Judge approves sale of site of Surfside condo collapse
A South Florida judge has approved the sale of the oceanfront property where a collapsed condominium building once stood to benefit victims of the deadly disaster.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Michael Hanzman ordered at a hearing Wednesday that the process begin to sell the site of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, which could fetch $100 million, according to court records.
Meanwhile, residents of an 82-year-old, two-story apartment building in Miami Beach have been ordered to evacuate because of concrete deterioration.
The city is giving residents of Devon Apartments until next Monday to leave the building.