Auburn high-rise apartment tower raises major defect flaw concerns | 7NEWS

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Serious defects continue to damage the reputation and value of many Sydney apartment towers.

Buildings worth more than half a billion dollars are still carrying major flaws with the State’s Building Commissioner branding one tower in Auburn as the worst he has ever inspected.

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