Miami as an Amusement Park–Gigantic Billboards Approved

At first I thought it was a joke that a local government would approve two gigantic signs in downtown Miami next to culture arts centers that cost the citizens nearly $500 million.

This Miami as an amusement park.  This is Miami under the so-called Miami 21, the new zoning code to transform the city of Miami into a beautiful, pedestrian-friendly, new center city.

Siffin’s media towers get green light – South Florida Business Journal.

About Stephen E. McGaughey
International consultant in economic development programs and projects

2 Responses to Miami as an Amusement Park–Gigantic Billboards Approved

  1. LG says:

    The approval of these towers circumvented MIami 21. Please don’t confuse the two or put them together. Miami 21 actually would not allow this to happen and that is why they modified the city code to allow this. Please don’t disseminate incorrect information. Check your facts.

  2. SM says:

    Agreed. My posting is to show that Miami 21 is probably not worth the paper it is written on since the Commission were quick to override it at a moments notice.

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