Trump Wants to Build Florida Movie Studio

Wednesday, 06 Jun 2012 11:58 AM

By Andra Varin

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Hollywood. Bollywood. Trumpwood?

Donald Trump wants to build “Trump Studio City” in Florida’s south Miami-Dade County.

The real estate mogul’s representatives unveiled a proposal for the movie production facility at a county commission meeting Tuesday.

Trump lawyer Michael Cohen told commissioners the new facility would be twice the size of Universal Studios and would create thousands of new jobs, The Miami Herald reported.

“It will reduce unemployment and improve land values,” Cohen said.

County Commission Chairman Joe Martinez, who is running for Miami-Dade mayor, introduced the proposal, which was not on the meeting’s regular agenda. Incumbent Mayor Carlos Gimenez said the plan was “something we need to look at.”

The Trump proposal would use, in part, county-owned land on 800 acres near the Homestead Air Reserve Base, the Herald said.



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