Dutch developer plans $200M floating island

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Netherlands-based developer Dutch Docklands is considering areas of South Florida as well as areas in the New York City metro area for a $200 million, 500- to 1,000-acre floating development with housing, schools and shopping.

For its first U.S. project, the company is considering Miami, Miami Beach, Kendall and the Florida Keys in South Florida; New York City; Cincinnati; and several towns in New Jersey, Miami Today reported.

Source: The Real Deal via Miami Today