BUSINESS
09/12/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Miami Real Estate Rebounds As Foreclosed Condos Draw Young Renters

The 7,000 unsold condos in Miami's core -- a symbol of a building boom that collapsed and dragged the city into recession -- are filling up and giving life to neighborhoods that previously closed after dark. New, year-round residents are cramming into restaurants, nightclubs and bars that didn't exist a few years ago, and enjoying a lifestyle made possible in part by developers and banks seeking to recoup losses by renting luxury dwellings until the market recovers.

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