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Marlins, county to arbitrate ballpark costs

Marlins, county to arbitrate ballpark costs

The Miami Marlins have given the county their final expense claims for building the baseball team’s Little Havana home – after three full seasons in the stadium. The Marlins say $110.9 million should be counted…

Miami companies tap into Arab Health showcase

A South Miami-Dade municipality and a private company that’s working on a mixed-use project in North Miami-Dade have submitted separate applications to the county seeking taxpayer funds to cover infrastructure costs that are part of…

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NY developer plans Wynwood hotel

NY developer plans Wynwood hotel

New York developer Sonny Bazbaz wants to build a hotel in Wynwood. Miami’s Urban Development Review Board last week recommended approval of his mixed-use project…

Big-box retail site sold for $64 million

After years in the commercial real estate business, one knows when to take advantage of a great offer, said Ignacio Garcia Du-Quesne, former developer of…

836 express buses start in 2019

836 express buses start in 2019

Plans to provide express bus service on the Dolphin Expressway are moving forward as buses are to start running on the route in 2019. The…

State loan triggers pollution clean-up

State loan triggers pollution clean-up

In an effort to further advance economic recovery and growth in the City of Miami, commissioners accepted a grant from the National Resource Network, part…

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Opinion

A Miami day of achievements that mostly went unheralded

A Miami day of achievements that mostly went unheralded

The barrage of bad news that hits us from every side every day has so jaundiced Miamians that it’s hard to realize that most of what is going on around us – the things that directly affect us and our community – is actually positive. Is it human nature that makes us look at the glass half empty instead of far more than half full? Or is it media that only seem to select as news negative aberrations from the norm? When, after…

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Profile: Carlos Fausto Miranda

Profile: Carlos Fausto Miranda

Carlos Fausto Miranda does not distinguish between his commercial real estate brokerage and civic involvement. He considers his business a platform for social change. Mr. Miranda is on a quest to build for Miami what he describes as an interesting patchwork of socially and culturally vibrant, sustainable, unique signature neighborhoods that can assert international recognition. In that pursuit, he has helped organize grassroots efforts to support amending the city parking requirement for small new buildings within walking distance of corridors like Calle…

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Real Estate

Big-box retail site sold for $64 million

After years in the commercial real estate business, one knows when to take advantage of a great offer, said Ignacio Garcia Du-Quesne, former developer of the proposed retail and office project Bayview Market in the…

Government

State loan triggers pollution clean-up

State loan triggers pollution clean-up

In an effort to further advance economic recovery and growth in the City of Miami, commissioners accepted a grant from the National Resource Network, part of the federal government’s Strong Cities, Strong Communities initiative. The…

Business & Finance

Film studio deals for 160 county acres

Film studio deals for 160 county acres

If all goes as planned, a mammoth studio complex comprising 11 sound stages and 1.5 billion cubic feet of water in 10 giant tanks, as well as office and production space, will rise on 160…

Communities

NY developer plans Wynwood hotel

NY developer plans Wynwood hotel

New York developer Sonny Bazbaz wants to build a hotel in Wynwood. Miami’s Urban Development Review Board last week recommended approval of his mixed-use project at 2110 N Miami Ave. His attorney, Iris Escarra, told…

Arts & Culture

Absentees own most county condos

Absentees own most county condos

Miami-Dade County is home to a growing number of condominiums, most of which are held by absentee owners. Based on county data that show the number of homestead exemptions claimed on residences, more than half…

Education

FIU deals with multiple Macau universities

FIU deals with multiple Macau universities

Ongoing efforts within Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management to collaborate with universities in Macau, one of the world’s foremost gaming and tourism destinations, took another step forward with the return…

Healthcare

Miami companies tap into Arab Health showcase

A South Miami-Dade municipality and a private company that’s working on a mixed-use project in North Miami-Dade have submitted separate applications to the county seeking taxpayer funds to cover infrastructure costs that are part of…

Transportation

836 express buses start in 2019

836 express buses start in 2019

Plans to provide express bus service on the Dolphin Expressway are moving forward as buses are to start running on the route in 2019. The $38 million project includes two park-and-ride facilities, a bus terminal…

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