Fate of mold-ridden federal courthouse — once Noriega's jail — is up for grabs

, The National Law Journal

The mold-ridden, historic David W. Dyer Federal courthouse in downtown Miami could be put on the auction block. The General Services Administration, which owns all federal courthouses, said a study is under way to determine the feasability and cost of renovating the building. After the study is completed, GSA will then decide whether to renovate the courthouse or to sell it. But any plan to sell the building would likely be met with resistance and even outrage from some in the Miami legal community.

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