Dacra's $312M Miami Design District Project Gets Go-Ahead

Law360, New York (June 7, 2012, 2:19 PM EDT) -- A Florida planning, zoning and appeals board signed off on two new ordinances Wednesday that help pave the way for South Beach developer Dacra to build a four-block, $312 million retail haven in Miami's Design District.

Unanimously approving the two motions, the nine-member board gave Dacra and its principal, renowned Florida developer Craig Robins, its stamp of approval on several proposed land use changes and a rezoning of nearly 51 land parcels into a special area plan. These changes will allow Dacra to build several retail...
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