UPDATED at 10:42 a.m. with a response from PortMiami.
PortMiami's own development plan for the southwest corner hasn't been easy to see.
The port and World Trade Center Miami, a non-profit that port director Bill Johnson chairs, hired Miami architect Chad Oppenheim last year to create a master plan for the same land that David Beckham wants for a soccer stadium.
The growth strategy calls for a 7-million-square-foot World Trade Center Miami complex, with enough office space to fill about six commercial high-rises downtown.
Downtown Miami's commercial real estate industry, already complaining about the port's development designs creating competition in a glutted office market, howled at the proposal once word of it began making the rounds.
Port executives cautioned against putting too much stock in the Oppenheim study, saying it was just to show the site's potential as PortMiami launched a global search for developers to make their own proposals.
That search apparently began in January, when port director Bill Johnson toured Asia with a presentation based on Oppenheim's soccer-free plan. You can see the PowerPoint touting Oppenheim's vision by clicking here.