The Miami City Commission has approved a $5.9 million payment to a firm for the Museum Park project’s architectural and engineering services. Auto magnate Norman Braman filed a lawsuit against the 29-acre project, which will cost $3 billion and include a park and the new Marlins stadium. If the case is still in court when the firm starts work on the project, they will have to be paid with funds from a $27.5 million Sunshine loan from the Sunshine State Governmental Financing Commission.
Miami moves forward with Museum Park project
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