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Related and Arquitectonica Bid for MDC Site

Related and Arquitectonica Bid for MDC Site

by Sep Niakan | December 08, 2015

The Related Group teams up once more with Arquitectonica to bid on and develop a patch of land owned by the Miami Dade College on Biscayne Boulevard.

Bernardo Fort-Brescia, leader of first-class architectural company Arquitectonica, confirmed that Related and Arquitectonica will be bidding together on the 2.6-acre property, which is located at 520 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami.

Gary Nader, a developer also submitting a proposal for the site, has bid to build an enhanced Latin American Art Museum. Nader is teaming up with Roberto Rocha and architect Fernando Romero. A lawyer representing Nader and his team stated there may be additions to the partnership before the January deadline January, as well as possible changes to the plans as written.




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