Miami Dolphins break ground on new training complex
New facility in Miami Gardens expected to be ready by 2021
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins broke ground Wednesday on the team's new training complex in Miami Gardens.
Participating in the ceremony was Dolphins CEO Tom Garfinkel and several former players including Nat Moore, Joe Rose, Kim Bokamper and Channing Crowder.
Also there were Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara Jordan.
The $135 million state-of-the art complex and sports performance clinic is being built in partnership with Baptist Health and sits next to Hard Rock Stadium.
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After spending decades in Davie, Garfinkel said he is hopeful the Miami Gardens facility will open in spring 2021.
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