During South Florida’s housing boom, Jeremy Green, a youthful and inexperienced developer, had ambitious plans for Miami’s up-and-coming Design District.

He hired high-profile architects to design glass-and-steel condominium towers of irregular shapes to match the neighborhood’s artsy character. He also successfully pitched his plans to eager lenders, who were willing to fund his projects. Never mind that he had never built anything before.

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