$105 Million Development of University of Miami's Life Sciences Technology Park

Wexford Miami, LLC

Representation of Wexford Miami, LLC, developer of the first and second phase of the University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park. Phase one, a $105 million project, is comprised of a 170,000 square foot research & development building and the 80,000 square foot University of Miami Tissue Bank, a world-class facility that collects, processes, and distributes donated human tissue. The Park includes the "landing pad," a business incubator for life science start-up companies. We assisted Wexford in securing land use and zoning approvals from the City of Miami and in partnering with the University of Miami on real estate issues. Previously, we represented Wexford in negotiating an economic incentive agreement with the City of Miami Community Redevelopment Agency.

Albert E. Dotson, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer & Managing Partner
Stanley B. Price
Chair, Land Development & Government Relations Practice Group
Eric Singer
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