Miami Freedom Park & Soccer Village will deliver an array of benefits to the community unlike any other sports-related development in our city. It will pay fair market value rent, as well as living wages for all onsite employees. Miami Freedom Park will contribute more than $40 million in annual tax revenue to the City of Miami, Miami-Dade County, State of Florida and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, and generate more than 13,000 jobs.
Positive Economic Impact
More than $40 Million in new yearly tax revenue
- $5.9 Million yearly to the City of Miami
- $11.1 Million yearly to Miami-Dade County
- $23.6 Million yearly (from sales tax) to the State of Florida
- $3.4 Million yearly to Miami-Dade County School Board
- Requires Zero City taxpayer dollars
More than 13,000 new jobs will be created through the project
- 11,000 construction jobs
- 2,300 permanent jobs (once open)
Minimum $15 per-hour living wage to employees of Miami Freedom Park.
Funds for New Public Park and Spaces
- Additional park contribution of $20 Million to the City of Miami
- Environmental remediation and preparation work for the 58-Acre Public Park
- $5 Million additional donation towards the City’s Baywalk-Riverwalk project
These public park and public space contributions are in addition to the significant annual lease payments and tax revenue that Miami Freedom Park & Soccer Village will generate.
A Club for the Community
As a fan-first, community-focused club Inter Miami CF is committed to utilizing its reach, resources, and expertise to have a meaningful and lost-lasting impact in the South Florida community. With a focus on the youth in underserved communities, Inter Miami will provide access and inclusion to the game of futbol, removing barriers for entry and providing safe places to play. The Club will also be launching the Inter Miami CF Foundation (501c3) which through Education, Empowerment and Leadership, will act as a catalyst for positive change in South Florida.