Grand Central Lounge’s lawsuit that seeks to block the Miami Worldcenter development agreement isn’t dead yet.
Earlier this week, Dade Circuit Court Judge Migna Sanchez-Llorens denied a motion by Worldcenter and the City of Miami to dismiss the complaint. Instead, Grand Central will be given the opportunity to file an amended complaint.
Grand Central filed suit against the city and Worldcenter over the development agreement in December, claiming that the public didn’t have time to review it before it was approved by commissioners.
In Feburary, commissioners voted again to approve the deal to be certain that it met the requirements for public review. Lawyers for the city then filed a motion to dismiss the complaint based on the new approval.
Grand Central, represented by Paul Savage, must file the amended complaint by by April 21. The city and Worldcenter will then have until May 6 to respond.