A rendering of a restored Miami Marine Stadium, with the surrounding area redeveloped. The project, pitched unsuccessfully by Friends of Miami Marine Stadium, is an example of what Key Biscayne officials would find too intense for Virginia Key.
A rendering of a restored Miami Marine Stadium, with the surrounding area redeveloped. The project, pitched unsuccessfully by Friends of Miami Marine Stadium, is an example of what Key Biscayne officials would find too intense for Virginia Key. National Trust for Historic Preservation
A rendering of a restored Miami Marine Stadium, with the surrounding area redeveloped. The project, pitched unsuccessfully by Friends of Miami Marine Stadium, is an example of what Key Biscayne officials would find too intense for Virginia Key. National Trust for Historic Preservation

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