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Miami dinosaur park plan goes extinct

Miami dinosaur park plan goes extinct

Plans for an entertainment complex at Zoo Miami have evolved – it won’t include life-sized dinosaur reconstructions. Miami-Dade officials and two companies that had applied to develop an entertainment area at the county-owned zoo were…

Miami tops US in foreclosures

Miami tops US in foreclosures

Despite a year-to-year decrease in foreclosure filings, Miami still has the nation’s highest metro foreclosure rate: 1.65% of all housing units (one in 61) with a foreclosure filing during the first half of the year,…

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200 paid internships due in key industries

200 paid internships due in key industries

A coalition of six area colleges and universities and Miami-Dade public schools is working together to create 200 new paid internships to place students in…

Will Ocean Drive become Ocean Walk?

Will Ocean Drive become Ocean Walk?

Ocean Drive between Fifth and 14th streets might soon look very different. The City of Miami Beach is considering changes to favor pedestrians, improve the…

Rooftop veggie garden next condo amenity

Rooftop veggie garden next condo amenity

Cassa Brickell, a development from the Solution Group, is to break ground at its Brickell site in October. But the boutique 81-unit residential development will…

Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

In Miami’s Greater Downtown, the Brickell and Edgewater areas are experiencing the greatest growth of residential units. Development and construction isn’t anything new to Miami…

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Opinion

With railway’s benefits so great, don’t get left at the station

With railway’s benefits so great, don’t get left at the station

A plan for privately-built fast passenger rail linking Miami and Orlando offers such great benefits here that you’d think it would be all aboard with All Aboard Florida. Imagine cashing in on Disney visitors who’d like to spend time in Miami too. The station complex would revitalize downtown’s neglected west side. Trips to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando would become easier and less costly. Downtown residents who aim to live without cars could get around the state. And the…

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Profile: Enrique Suarez

Profile: Enrique Suarez

How many delivery points are there in Miami to mail a letter to? North of 700,000. And six days a week – excluding major holidays – the United States Postal Service (USPS) is delivering to all those delivery points. In Miami Postmaster Enrique M. Suarez’s 30 years, since he started as a letter carrier right out of school, the postal service has changed.  But as the postal service has changed, Greater Miami has changed right along with it. As it turns out,…

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Real Estate

Rooftop veggie garden next condo amenity

Rooftop veggie garden next condo amenity

Cassa Brickell, a development from the Solution Group, is to break ground at its Brickell site in October. But the boutique 81-unit residential development will have something that isn’t commonly seen in Miami – a…

Government

Will Ocean Drive become Ocean Walk?

Will Ocean Drive become Ocean Walk?

Ocean Drive between Fifth and 14th streets might soon look very different. The City of Miami Beach is considering changes to favor pedestrians, improve the visibility of art deco architecture and attract both visitors and…

Business & Finance

200 paid internships due in key industries

200 paid internships due in key industries

A coalition of six area colleges and universities and Miami-Dade public schools is working together to create 200 new paid internships to place students in local industries deemed to have the most potential for future…

Communities

Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

In Miami’s Greater Downtown, the Brickell and Edgewater areas are experiencing the greatest growth of residential units. Development and construction isn’t anything new to Miami but as certain areas get built out, focus shifts from…

Arts & Culture

Art Basel shuns reduced space offer

Art Basel shuns reduced space offer

As Miami Beach moves forward toward its Miami Beach Convention Center renovation for 2016-2018, major conventions and shows have already said they can’t work within the city’s parameters. IDEA, a textile show, and Cruise Shipping…

Education

Vast housing construction in FIU’s plans

Vast housing construction in FIU’s plans

A conceptual plan for the expansion of Florida International University into Tamiami Park calls for more than 1.2 million square feet of student and faculty housing. A draft of the plan was used for part…

Healthcare

Carnival Cruises treats ill staff in house

Carnival Cruises treats ill staff in house

Carnival Cruise Lines’ on-site medical facility for Miami-based employees has seen nearly 300 employees since it opened in June. For Miami-based Carnival employees, non-emergency medical needs can now be taken care of at the office.…

Transportation

Leaks fixed, port tunnel opening due

Leaks fixed, port tunnel opening due

Working through embarrassing delays, builders of the PortMiami Tunnel now say the $1 billion engineering behemoth beneath Biscayne Bay could open in three weeks. That would be the first week of August, more than two…

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