Courthouse Hopping: The occupants of the historic...

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The occupants of the historic Dade County Courthouse, which was once the tallest building south of Baltimore and is now where civil cases are heard, are continuing in their campaign for a new courthouse. But don't worry about the stately old edifice. They say there's no way the building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will be razed. It could finally get the spectacular restoration it deserves after being put into private hands. Maybe it could be a boutique hotel across the street from the new train station? [Daily Business Review; Previously]

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