The proposed 200-acre retail theme park in Northwest Miami-Dade won state approval Tuesday for a land deal at the heart of its plan to bring the largest mall in America to the Miami suburbs.
In a unanimous vote in Tallahassee, Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members endorsed selling 82 acres of state land to Miami-Dade for $12.3 million, which in turn will sell it for the same amount to American Dream Miami developer Triple Five. Some of South Florida’s largest malls urged the Cabinet to re...
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