A boarded-up building at 3440 Grand Avenue in West Coconut Grove, seen on December 2, 2016, was part of a large assemblage of properties in the historically black community slated for a long-stalled redevelopment.
A boarded-up building at 3440 Grand Avenue in West Coconut Grove, seen on December 2, 2016, was part of a large assemblage of properties in the historically black community slated for a long-stalled redevelopment. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
A boarded-up building at 3440 Grand Avenue in West Coconut Grove, seen on December 2, 2016, was part of a large assemblage of properties in the historically black community slated for a long-stalled redevelopment. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

Who is buying six key properties in this historic black neighborhood? So far, it’s a mystery.

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