05/07/2012 08:56 am ET Updated Jul 07, 2012

Real Estate Sales Near Marlins Park Off To A Slow Start

Early indications are if you build it, they will come to the ballpark -- but not necessarily invest in the real estate in the surrounding area.

The residential real estate resale market around the new $634 million Marlins Park is off to a slow start, just like Miami's namesake Major League Baseball team that opened its season in April amid widespread optimism in the city's Little Havana neighborhood.