The City of Miami wants to sell the 2 acre chunk of Miami River-fronting land that now contains its Downtown administration building, and replace it with something newer, according to the Miami Herald's David Smiley. The land, which is also on the edge of I-95, takes up the entire block and is verging on 'megaproject scale.' They're looking for a developer to pick up the chunk of property, which could be worth $22 million or more, in exchange for building them a new administrative HQ on a cheaper site and paying the remaining difference in value. Any deal would require a voter referendum though.
· City of Miami looking to unload riverside center [Miami Herald]