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Plans Unveiled For 820,000-Square-Foot Multisport Complex Next To Doral TopGolf


Local politicians and sports dignitaries – including former Heat star Glen Rice and former U.S. national women’s soccer coach Jill Ellis – were on hand September 8 for the official unveiling of the plans for Destination Sport Miami, an 820,000-square-foot indoor multisport complex that will be built across from TopGolf Doral.

The 20-acre site is just west of the Turnpike and Dolphin Mall. The facility, which 120 feet high, is being billed as the “largest indoor multi-sport facility in North America.”

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Commission Advances Expanded Urban Development Boundary Near Homestead For Warehouses

Miami-Dade commissioners just sidestepped concerns about Biscayne Bay pollution, flooding and hazy development details to give preliminary approval for expanding the Urban Development Boundary and converting farmland into a 9 million-square-foot industrial park near Homestead.

By a 9-3 vote, commissioners voted to send the expansion application to state agencies for review, a key step for developers in their effort to move the “UDB” for the first time since 2013.
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Doral Keeps Growing

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“People discovered Doral.” It is with this phrase that Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez defined the population’s growth in our city. Today, we can count a total of 75,874 residents according to the results of the last census of 2020.

The census showed that Doral is a culturally diverse city, a city represented by people of different nationalities and with a recent influx of people from different cities in the United States.

In 2010, the population of Doral was 45,704 residents, according to the Census Office. This shows a growth higher than 30,000 people in these ten years.  After witnessing this increase in the population, the obvious question is: is the city equipped with the necessary services to cater to this new population?

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