Overtown Gateway Partners planned to build apartment units, a hotel and retail shops on this Northwest Second Avenue parking lot. But the developer walked away from a deal last month.
Overtown Gateway Partners planned to build apartment units, a hotel and retail shops on this Northwest Second Avenue parking lot. But the developer walked away from a deal last month. David Smiley Miami Herald
Overtown Gateway Partners planned to build apartment units, a hotel and retail shops on this Northwest Second Avenue parking lot. But the developer walked away from a deal last month. David Smiley Miami Herald

Developer Don Peebles walks away from Overtown project

July 25, 2016 08:55 PM

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