A Miami-Dade jury has awarded $40 million in damages to BrickellHouse Condominium Association Inc. over developer BrickellHouse Holding LLC’s handling of failed robotic parking technology at BrickellHouse Tower.

Residents at 1300 Brickell Bay Dr. had expected their 374-unit building to include a multimillion-dollar elevator that moved cars to parking spots within minutes. But when the automated garage system malfunctioned after opening in 2014, residents had to find somewhere else to park and the association lawyered up.

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