Developers clear hurdle to build 12 million square feet in Miami

By Erik Bojnansky | October 24, 2008 03:33PM

From the South Florida Web site: During a meeting last night, Miami commissioners unanimously approved the first reading of a rezoned overlay district designed to transform an area that’s now mostly vacant parking lots, warehouses and a homeless shelter. Under redevelopment plans, Miami Worldcenter would become a 24-hour mini-metropolis with new residential towers, convention meeting spaces, hotels, retail, restaurants, entertainment venues, parks and urban plazas.


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