Florida Casino Legislation Moves Forward as Genting's Boost to Miami Economy Being Watched Nationally


Right now, the Florida Legislature is on holiday break but soon it will be back in session up in Tallahassee working on one of the biggest jobs to be undertaken: finalizing the casino bill legislation to allow limited and supervised gambling in Miami and other parts of Florida.

Media Takes Notice of Encouraging Economy Boost Due to Genting's Arrival in Miami

The New York Times covered what's happening here in the Miami area with a recent article entitled, "South Florida Poised for Birth of Casino Gambling," which delves not only into the status of Genting's Resorts World Miami and the future of casinos in South Florida, but also points out what we've been discussing for awhile now:

Genting's entry into the Miami metroplex commercial real estate economy has had an almost immediate, positive impact. Included in the NYT coverage are examples like...

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