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.