3 Ballpark Garage Leases First Pitch
By Meisha Perrin
Three signed leases for almost 6,000 square feet of retail space in the garages at Marlins Park have led to renewed momentum and optimism for Miami and its parking authority to get the rest of the space rented, say city Director of Asset Management Henry Torre and authority CEO Arthur Noriega.
Leases for Subway, Café Rubio and 100 Fires Cigars come after an unsuccessful first baseball season from a retail perspective following fruitless negotiations with other businesses that mostly didn’t want to be the first to take the leap, according to Mr. Noriega.
"Until you get a signed lease, it’s impossible to really show the marketplace there is actually something coming," he said, "so these will help validate that."To read the full article and the rest of the Miami Today issue, GO TO e-MIAMI TODAY, an exact replica of the printed edition.