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Broker Demands to See Miami Worldcenter Financial Documents

Broker Demands to See Miami Worldcenter Financial Documents

by Sep Niakan | August 20, 2014

Edie Laquer, a commercial broker in Miami, is demanding to see financial documents related to the Miami Worldcenter.

Laquer is requesting documents from Arthur Falcone and Marc Roberts, principals of Miami Worldcenter, in response to Roberts' lawyers' claims that she would make $26 million, just like the other partners' contributions, off of her investment.

She is requesting a copy of the contracts with 1000 Biscayne, All Aboard Miami, and Miami-Dade Community College, along with several other related documents.

She is also demanding copies of the contracts with MDM Development, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Taubman, Forbes, Glenn Straub, and any other deal made for the project.

Miami Worldcenter is a megaproject being developed by Miami Worldcenter Associates, and will contain 1,800 rooms, 1 million square-feet of retail space, and 600,000 square-feet  of convention space.



Photo credit: Edie Laquer - therealdeal.comMiami WorldCenter -

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