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May 25, 2018

Real Estate

A mall theme-park in Miami-Dade?

Mike Vogel | 5/24/2017

Trust Miami to attract the latest jaw-dropping real estate project to Florida. In the triangle where I-75 meets Florida’s Turnpike in Miami-Dade County, Canada’s Ghermezian family wants to build the nation’s biggest mall-theme park.

The 175-acre triangle would become home to American Dream Miami, a $4-billion project with 2,000 hotel rooms and 6.2 million square feet of retail and entertainment, including performing arts venues, an aquarium lake, an ice skating rink and a 16-story indoor snow ski hill. It expects to draw 30 million visitors a year — more than the annual draw of Disney’s Magic Kingdom.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Miguel Diaz de la Portilla; Ken Krasnow; Robert Gorlow; Stu Wyllie.

 

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