Miami seeks marina rehab

Sep 10, 2015 by Guest Writer

The city of Miami has issued a request for proposals from anyone interested in redeveloping the 26.5-acre Virginia Key Marina property on the Rickenbacker Causeway in Miami. The goal, it said, is “to create a vibrant recreational marina and restaurant destination with an ancillary ship’s store facility for city residents and tourists alike.”

The entire property consists of 26.65 acres, of which about 17 acres is submerged, between Government Cut and Bear Cut. Deadline for RFPs is Sept. 28. For more details, visit www.cbremarketplace.com/virginiakeymarina

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