A boarded-up storefront at Marlins Park, at Home Plate Garage on Northwest Seventh Street. Promises that Marlins Park would prove an economic boon to Little Havana have not panned out. A push to build a soccer stadium next door raises questions about similar promises. Marlins Park is at 501 Marlins Way, Miami.
A boarded-up storefront at Marlins Park, at Home Plate Garage on Northwest Seventh Street. Promises that Marlins Park would prove an economic boon to Little Havana have not panned out. A push to build a soccer stadium next door raises questions about similar promises. Marlins Park is at 501 Marlins Way, Miami. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
A boarded-up storefront at Marlins Park, at Home Plate Garage on Northwest Seventh Street. Promises that Marlins Park would prove an economic boon to Little Havana have not panned out. A push to build a soccer stadium next door raises questions about similar promises. Marlins Park is at 501 Marlins Way, Miami. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Beckham soccer stadium won’t come with big promises for Little Havana

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