Thursday, September 15th, 2011

What Replaces Newspapers (Literally)

"Genting"—the world's largest purveyors of casinos, cruises, biotech and plantations—"has revealed its plans for the giant resort complex they plan to plop down on the current site of the Miami Herald building."

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gregorg (#30)

TWO infinity pools? That's BEYOND!

dntsqzthchrmn (#2,893)

Pfft. Show me a Graham's Number pool and we'll talk.

"Mom, Remember how I used to wish for a living room with a plaster lion in it from Mexico and how I always wanted a large twenty four seat dining table in a dining room with original oil paintings by Michelangelo and Rembrandt and remember how I always wanted a rotating bed with pink chiffon and zebra stripes and remember how I used to chit chat with dad about always wanting a bathtub shaped like a clam and an office with orange and white stripes and remember how much I wanted an all red billiard room with a giant stuffed camel and how I wanted a disco room with my own disco dancers and a party room with fancy friends and remember how much I wanted a big backyard with Grecian statues, s-shaped hedges and three swimming pools? Well, I got that too." – The Jerk

David (#192)

How soon before those opposing this proposed development ask to see the traffic studies associated with getting to and from this site in a car?

NFK (#8,747)

So this must be the latest bid to revitalize downtown. Of course, back in '05 they were saying all the condo towers going up would do that.

rich bachelor (#8,586)

It's true. I rarely say things like this, but that development there is just begging to be smacked by a hurricane. It might as well be named Hubris, The Full Service Experience.

limeonaire (#1,011)

So wait, they're even going to change the color of the water?

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