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Miami-Dade County navigates tough course for more marina space

Miami-Dade County navigates tough course for more marina space

With all six county-owned marinas at full capacity and an estimated planning and construction period of at least four years, it doesn’t look like Miami-Dade boaters will be getting a new marina soon. “We live…

200-room hotel for narrow Miami River slice

200-room hotel for narrow Miami River slice

The plan to build a 200-room hotel on a narrow site on the Miami River is a step closer to reality after it earned a supportive vote from the city’s Urban Development Review Board. The…

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92-story downtown tower OK’d for Miami’s skyline

92-story downtown tower OK’d for Miami’s skyline

A sleek glass tower packed with amenities and mixed uses is ready to make a lasting impression on Miami’s skyline. In doing so, One Bayfront…

Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

The preferred site for a new civil courthouse is the surface lot at the recently completed Miami-Dade County Children’s Courthouse at 155 NW Third St.,…

Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium a $40 million ticket

Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium a $40 million ticket

Planned restoration of Miami Marine Stadium is estimated to cost more than $40 million and considers a new version of a floating stage for entertainment…

Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

At the 48th annual Florida Airports Council Conference in Miami Beach this week, leaders were excited to announce Florida is among the top growing states…

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Opinion

Mayor’s about-face on transit modes is compelling logic

Mayor’s about-face on transit modes is compelling logic

Not everyone can gaze at new facts, realize he’s been chugging hard down the wrong track, admit it, and then start chugging hard in reverse.That’s what Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez has done in the past two weeks, jettisoning a dream of adding six rail corridors and saying that, for now, his new aim will be special buses for most of those corridors that we can get rolling far sooner, all in about three years instead of decades for rail.The mayor…

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Elaine Liftin: Spearheads Florida’s Council for Educational Change

Elaine Liftin: Spearheads Florida’s Council for Educational Change

As President and executive director of the statewide non-profit Council for Educational Change, Elaine Liftin has the job of embedding the organization’s mission throughout Florida: to focus on leadership to improve student achievement and address education issues.Dr. Liftin said she provides leadership and direction for the council as well as creating relationships with the business community and seeking funding for the council.  Since its inception, the Council for Educational Change has created its two most prominent programs, the three-year-long Partnership…

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Real Estate

92-story downtown tower OK’d for Miami’s skyline

92-story downtown tower OK’d for Miami’s skyline

A sleek glass tower packed with amenities and mixed uses is ready to make a lasting impression on Miami’s skyline. In doing so, One Bayfront Plaza would capture the prize as the tallest building in…

Government

Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

The preferred site for a new civil courthouse is the surface lot at the recently completed Miami-Dade County Children’s Courthouse at 155 NW Third St., according to a report Mayor Carlos Giménez sent to county…

Business & Finance

Miamians split over future of Dodd-Frank

Miamians split over future of Dodd-Frank

As rumors of reforming – and even dismantling – Dodd-Frank regulations in Washington have begun to take off, folks in Miami are just as divided as party-leaders. “The banks have had to react to a…

Communities

Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium a $40 million ticket

Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium a $40 million ticket

Planned restoration of Miami Marine Stadium is estimated to cost more than $40 million and considers a new version of a floating stage for entertainment acts. City commissioners are to hear the findings of a…

Arts & Culture

Code/Art urging girls to pursue computer science careers

Code/Art urging girls to pursue computer science careers

Code/Art, a non-profit organization that seeks to inspire girls of all backgrounds to pursue a career in computer science, has reached over 700 girls through 40 workshops during the past 18 months as part of…

Education

Universities in Miami compete to grow enrollments

Universities in Miami compete to grow enrollments

Responding to a national decline in high school graduates, universities in Miami are competing to maintain – and even grow – their application and enrollment numbers. “We’re simply… producing fewer graduates, and that has a…

Healthcare

Multiple triggers for faster rise in healthcare costs

Multiple triggers for faster rise in healthcare costs

A number of factors contribute to a current faster rise in healthcare costs, observers say. “There are fluctuations in healthcare spending from year to year, but after a slower trajectory for a few years, they…

Transportation

Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

At the 48th annual Florida Airports Council Conference in Miami Beach this week, leaders were excited to announce Florida is among the top growing states in aviation in the country, with many plans to grow…

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