Jai Alai fronton – will have a maximum size of 100,000 square feet of exhibition area, with space for up to 4,000 visitors. Maximum off-street parking is 1,000 vehicles.
Card room – will take up a maximum of 20,000 square feet of the jai-alai facility, with a maximum capacity of 500 people. It will not operate more than 16 hours per day.
Other gambling will be banned, including slots and table games.
In addition to the commission vote tomorrow, the city’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board is scheduled to review the settlement at a meeting later today.
Miami commissioners are also said to be considering banning gambling uses under the Miami 21 zoning code. However, a rumored deal to allow casino mega-resorts by Florida legislators could override that by blocking local governments from regulating gambling.