Miami Beach residents . . . got a closer look at proposals for a major renovation of the city’s convention center and surrounding area. Two teams are competing for the project, which is expected to cost up to $1 billion. The teams discussed their plans at a meeting with residents Wednesday night at the convention center. The public got little new information about two hot topics: how to minimize traffic impacts to the surrounding neighborhoods, and how to pay for the public portions of the project. . . . Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/03/27/3310394/developers-have-little-to-say.html#emlnl=Business#storylink=cpy
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