Marlins Stadium parking front-runner emerges

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Suffolk Construction, a Boston-based company, was first on a list of bidders for the $94 million parking project at the new Marlins stadium in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. Ballpark contractor team Hunt/Moss was second on the ranked list, which the city released last week. The project would have four garages and six lots for the 37,000-person capacity, retractable roof stadium. Suffolk has a main office in West Palm Beach and a satellite office in Miami. [Miami Today News]

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