By CBSMiami.com Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Even as rescuers continue their round-the-clock efforts at Champlain Towers South, there’s already debate over what to do with the property where the 12-story building once stood.

A court hearing was held Wednesday to start the conversation about the beachfront site’s future.

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The question at hand for the more than $100-million property:

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Should it become a memorial or should it be sold to a developer to build another condo that could help compensate the victims of the tragedy?

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The discussion stems from a number of civil lawsuits already filed following the tragedy.

CBSMiami.com Team