The drama at 520 Biscayne continues as art dealer Gary Nader told The Next Miami that he will be pressing forward in his quest to develop he waterfront, Downtown property into a mixed-use cultural center with a museum and condos. The development would include The Latin American Art Museum, which would house close to 1,000 pieces by Latin American artists including Roberto Matta, Rufino Tamayo and Fernando Botero. 520 Biscayne would also include a five-star hotel and two residential towers with 300-units each. The residences would be designed for art collectors, with strategically placed walls and windows to showcase art in addition to 12-foot ceilings and will range from $2 million to $25 million. Last year his unsolicited bid via his firm Nader + Museu, LLP. was passed over in favor of a bid by Related Group by the Miami-Dade College Board of Trustees, who owns the land. In October 2016, the MDC Board of Trustees officially rejected all bids to develop the property, leading to Related Group to file a formal protest with a settlement, which the Board of Trustees also rejected. In January 2017, it was announced that Related Group had officially withdrew their protest. Related Group's withdrawal has given Nader the opportunity to continue pursuing the rights to develop the property.