Creation of a 58-Acre Public Park
Additional park contribution of $20 Million to the City of Miami
$42.7 Million in annual tax revenue
Overwhelming Support from Voters
60% of City of Miami voters approved the referendum this past November in favor of executing Miami Freedom Park's vision
Paying Fair Market Value Rent
National TV Audience
ONLY Sports Project to:
- Require NO CITY PUBLIC funding
- Pay PROPERTY TAXES to City
- Pay FAIR MARKET VALUE RENT to City
- Pay EMPLOYEES a Living Wage
There’s not many places around here to take our kids. This will help keep kids off the streets and the i-Pads.Priscilla LazcanoGrapeland Heights resident
I’m excited for the new soccer fields and programs that will be available at Miami Freedom Park, which will help keep our children active and safe after school, on weekends and during the summer recess.Wille PerezCity of Miami Resident
The Tech Hub will fill the void of high paying tech jobs along with $44 million dollars in tax revenue all of which will not require tax payer dollars. The project is a win, win and allows us to stay in and contribute to our community without sacrificing our professional ambitions and the first step to making Miami into a leading technological leader.Serafin DominguezCity of Miami Resident
New park and additional green space at Miami Freedom Park will allow me to go for long walks, stay active and enjoy the outdoors. These things are important to my emotional and physical health.Nelida MorejonCity of Miami Resident
Enhancing the Community and Our City
Miami Freedom Park & Soccer Village is a privately funded, recreational destination that will incorporate one of the City’s largest public parks, a soccer stadium, soccer fields for the community, a tech hub, hotel, shops and restaurants for all Miamians and visitors to enjoy.
The project will not utilize any city taxpayer dollars
In addition, the project will pay millions in revenue to the community as well as an annual Fair Market Value rent to the City.
Miami Freedom Park will become a recreational destination that all Miamians can enjoy, providing a 58-acre public park and green space, a tech hub, restaurants and shops, soccer fields for the community, a soccer stadium for Miami’s own Inter Miami, and many more features.
Miami Freedom Park received overwhelming support from City of Miami residents, having achieved 60% voter approval during last November’s referendum.
With this vote, the residents have indicated that they want the City to negotiate and execute a lease for the proposed land.