The entrance to Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, which will close after the academic year ends in 2017 because of declining enrollment and changing demographics. Nearby Little Haiti is teeming with builders seeking to get in on the ground floor of Miami's next big thing. One firm wants to turn 22 acres directly to the north of Curley into a mixed-use urban center with towers as high as 28 stories.
The entrance to Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, which will close after the academic year ends in 2017 because of declining enrollment and changing demographics. Nearby Little Haiti is teeming with builders seeking to get in on the ground floor of Miami's next big thing. One firm wants to turn 22 acres directly to the north of Curley into a mixed-use urban center with towers as high as 28 stories. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com
The entrance to Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, which will close after the academic year ends in 2017 because of declining enrollment and changing demographics. Nearby Little Haiti is teeming with builders seeking to get in on the ground floor of Miami's next big thing. One firm wants to turn 22 acres directly to the north of Curley into a mixed-use urban center with towers as high as 28 stories. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com

Near booming Little Haiti, a beloved but doomed Catholic high school could be sold

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