Billed as a family-friendly apartment complex, the 36-storey Opal Tower in the geographic heart of Sydney was described by its developers as "brilliant from every aspect".
But the A$165 million (S$161 million project on the site used for the Sydney Olympics in 2000 has since been described by some disappointed flat owners as a "lemon".
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