City Slaps Lien On Beckham’s Overtown Stadium Site

The city of Miami recorded a lien last week on the 4.2-acre site that David Beckham wants to build a soccer stadium on.

Owner Windsor Investment Holdings LLC was found guilty of violating the following laws:

  • Failure to maintain exterior of commercial or residential property
  • Failure to obtain a sign permit
  • No Certificate of Use
  • Failure to obtain a business tax receipt for the type of business conducted

Windsor was found guilty on December 3, two days after TNM first reported rumors that Beckham was in talks to buy the site. Windsor was ordered to correct the violations by February 4, after which fines accrue at $250 per day. The lien was recorded on March 11.

Beckham cannot close on the 4.2-acre property until the lien has been cleared (which likely won’t be an issue considering the price Beckham is paying.)


site is currently used for parking: