Dade County’s School Board voted yesterday to explore offers from developers who may be interested in developing about 10 acres that they own near the Arsht Center, the Herald reports.
This would be the third time since 2011 that the land has been offered. This time, the RFP will be ‘more focused,’ officials say.
School Board Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said that WLRN studios, two schools, and other school board offices should be incorporated into the new project.
Genting, Related Group, and Ugo Colombo are among those who have expressed interest in the property in the past.