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Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Baseball fans are preparing for the 88th All Star Game July 6-11 – it’s Miami’s first turn to host the event, which dates back to 1933 – and the Downtown Development Authority plans to leverage…

Parking authority itching to get into no-parking Beckham soccer stadium

Parking authority itching to get into no-parking Beckham soccer stadium

A planned 25,000-seat soccer stadium in Miami with no on-site parking remains a hot topic for those in charge of the city’s vast parking inventory. While the Miami Parking Authority – under the control of…

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On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

In a pilot program, the Miami Parking Authority plans to install on-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces in various lots and curbside locations.…

EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

As EL AL Israel Airlines prepares to celebrate what is perhaps the most anticipated passenger airline launch of 2017 at Miami International Airport, airline officials…

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight enters commission chamber

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight enters commission chamber

The fight to save the Coconut Grove Playhouse ends up in the lap of Miami city commissioners this week, as preservationists try to reverse a…

Retail buzz surrounds Brickell City Centre

Retail buzz surrounds Brickell City Centre

When it comes to the retail sector, much of the buzz surrounds Brickell City Centre and its retail component, which opened late last year. “Drop…

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Opinion

Mayor gutsy in sticking his neck out for 836 extension

Mayor gutsy in sticking his neck out for 836 extension

As road commutes take longer each day yet new mass transit drifts farther and farther off into the unfunded future, Mayor Carlos Giménez has taken the tough but logical step of asking Miami-Dade commissioners to override a vote to roadblock a new expressway link from West Kendall into downtown.The extension of 836 for a 15-mile curve west and then into South Dade – an extension to be funded not by taxpayers but by tollpayers on five roadways run by the…

Profile

Robert Rodriguez: Guiding NatCom to produce 1,500 videos each month

Robert Rodriguez: Guiding NatCom to produce 1,500 videos each month

In 1982, Robert Rodriguez and partner Eduardo Sarasola started NatCom, a diversified marketing communications agency that developed hundreds of marketing and media initiatives around the globe. The company, now called Natcom Global, produces and distributes thousands of short-form videos one to two minutes long to thousands of sites. The content is focused on breaking news, health, wellness, entertainment and sports.As CEO of NatCom Global, Mr. Rodriguez believes his primary role is chief cheerleader. He said NatCom Global creates a lot of…

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Real Estate

Retail buzz surrounds Brickell City Centre

Retail buzz surrounds Brickell City Centre

When it comes to the retail sector, much of the buzz surrounds Brickell City Centre and its retail component, which opened late last year. “Drop a pin on Brickell City Centre and you can see…

Government

On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

In a pilot program, the Miami Parking Authority plans to install on-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces in various lots and curbside locations. Changing technology, web-based applications and the proliferation of smartphones have…

Business & Finance

County working on foreign trade zone at Miami International Airport

County working on foreign trade zone at Miami International Airport

Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department is still working to set up a foreign trade zone magnet site on Miami International Airport property, anticipating that the approval will come by the end of the summer. Officials have said…

Communities

Mixed-use Coconut Grove bayfront project to start in July

Mixed-use Coconut Grove bayfront project to start in July

The next major project to sink millions of dollars of new investment into the Coconut Grove waterfront is expected to begin next month. The long-awaited construction of a mixed-use development called The Harbour is scheduled…

Arts & Culture

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight enters commission chamber

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight enters commission chamber

The fight to save the Coconut Grove Playhouse ends up in the lap of Miami city commissioners this week, as preservationists try to reverse a decision allowing a partial demolition of the cavernous and aging…

Education

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

The Wolfsonian-FIU has issued an Invitation to Negotiate, or ITN, for the ground lease of two Miami Beach properties – The Annex, 1538 Lenox Ave., and a nearby surface parking lot at 1500 Lenox Ave.…

Healthcare

Refunding bonds for Jackson Health System saves $15 million

Refunding bonds for Jackson Health System saves $15 million

In a transaction expected to close today (6/1), Miami-Dade County is expected to sell $81.215 million in refunding bonds for Jackson Health System debt that will save the county more than $15 million in interest…

Transportation

EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

As EL AL Israel Airlines prepares to celebrate what is perhaps the most anticipated passenger airline launch of 2017 at Miami International Airport, airline officials are excitedly witnessing seats beginning to fill fast with passengers…

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