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Court ruling ends Miami River condo proposal

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The Miami River, long a center of marine commerce, attracted substantial residential development during the real estate boom. Marine interests can now claim a legal victory in efforts to keep it a working river.

Two residential projects on the Miami River, whose city approvals were challenged in court for undermining the marine industry and the city’s comprehensive plan, have reached the end of the line in the Florida Supreme Court.

Click here for the report by the South Florida Business Journal.

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