Gondola Ride Planned At Hard Rock Stadium, Plus New Renderings Of Training Facility

A gondola ride is planned to be built on the south side of Hard Rock Stadium, according to Venuesnow. Completion is planned before the Super Bowl in February 2020.

The Miami Dolphins also released new renderings yesterday of the $100 million training facility planned at the stadium.

The gondola ride is for entertainment purposes and will last 10 minutes, or 1,800 feet. Riders will have a view of the crowd below and the Miami skyline in the distance.

Construction of the gondola is expected to cost $3 million, to be built by Austrian ski lift builder Doppelmayr.

Construction on the training facility began after the Miami Open and is expected to be completed in February 2021.

Rossetti is the architect designing the facility. The same firm also designed the Miami Open retrofit at the stadium.

 

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Anonymous

The gondola ride is only $99 per person so this will be a big hit for the local residents.

Anonymous

$99 for a 1800 foot ride on a gondola across the stadium?.. no thanks. I can buy plenty of ribs, conch, chicken, and beer for that price.

Anonymous

LOL, have you seen stadium “captive audience” prices? You’ll be lucky to get 1 rib and 2 beers for that price.

Anonymous

Who’s talking about buying ribs, conch, chicken, and beer at the stadium?

Anonymous

That response was to the post above referencing “local residents”.

Anonymous

They might as well cough up some money for the metrorail to be expanded up 27th Ave.

Azarius

And keep expanding up to University into Palm Beach a tri rail going thru the middle of the tri-county

Anonymous

Really! We can’t seem build any real transit options, but let’s spend bunch of money on a ride to nowhere.

Anonymous

Why are you saying, “let’s”. Let us?
I dont want to spend any money on transportation in Miami Gardens.

Anonymous

from the coconut grove station all the way to the stadium, I have thought of that route for the longest!!!

Anonymous

Do not, do not!! Ask developers in Miami-Dade to pay impact fees!

Anonymous

What the neck is going on here??

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Weird flex, but ok.

Anonymous

Fins up!

Anonymous

Now just produce a winning team.

Anonymous

The county needs affordable housing like, real bad!!! and they think a “gondola” is supposed to make the people happy?

Anonymous

This has nothing to do with public housing as Mr Ross has every right to invest into his own property.

Anonymous

Hes getting money from the county when holds major events, so the county is giving him money while he spends it on stuff that is empty most of the year.

ILoveMiami

Bread and Circuses.

Anonymous

Bread, Circuses, and Gondola Rides

Anonymous

Hate to be that guy..but why do we need so much affordable housing, sofl is a delicate eco system not made to withstand 10,000,000s of ppl. Perhaps we should look at places like the keys that restrict residential units while taking into account the working class.

Point is, we can have affordable housing for those that work in low wage jobs, but do we really need to keep inviting those that are working class from outside of SOFL to move here and put Moreno of a strain on the affordable housing market and social programs, public transit, etc…. that’s a better question.

Anonymous

Yeah man, that crap you wrote makes a lot of sense.

Anonymous

I don’t understand how this article is titled gondola but there is not one picture of it?

Anonymous

You have a point there….

Anonymous

Why not a gondola to Miami Beach instead of this stupid ride to nowhere?

Gringo

Hmm, let’s see, you can either buy 3- 1 bedroom condos or build a Gondola over the Hard rock…3mil?

Anonymous

A gondola ride through Miami Gardens? Does it come with Popemobile glass?

Anonymous

where is the fourth article TNM? I only see 3!!!

Sgt. Sapingo

Going forward only VIP readers will receive the 4th article. I read it and it’s amazing.

Anonymous

welp, in other words. Miami business development news is dying down. I’m surprised WeWork leasing another downtown building didn’t make the cut… or maybe it will come Monday!

Anonymous

The gondola will clear the new 50 foot tall statue of Ryan Tannehill.

Anonymous

Fantastic! Who wouldn’t want to sit in an unconditioned glass cube on a 95* Miami Gardnen’s day?!