They say you can’t fight city hall. But sometimes, a developer can buy city hall and tear it down. More South Florida government bodies – such as cities, counties, school boards and public colleges – now pursue real estate deals for public facilities through public-private partnerships (P3s). These deals can revitalize city centers and create economic activity on sites that were underutilized – and they usually result in nicer digs for government.

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