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Hyatt Regency riverfront deal gets a slowdown

May 15, 2018

Hyatt Regency executives are eager to lock in a new long-term lease of Miami riverfront so they can build a new hotel and more, but city commissioners are in no rush and made that clear May 10. Proposed legislation to put the matter on the August primary election ballot was deferred for at least two weeks. The City of Miami owns the 4.2-acre site at 400 SE Second Ave., home to a Hyatt Regency hotel and the city’s James L. Knight Convention Center.

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