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June 25, 2012 5:00 AM

Old Camillus House shelter is demolished as new $80 million campus opens near Miami’s Jackson hospital

As Camillus House’s 52-year-old shelter near downtown Miami was demolished, raising hopes for the redevelopment of the forlorn Park West district, residents have moved to a new $80-million facility.

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