Note from the editor: This story is the first in a series examining how sea level rise is affecting South Florida real estate, following the June 24 condo collapse disaster in Surfside. 

South Florida’s condo market is receiving renewed interest as it enjoys an influx of new residents, but the tragic collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside appears to have changed what buyers are looking for in a property.

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