Only 54 percent of Miami Beach voters approved the proposed hotel next to the convention center, falling short of the required 60 percent to lease public land. This rendering shows the hotel that did not pass.
Only 54 percent of Miami Beach voters approved the proposed hotel next to the convention center, falling short of the required 60 percent to lease public land. This rendering shows the hotel that did not pass. Portman Holdings Provided to the Miami Herald
Only 54 percent of Miami Beach voters approved the proposed hotel next to the convention center, falling short of the required 60 percent to lease public land. This rendering shows the hotel that did not pass. Portman Holdings Provided to the Miami Herald

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