Residents of Miami’s Quantum on the Bay condominiums claim the developer left them holding the bag—several giant sandbags they’re forced to use to quell flooding at the luxury towers.

Developer Terra Group did a shoddy job on the 698-condo development, cutting corners and leaving behind hundreds of defects from jammed doorknobs to stucco crumbling from a tower and landing on the pool deck, residents charged in a lawsuit.

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