MIAMI—Miami Beckham United has picked the spot for the new Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium. The ownership group, led by David Beckham, Marcelo Claure, and Simon Fuller, settled on a long-underutilized Florida East Coast (FEC) railway slip along Biscayne Boulevard to build its privately-funded stadium.

This is a strategic area for the Magic City, seeing as it’s the last dormant stretch of Downtown Miami’s waterfront. Once the stadium is completed, this area will be home to green spaces, public plazas and promenades, and, of course, a soccer stadium that’s home to an MLS team.

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