Parking may be problem for latest Beckham stadium location

Beckham and Miami-Dade at odds over parking at stadium

The Real Deal 3/2/16

The soccer star and his development group Miami Beckham United missed their February deadline to close on the purchase of Miami-Dade County land in Overtown, and now county officials are reportedly considering a renegotiation before approving the deal.

Their main concern is the lack of parking at the proposed 25,000-seat stadium, according to the Miami Herald. Beckham’s current plans would have stadium-goers walk from the nearby Metrorail station about three blocks away, plus use existing parking lots and garages in the area.

 

 

 

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