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How Doral Morphed From An Industrial Business Center To A Luxury Enclave

Doral is still officially a young city, incorporated only 15 years ago.

But Doral’s roots date back to the 1950s, when Doris and Alfred Kaskel scooped up 2,400 acres of swampland for $49,000 on which they built a grand hotel, country club and golf resort nearly a decade later. The Kaskels, apartment developers from New York City who also built a pair of Art Deco hotels in Miami Beach, named their new resort after themselves — and Doral was born.

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A One-Time Commercial Outpost, Doral Is Becoming A Lively Residential Community

Ana-Marie Codina-Barlick, CEO of Codina Partners updated attendees at a recent Miami Herald panel on developments at the company’s Downtown Doral residential and retail center, including a planned addition of middle and senior components to its highly rated charter school system.

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