On October 6, 2022, the United States filed a complaint and a proposed consent order in United States v. Concord Court at Creative Village Partners, LTD, et al. (M.D. Fla.). The complaint alleges that the defendants, Concord Court at Creative Village Partners LTD., Concord Management LTD., related entities and a property manager, discriminated against families with children in violation of the Fair Housing Act by refusing to issue building access devices to minor residents, prohibiting children from common areas and amenities unless supervised by adults, and misrepresenting the availability of units to families with children at an apartment complex in Orlando, Florida. The proposed consent order, which still must be approved by the court, requires the defendants to pay $260,000 to residents who were harmed by their practices and a civil penalty to the United States. The settlement also requires the defendants to implement nondiscrimination policies and provide fair housing training to employees with management or leasing responsibilities at all the properties they own or operate in Florida. The case was referred to the Division after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) received several complaints, conducted an investigation, and issued multiple charges of discrimination.