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Construction Crews At The Resorts World Site Might Be Building A Seawall

Don’t get excited – those cranes at the former Miami Herald site aren’t working on a foundation for Resorts World Miami.

Instead, they are possibly rebuilding a seawall behind the property, or the site could be being used as a staging area for the Venetian Causeway construction project.

Genting, the tight-lipped owner of the property, hasn’t announced anything recently. Workers queried at the job site were unable to provide a coherent response to TNM.

Genting filed construction permits to rebuild the seawall earlier this month.

Also this month, Dade’s Property Appraiser filed a lawsuit against Genting again over the assessed value of the Resorts World property. It is the second time that the property appraiser has taken such action.

 

an ominous sky hangs over cranes at the resorts world site

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5 Comments on "Construction Crews At The Resorts World Site Might Be Building A Seawall"


Anonymous
5 hours 34 minutes ago

Any news with Resorts World Miami?

Anonymous
5 hours 8 minutes ago

I live right across the street in the venetia…..don’t think this is genting…..think this is just staging for causeway repair….hate to say it but kind of giving up hope on genting….but would love to see something spectacular announced by someone soon….

Anonymous
4 hours 52 minutes ago

I’m sick of Genting, such a disappointment with this saga.

Marc305
4 hours 8 minutes ago

It is not Genting that you should be upset to, it should be the Miami politicians and those in Tallahassee who allow the tribe to have Casinos but will not allow Genting to do it. This project would be half way completed if it wasn’t for them.

someone in the know
3 hours 18 minutes ago

they are building the seawall…