I corrected the photo based upon a suggestion from an astute reader:
A simple count of the conceptually placed buildings (what could be, not what will actually occur) shows only 21 'structures' placed inside the current PBay borders. 32 conceptual buildings (many larger than what is within PBay) are located in land outside of Palmetto Bay. This means that only about 40% of the DRFT concepts are located within PBay, 60% of the DRFT is planned on land PBay currently has no jurisdiction.
This also means that the overall promises of the increased tax base are significantly diminished should PBay not be successful in annexing the land west of the southbound US1 lanes.
Take a close look at the conceptual model to gain an appreciation as to how much of the overall developmental plan lies outside of existing Palmetto Bay boundaries. This would not be an easy or quick annexation application to capture this outlying commercial tax base. I doubt that Miami-Dade County would simply turn over this land without significant extractions.