Residents of several apartment buildings in Miami’s Liberty City and Overtown for years have been dealing with leaky units, mold-like paste on walls and overall structural disrepair. They might be poised for relief.

Seven buildings are in for renovations under new ownership following nearly five years of court battles — all stemming from allegations that the previous owner was a slumlord who left the apartments to deteriorate.

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