The U.S. government has purchased a 3.3-acre site for a new Fort Lauderdale federal courthouse for $13.6 million, a major move forward to replace the existing courthouse that’s in poor condition.

The federal government bought the site from Dunmore Properties Ltd., an affiliate of Fort Lauderdale-based venture capital firm Hudson Capital Group Inc. headed by Steven Hudson.

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