A rendering of how the proposed Miami-Dade courthouse tower would look next to its replacement in downtown Miami. The courthouse proposed by developer Russell Galbut is the tallest building to the right, and the existing courthouse, with a pointed roof, is in the center. Architect Kobi Karp created the design.
A rendering of how the proposed Miami-Dade courthouse tower would look next to its replacement in downtown Miami. The courthouse proposed by developer Russell Galbut is the tallest building to the right, and the existing courthouse, with a pointed roof, is in the center. Architect Kobi Karp created the design. Crescent Heights
A rendering of how the proposed Miami-Dade courthouse tower would look next to its replacement in downtown Miami. The courthouse proposed by developer Russell Galbut is the tallest building to the right, and the existing courthouse, with a pointed roof, is in the center. Architect Kobi Karp created the design. Crescent Heights

Developer offers Miami-Dade a $300 million courthouse. Rent: $1.8 billion over 99 years.

April 24, 2017 01:57 PM

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