Donald Trump has dropped his unsolicited bid to revamp Key Biscayne's Crandon Park public golf course, having noticed that tides at the city had seemed to turn against the plan. Trump had offered $10 million in upgrades in exchange for a 99 year license to operate the course, with some at the city (as well as the Matheson family, which has legal rights to veto park decisions because they donated the land to the county in the first place) thought was quite unnecessary. The course was recently ranked the third best local course, with the other four in the top five all owned by Trump.
· Donald Trump drops bid for Crandon Park Golf Course [Miami Herald]
· Crandon Park coverage [Curbed Miami]