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BLOCKBUSTER SELLS LAND -- DREAM PARK "OFFICIALLY DEAD"
Published March 27, 1995
Blockbuster decided on Friday to sell 1,600 acres it had planned for a mega-sports and entertainment center. Blockbuster Entertainment is also asking for the legislature to "dissolve the special district it created for the mammoth project once envisioned" by Chair Wayne Huizenga. With the decision to sell the land, the idea of Blockbuster Park "is now officially dead" (Cindy Goodman, MIAMI HERALD, 3/25).