Exclusive: Ongoing leak leaves Highbridge residents furious and frustrated

A Highbridge resident says she's been watching a leak in her apartment grow bigger and bigger, and it seems this isn't just happening to one tenant.

Valerie Ryan

Feb 22, 2024, 1:19 PM

Updated 60 days ago

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A Highbridge resident says she's been watching a leak in her apartment grow bigger and bigger, and it seems this isn't just happening to one tenant.
News 12's Valerie Ryan takes an exclusive inside look at the leak taking over some tenants' everyday lives.
Wavecrest Management released a statement to News saying:

When notified of the water tank leaks at 1131 Odgen Ave, we immediately began contacting licensed plumbers and water tank experts to determine the issue, evaluate the damage, and fix the problem, which requires the tanks to be drained. Both water tanks are scheduled to be drained, one by one, tomorrow (Thursday, 2/22) starting at 9:00am. Once the tanks are drained, we will work with all necessary contractors to conduct the repairs as quickly as possible, including the water damage in impacted apartments. We've maintained regular communication with residents throughout this process and will provide a building-wide update tomorrow on when the issue is expected to be resolved.



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