The City of Miami is under the microscope again with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Just weeks before the Miami Marlins open their first season inside Marlins Park, Little Havana residents are complaining that the city is unfairly imposing more restrictions on their parking around the Stadium.
It’s official: Miami has a new baseball team with a new home, but there are a lot of familiar faces. Say goodbye to the Florida Marlins, and say hello to the Miami Marlins.
While the official schedule isn’t out yet, the Marlins are likely to open up the new stadium against the St. Louis Cardinals, according to multiple reports.
Hundreds of hairline cracks have appeared on support beams along exterior walls of Miami’s four parking garages at the new Little Havana ballpark for the Marlins. The repairs will cause some delays.
Approximately one year away from Opening day in Little Havana, the new Marlins Ballpark is reaching another milestone- the installation of the last major structural piece of steel to be installed on the retractable roof.
Just over one year before the new Marlins stadium is scheduled to host its first game, the team is getting ready to show off a milestone in the construction process – the topping off of the signature retractable roof.