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Landowner of former Miami Herald site on Biscayne Bay signals financial distress

The Malaysian firm The Genting Group, which bought the former Miami Herald site for $236 million in 2011, has temporarily suspended $3.4 billion in payments to its creditors, citing loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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