New Chinatown restaurant closes after more than 30 years in South Miami
The property is being redeveloped into a mixed-use retail-office space.
Those looking to order takeout from a popular Chinese restaurant in South Miami are faced with disconnected phone numbers and a small cardboard sign that reads, “Sorry. We’re closed.”
New Chinatown restaurant, 5958 S. Dixie Hwy., closed recently after more than 30 years in business.
The restaurant sold the property, which included Swim Bike & Run, to Greenstreet Real Estate Partners of Miami for nearly $5.7 million in October. The new owner will redevelop the property into a mixed-use retail-office space.
South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard said the restaurant will be missed.
“It’s been people’s favorite for a long time,” he said. “[They’ve] told me they’re sad to see it go, even people outside of South Miami.”
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