I would like to think it is an error not a misrepresentation. As Kaina explained, there are causes for these types of things. Additionally, computer feeds sometimes pick up dated info. If the listing agent is made aware, s/he can edit and make changes. The listing agent might not be aware.......assuming it is incorrect.
Hi Jason. Maintenance fees vary per unit by square footage. The attorney representing buyer will typically ask the sellers attorney to confirm the amount during attorney review.
If there is a big discrepancy between what was listed and what actual then the buyer may back out, or request a credit or price reduction.
With new buildings like 129 Harrison it's not uncommon for maintenance fees to change after a association is formed and all units have been sold from the developer. Sometimes developers structure maintenance fees to be low to entice buyers, but they can end up being too low to grow a savings account for the building.
I don't know what exactly is the situation with the building re maintenance fees but if you are seriously interested I would suggest you ask your attorney to confirm.
Hope that helps!