Miami-Dade County Judge Michael Hanzman instructed to start preparing an auction for the sale of the site.
A plot of land in the city of Surfside (Florida), where a multi-storey residential building collapsed at the end of June, can be sold for $120 million. CBS reported this.
According to him, during the last meeting in the district court, Michael Fay, the head of the real estate company Avison Young, which was entrusted with the sale of a plot of 0.76 hectares, said that one company is interested in buying land and is ready to pay from $ 110 million to $120 million.
Miami-Dade County Judge Michael Hanzman instructed Fay to begin preparing an auction for the sale of the site.
A multi-storey residential building in Surfside collapsed on the night of June 24. The total number of deaths as a result of the disaster was 98 people.