WASHINGTON - Investors who bought $55.5 million of bonds to help construct the Glebe, an upscale continuing-care retirement community near Roanoke, Va., face major uncertainties with their investments after the facility defaulted on a $15 million bond payment in July because its revenues came in lower than anticipated.

Adding to the uncertainty is a looming Virginia Supreme Court decision could add hundreds of thousands of back taxes to the facility's tab.

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