New Joint Partner On Beckham Overtown Site Where Stadium Once Planned

A developer appears to have joined as a joint partner on David Beckham’s Overtown property.

A stadium was once planned on the site, before the developers decided to build it elsewhere.

8th Street Connections Holdings LLC is said to be a new joint partner on the Overtown land, according to a letter sent to Miami-Dade’s Dept. of Regulatory and Economic Resources last week.

Records show that the LLC shares an address with Terra Group. The authorized partner for the LLC is a Terra executive.

It wouldn’t be Terra’s first potential deal in Overtown.

In 2020, The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency voted on adding Terra with Michael Swerdlow as a partner on the Block 55 retail and residential project.

Terra also partnered on a bid to build the Technology Arts Media Innovation Building in Overtown.

 

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Anon
2 months ago

If it weren’t for the Mas brothers’ greed, we’d have a stadium already built, and in this amazing location. Instead we wait to drive on 836 to get to the nowhere close to being built Melreese debacle

Long 305
2 months ago

The Mas brothers are a front for Simon Fuller and Co.

Choo Choo
2 months ago

I mean when the stadium is built it’ll be incredibly accesible, just take the metrorail. And people up north can take tri-rail down

Transit Rider
2 months ago

Orange Line Metrorail to the Airport and you’re there. Stadium plans at Melreese have a pedestrian bridge connecting the stadium to the Intermodal Center. Fingers crossed it actually gets built and not penciled out of the project.

Trolling
2 months ago

stop mentioning things like facts, stop please. The walkability crowd hates to hear things like that. They want more oversight and community participation – cause that helps things move along, ya know.

Juan
2 months ago

?? The walkability crowd and the transit crowd are the same people.

anonymous
2 months ago

The Marlins Stadium is so close to Brickell and Downtown. It’s a shame there’s no metrorail extension there, ro if there is. It’s not promoted…

Anonymous
2 months ago

An east-west line from FIU to South Beach, utilizing the Government Center platform and with a stop at Marlins Stadium/Riverside Heights is truly a no-brainer.

Name*
2 months ago

Instead there’s a dolphin super bus express.

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

Its near a metrorail and would be an amazing high density project.

anonymous
2 months ago

Terra’s a real developer with loads of experience, which one would expect to get something going here rather quickly.

Anonymous
2 months ago

fill those empty lots please

Anonymous
2 months ago

At least it’s not Adler or Related.

Bitter Miami
2 months ago

David Beckham and his posse of land thieves. They got a great no-bid deal on this piece of County owned land with the express purpose of building a stadium at this site. I wonder how they’ll convince the County commission to let them develop the site for another purpose.

AJ Reddy
2 months ago

Better Miami, You are the only one that gets it. I been saying this all along. We should take it back from beckam since they moved the project.

Anonymous
2 months ago

They should build a huge luxury development there!