MIAMI — In 2007, three years before Luigi Boria was elected mayor of Doral, a boutique South Florida developer bought and rezoned a 12-acre parcel of land to build an enclave of single-family homes with a smattering of commercial spaces.
The project was named Grand Floridian Estates.
It seemed like a sensible project for the growing city whose proximity to an international airport made it home to many export and import companies.
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