Developers Alex Mantecon and Guillermo Vadell want to build the Riverside Wharf, a privately financed $30 million complex of four restaurants and a fish market on the Miami River. Their project is planned on private and city land, and would fetch the city a minimum of $195,000 annually over the span of a 30-year lease with two 10-year options. They need a simple majority of voters to support the project.
Developers Alex Mantecon and Guillermo Vadell want to build the Riverside Wharf, a privately financed $30 million complex of four restaurants and a fish market on the Miami River. Their project is planned on private and city land, and would fetch the city a minimum of $195,000 annually over the span of a 30-year lease with two 10-year options. They need a simple majority of voters to support the project.
Developers Alex Mantecon and Guillermo Vadell want to build the Riverside Wharf, a privately financed $30 million complex of four restaurants and a fish market on the Miami River. Their project is planned on private and city land, and would fetch the city a minimum of $195,000 annually over the span of a 30-year lease with two 10-year options. They need a simple majority of voters to support the project.

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