Temple Court Apartments Emergency Information

We will be using this page in the coming days as a place to post updates and information to help our Temple Court residents as we navigate this crisis together. Please check back as we will be updating this page when new information comes in.

6/14/24 Update from Atlantic Housing Management 

The wellbeing of Temple Court residents is a top priority, and our team is still working with multiple city and county officials to determine the best housing solutions available. Today, residents were updated and asked for their input in this process. We are continuing to provide hotel accommodations for them in the interim, and local Miami organizations, businesses, and city departments continue to provide meals, toiletries, clothing, and other donations to meet their immediate needs. 

El bienestar de los residentes de Temple Court es una prioridad absoluta, y nuestro equipo sigue trabajando con varios funcionarios de la ciudad y del condado para determinar la mejor solución posible. Hoy, le comunicamos toda la información a nuestra disposición a nuestros residentes y se les pidió su opinión sobre este proceso. Continuaremos proporcionando alojamiento en hoteles durante estos tiempos. Organizaciones locales de Miami, negocios, y departamentos municipales continuarán proporcionando comida, artículos de aseo personal, ropa y otras donaciones para satisfacer sus necesidades inmediatas.  


Official 6/11/24 Statement from Atlantic Housing Management, LLC regarding Temple Court Apartments in Miami, Florida:

Our Lead Service Technician, Feder Biotte, who was shot on-site at Temple Court Apartments in Miami on the morning of June 10, 2024, is currently in stable condition. He is loved by his family, friends, co-workers, and Temple Court residents, and we are all rooting for his recovery.

Since the June 10, 2024 Temple Court fire, we have been working with charitable organizations and city officials to ensure we are taking care of residents. The Red Cross provided shelter for the first night. Some residents have been able to stay with family, and we are providing hotel accommodations for the rest over the next two weeks while we work with HUD and the Department of Health and Human Services to help them find alternative housing during the interim.

We have so much gratitude for the City of Miami officials and departments, all law enforcement officials, and all organizations who have helped us so far. We want to thank the Miami Fire Department for bravely battling this fire and rescuing our residents. Their dedication and sacrifice helped ensure that each one was safe. Thank you to the Miami Police Department for swiftly investigating these events and apprehending a suspect. Thank you to Mayor Suarez, HUD, and the Department of Health and Human Services for helping us to connect residents with vital resources in this time of need. And thank you to the Red Cross for providing shelter, food, water, and other essentials during the first 24 hours. The Red Cross continues to help us in providing meals and medicines during this time. We have seen such an outpouring of support and generosity from the people of Miami, and we are so grateful.


Official 6/10/24 Statement from Atlantic Housing Management, LLC regarding Temple Court Apartments in Miami, Florida:

We are very saddened to confirm that this morning, Tuesday, June 10, 2024, one of our Temple Court employees was shot and taken to a nearby hospital where he is currently being treated. Two buildings also experienced a fire and firefighters are actively working to put it out. We are still determining the cause of these events, and we are checking for other injuries. Police are investigating, and we will help in whatever ways we can. We are working with the Red Cross, which has brought drinks and snacks to help our displaced residents. We are also working to provide meals and a place to stay for those who have been affected. We will update as we have more information. We are grieved by all that has happened today, and our thoughts and prayers are with our team member and his family and residents of the Temple Court community.



List of local Miami organizations and resources: 

Red Cross

1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767)



City of Miami Human Services




Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust




Camillus House



TTY 305.549.3019

For Video and Hard of Hearing: 786.235.8740


Lotus House (Women’s Shelter)





Share Your Heart






Alliance for Aging