County OKs almost $3 million in sports hub incentives
Written by Jesse Scheckner on May 4, 2021
An undisclosed company is to get $2.94 million in county incentives to build a sports complex in Miami-Dade’s northwest corner. The county’s business and tourism arms backed the request, which won approval Tuesday.
Dubbed “Phoenix” by the Beacon Council, the company plans a 470,000-square-foot complex on 10 acres in Chairman Jose “Pepe” Diaz’s district housing a fitness center, ice rinks, NBA-size basketball courts, indoor soccer and football fields, volleyball courts and an Olympic-size pool.
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