Miami Herald: ‘Miami Doctors and Nurses on Coronavirus Front Lines Get Apartments Away From Family’

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May 29, 2020 · 1 min read

This content is part of a series highlighting the apartment industry’s response to the health and economic crises spurred by COVID-19 and how they are protecting and supporting their residents and their employees.

The Miami Herald recently highlighted the José Milton family and United Property Management’s donation of 300 fully furnished apartment units for medical staff of Jackson Health System to live in free of charge during the pandemic. Valued at $2.2 million, the donation will keep doctors and nurses from having to sleep in offices or cars for fear of infecting their families with the coronavirus. Founded by José Milton, United Property Management is one of South Florida’s largest privately held management firms, with more than 9,000 apartments units.

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