A property that for decades was home to a trailer park is to be reborn as a major mixed-use development bringing thousands of residential units, hotel rooms, nearly 350,000 square feet of commercial-retail uses and more than 1.9 million square feet of offices to the City of Miami.

If that’s not ambitious enough, the developers of Magic City Innovation District hope to attract a railroad station too as passenger rail grows in the region.

The project is on its way to the Miami City Commission for review and final approval, with a first reading tentatively set for Sept. 27. Continue reading

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