Hollywood, FL, hospital's neighbors says sale offers too low
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, March 21, 2008
Hollywood, CA-based Memorial Regional Hospital has launched a 15-year expansion plan that will include a new Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital, parking garage and power facility. Since winning city approval for the controversial expansion, the South Broward Hospital District has made 32 offers to homeowners in order to make way for the project. While 19 homeowners have accepted at an average sales price of $318,000, a small group of homeowners have appeared before the City Commission to complain the offers are too low.
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