The developer of the Watson Island mega-yacht marina who also has plans for hotels, stores and parking won the latest dispute with the city of Miami.

Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge William Thomas ruled in favor of Flagstone Island Gardens LLC, saying it complied with its obligations under its ground leases with the city. Instead, the city was in the wrong for delaying approval of the project and ending Flagstone’s lease, according to a March 22 order.

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