The trolley garage in Coconut Grove, 3320 Douglas Road, which has sat vacant for three years after the county and cities of Miami and Coral Gables were found to have violated federal civil rights law for not sufficiently notifying the neighborhood about the project. Henry Torres, a developer, said he has sold the property to a private buyer. He rebuffed the city of Miami’s offer.
The trolley garage in Coconut Grove, 3320 Douglas Road, which has sat vacant for three years after the county and cities of Miami and Coral Gables were found to have violated federal civil rights law for not sufficiently notifying the neighborhood about the project. Henry Torres, a developer, said he has sold the property to a private buyer. He rebuffed the city of Miami’s offer.
The trolley garage in Coconut Grove, 3320 Douglas Road, which has sat vacant for three years after the county and cities of Miami and Coral Gables were found to have violated federal civil rights law for not sufficiently notifying the neighborhood about the project. Henry Torres, a developer, said he has sold the property to a private buyer. He rebuffed the city of Miami’s offer.

Mystery buyer acquires controversial trolley garage in Coconut Grove

September 28, 2016 08:35 PM

UPDATED September 29, 2016 08:33 AM

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