In this Monday, March 30, 2015 photo, developer Jeff Berkowitz talks about the SkyRise project at his office in Miami. Last summer, Miami voters approved a $430 million downtown tourist tower to be built beside Biscayne Bay with the understanding no public money would be spent. Now that Miami-Dade County is proposing a $9 million subsidy for infrastructure improvements, the Miami mayor’s politically ambitious daughter, Raquel Regalado, and billionaire car dealer Norman Braman, are suing to stop it.
In this Monday, March 30, 2015 photo, developer Jeff Berkowitz talks about the SkyRise project at his office in Miami. Last summer, Miami voters approved a $430 million downtown tourist tower to be built beside Biscayne Bay with the understanding no public money would be spent. Now that Miami-Dade County is proposing a $9 million subsidy for infrastructure improvements, the Miami mayor’s politically ambitious daughter, Raquel Regalado, and billionaire car dealer Norman Braman, are suing to stop it. Alan Diaz AP
In this Monday, March 30, 2015 photo, developer Jeff Berkowitz talks about the SkyRise project at his office in Miami. Last summer, Miami voters approved a $430 million downtown tourist tower to be built beside Biscayne Bay with the understanding no public money would be spent. Now that Miami-Dade County is proposing a $9 million subsidy for infrastructure improvements, the Miami mayor’s politically ambitious daughter, Raquel Regalado, and billionaire car dealer Norman Braman, are suing to stop it. Alan Diaz AP

Judge: Lawsuit against SkyRise Miami tower can proceed

May 15, 2015 7:45 PM