- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 6, 2019

MIAMI (AP) - Miami-Dade College is spending $60 million to renovated Miami’s historic, but long vacant federal building.

The Miami Herald reports the college is nearing completion on the initial phase of the project that will return the 1933 Neoclassical courthouse to public use.

Workers have wrapped up clean-up work to remove asbestos and mold from the building that has been shuttered since 2008. Miami-Dade’s interim president Rolando Montoya said remodeling and restoration should take about two years to complete.

Majority of voters now oppose impeachment: Quinnipiac poll
Evangelist Franklin Graham calls impeachment hearing 'a day of shame for America'
White House, GOP at odds over Senate impeachment trial

When that’s finished, the building will house the college’s architecture, interior design and fashion design programs. It will also include flexible-use classrooms, robotics and computer labs, faculty and administrative officers and a conference center that holds 400 people.

The limestone-clad building occupies almost a city block in downtown Miami.

Sign up for Daily Newsletters

Manage Newsletters

Copyright © 2019 The Washington Times, LLC.

Please read our comment policy before commenting.


Click to Read More and View Comments

Click to Hide