Apeiron Scores Key Legal Victories

Apeiron Scores Key Legal Victories

This week, Apeiron at the Jockey Club received several favorable rulings from the judge handling the litigation that was brought against our proposed project by the boards of Jockey Club I and Jockey Club II last year. While litigation is certainly not the path that the Apeiron team would have chosen, the judge’s recent orders are nonetheless a positive development.

On Saturday, February 4, Circuit Court Judge John W. Thornton opined in Apeiron’s favor on a threshold item in the lawsuit, ruling that a 1977 agreement on which the two Jockey Club condominium boards have based much of their lawsuit does not apply to Apeiron. Yesterday, Judge Thornton issued another order that is favorable to Apeiron and relates to property easements.

For additional details on these legal developments, please read an article that recently appeared in the South Florida Business Journal.

You can also read the judge’s full orders below:


As always, Apeiron remains fully committed to building a first-rate project that will improve the Jockey Club community for ALL residents – both current and future.