- Published: Tuesday, August 27 2013 09:20
As pricing and availability of prime bay-front sites become an increasing challenge for Miami developers, a Dutch outfit is considering building directly on the water. The Netherlands-based company Dutch Docklands has its eye on Biscayne Bay for the construction of a $200M floating development. At a scale of about 500 to 1000 acres, Docklands wants to create a floating city, complete with housing, schools, hotels, shopping centers, and possibly a golf course. In addition to Biscayne Bay, other sites in New York, Ohio and New Jersey are also being looked at for their first US project.