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Skyrise observation tower reshapes bayfront

Skyrise observation tower reshapes bayfront

For the first time in many years, the Miami waterfront is changing its form. You can thank developer Jeff Berkowitz, president of Berkowitz Development Group. Workers are busy reshaping the area that shoots off the…

Beach offices win in niche environment

Beach offices win in niche environment

Miami Beach’s office market is evolving along with the city itself, say brokers who work there. “Miami Beach was one of the pioneers of walkability and urbanism,” said Tere Blanca, founder, president and chief executive…

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County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

Miami-Dade won’t collect what an appraisal says is 187% more than it now does on four waterfront acres behind American Airlines Arena. Commissioners were to…

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Miami commissioners had been debating for almost an hour which two new trolley routes to select when Marc Sarnoff, who’d left last week’s meeting for…

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last September expressed frustration that, in defiance of an agreement hammered out years ago, bridges that serve downtown are…

Bus factory site hunt in high gear

Bus factory site hunt in high gear

Plans are moving ahead for two Turkish brothers who plan to open a bus manufacturing facility in Miami-Dade County. In March, Claude and Jan Nahum…

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Opinion

How a small dinner for out-of-towners could elevate Miami

How a small dinner for out-of-towners could elevate Miami

A sea change might have washed over Miami last week, seen by few but destined to alter our psyche and image as only a handful of events ever do. That’s a very tall order for a single dinner at a mid-size venue on Miami Beach for mostly out-of-towners. Yet the awarding of the globally recognized Pritzker Architecture Prize at the New World Center in Miami Beach, an event of global impact, could still raise Miami’s perceived, and actual, cultural level. Did events surrounding…

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Michael Wohl: Developing affordable housing to fill vast shortfall

Michael Wohl: Developing affordable housing to fill vast shortfall

Michael Wohl has been interested in real estate development ever since he can remember. His father, an attorney turned apartment developer, was responsible for the master planning of Brickell Avenue in the mid-’50s. Following in his footsteps, Mr. Wohl became a lawyer and practiced until entering commercial real estate in 1990. Today, as one of the partners in Pinnacle Housing Group, he develops affordable housing. It’s a wonderful way to spend his work days, Mr. Wohl said, because he’s doing well…

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Real Estate

Courthouse partnership deal advancing

Courthouse partnership deal advancing

Miami-Dade County officials who have been analyzing the best options for a new civil courthouse now await guidance on public-private partnerships as well as a long-range master plan update of the historic building’s needs. The…

Government

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

Miami-Dade won’t collect what an appraisal says is 187% more than it now does on four waterfront acres behind American Airlines Arena. Commissioners were to raise fees Tuesday to do business on the county-owned site…

Business & Finance

Bus factory site hunt in high gear

Bus factory site hunt in high gear

Plans are moving ahead for two Turkish brothers who plan to open a bus manufacturing facility in Miami-Dade County. In March, Claude and Jan Nahum of Karsan U.S.A. announced their ambition of establishing a plant…

Communities

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Miami commissioners had been debating for almost an hour which two new trolley routes to select when Marc Sarnoff, who’d left last week’s meeting for an outside event and returned, changed the whole debate with…

Arts & Culture

Vote paves way for Bass Museum to expand

Vote paves way for Bass Museum to expand

By Christina Cepero Umpierre The Bass Museum of Art on Miami Beach will close Sunday until fall 2016 to increase programming space by 47.5% on its existing footprint with a $7.5 million city grant. The…

Education

Expo center focuses on training area workers

Expo center focuses on training area workers

The development firm bringing Miami its first hotel and expo center is not only providing hundreds of new jobs but is a partner in training the employees who will one day work at the facility.…

Healthcare

First 45 FIU Physician Assistant slots filled

First 45 FIU Physician Assistant slots filled

Only 45 were chosen out of nearly 700 who applied for Florida International University’s inaugural graduate physician assistant (PA) program, which is set to begin this fall. The 27-month master’s program conducted by the university’s…

Transportation

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last September expressed frustration that, in defiance of an agreement hammered out years ago, bridges that serve downtown are being opened during times when they should remain locked down…

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