Two Miami law firms assembled an intricate real estate deal that will breathe new life into the historic Jungle Island park.

Shutts & Bowen and Bilzin Sumberg navigated a thorny legal landscape to seal a $60 million deal transferring the park’s ownership to a real estate management company based in Aventura, which plans to upgrade the underperforming tourist attraction.

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