multiple claims by various people that can make settlement difficult.