Marina begins constructionJul 8, 2014 by Guest Writer
Viking Developers and the city of Riviera Beach in South Florida broke ground on a $375 million marina redevelopment project, according to news reports.
Viking has a 50-year lease to manage the marina, which will eventually have a two-story Riviera Beach Event Center and a $4 million makeover for Bicentennial Park, according to a story in the South Florida Business Journal. Other amenities include shops, restaurants and a promenade. Construction is expected to be completed by next summer.
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