Waltermae Martin looks out her front door in Liberty Square on Northwest 63 Street. Martin has lived in the project since 1973. Miami-Dade County has a $74 million dollar plan to move tenants of Liberty Square out of Miami's most notorious public-housing project, and into new digs in order to bulldoze and redevelop the complex.
Waltermae Martin looks out her front door in Liberty Square on Northwest 63 Street. Martin has lived in the project since 1973. Miami-Dade County has a $74 million dollar plan to move tenants of Liberty Square out of Miami's most notorious public-housing project, and into new digs in order to bulldoze and redevelop the complex. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Waltermae Martin looks out her front door in Liberty Square on Northwest 63 Street. Martin has lived in the project since 1973. Miami-Dade County has a $74 million dollar plan to move tenants of Liberty Square out of Miami's most notorious public-housing project, and into new digs in order to bulldoze and redevelop the complex. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

Liberty Square housing project to be razed, redeveloped

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