how many bikes you have City?
All the developers know that bike owners will believe anything. Again was it in writing in the contract and did you bring it up as a deficiency before closing?
We ended up in a situation where we could not wait for the builder to complete the building and bought and moved elsewhere. Upon completion of The Wade, we paid for our unit and immediately put it up for sale and sold it in 2 days. There were a number of special features that we had asked for that were not provided, all deficiencies were noted in the deficiency report, all the deficiencies were accepted and none were contested by the builder, however most were additional cost elements (EV car charger and ceiling fans), but if I recall correctly, we also noted the bike situation. In any event, our Buyers were not interested in any of the items we had listed as lacking on the deficiency report, so instead of pushing for them, we simply dropped them as we would have needed to pay extra for them and the buyers saw no value in them. The builder was happy as they would have incurred a greater expense than what they would have received from us (as the agreement with the builder had been that we would split the cost of these additions 50/50) and our buyers were not impacted in any way whatsoever. Had we moved in, we would most assuredly have pushed to have all deficiencies remedied and had all the necessary background information either in writing or in recorded telephone conversations.