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Renovations on Flagler Street delayed once again

Renovations on Flagler Street delayed once again

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority have once again voted to delay the resumption of renovations on Flagler Street, this time for 30 days. But some signaled that they are getting weary of the postponements.…

Major public-private building partnership advances in Brickell

Major public-private building partnership advances in Brickell

A major public-private partnership bringing a residential tower attached to a new fire station to the heart of Brickell is advancing. Miami commissioners are to consider a deal today (5/24) to expand the Rapid Transit…

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Mount Sinai Medical Center plans two major fall openings

Mount Sinai Medical Center plans two major fall openings

A new surgical tower and emergency department at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach are on track to be completed by the end…

Miami to seek $34 million Hurricane Irma repayment

Miami to seek $34 million Hurricane Irma repayment

Most people agree that Hurricane Irma walloped the City of Miami last September, but it could have been so much worse. City officials and elected…

Art Basel’s owners plan Grand Basel car show in Miami Beach

Art Basel’s owners plan Grand Basel car show in Miami Beach

The owners of Art Basel are driving a powerful new annual show to Miami. Grand Basel is to debut Feb. 22-24, 2019, at the Miami…

Dolphin Expressway getting double-decker elevated Viaduct

Dolphin Expressway getting double-decker elevated Viaduct

A new project on the Dolphin Expressway – State Road 836 – could improve access and alleviate congestion by creating a double-decker elevated bridge over…

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Opinion

Real readers still need real news, not flash, fluff and blood

Real readers still need real news, not flash, fluff and blood

Miami Today this week concludes 35 eventful years of providing vital news that you seldom, if ever, find elsewhere.Back in 1983 we competed with three county-wide newspapers with a combined daily circulation of well over 600,000, so finding those unique but impactful reports that made a real difference to thoughtful, well-placed readers was difficult.Today, with the sole remaining daily newspaper’s print circulation about a tenth of that 600,000 of 35 years ago, the difficulty isn’t finding the important exclusives but…

Profile

Patrick Goddard: President sees bright future elsewhere too for Brightline

Patrick Goddard: President sees bright future elsewhere too for Brightline

As President and CEO Patrick Goddard prepared for Brightline’s first week of Miami service, he told Miami Today that South Florida is only the beginning for Brightline’s luxury passenger rail service.“I am here to prove the concept of private investment into public infrastructure works,” Mr. Goddard said. “Then I am looking for other opportunities around the country to take our concept.” Brightline is looking to use existing transit corridors to connect city pairs that are too close for planes yet too…

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Real Estate

City swap, three-tower development on Miami River cast adrift

City swap, three-tower development on Miami River cast adrift

A complicated deal to gain a new office complex for the City of Miami in exchange for a triple tower private development on the Miami River is not as advanced as recently proclaimed. In fact,…

Government

Miami to seek $34 million Hurricane Irma repayment

Miami to seek $34 million Hurricane Irma repayment

Most people agree that Hurricane Irma walloped the City of Miami last September, but it could have been so much worse. City officials and elected leaders have used words like “wake-up call” to characterize Hurricane…

Business & Finance

South Florida commercial insurance rates ‘dodged bullet’

South Florida commercial insurance rates ‘dodged bullet’

South Florida’s commercial insurance rates have “dodged a bullet” after weathering a series of natural disasters. It was expected for rates to spike from 10% to 25% in 2018, but after the first quarter, the…

Communities

County looks at regulating bike-sharing companies

County looks at regulating bike-sharing companies

Something must be done to regulate bike-sharing companies like LimeBike, which have thousands of bikes scattered across the county, Miami-Dade Commissioner Javier Souto told the Economic Development and Transportation Committee last week. “Neighbors complain about…

Arts & Culture

Art Basel’s owners plan Grand Basel car show in Miami Beach

Art Basel’s owners plan Grand Basel car show in Miami Beach

The owners of Art Basel are driving a powerful new annual show to Miami. Grand Basel is to debut Feb. 22-24, 2019, at the Miami Beach Convention Center, slated to reopen this September after renovations.…

Education

Miami Dade College may run Olympia Theater, get housing

Miami Dade College may run Olympia Theater, get housing

Miami commissioners are looking to Miami Dade College to run the vintage 1926 Olympia Theater downtown. Ken Russell’s resolution for the city manager to explore the idea is on tap at today’s (4/12) commission meeting.…

Healthcare

Mount Sinai Medical Center plans two major fall openings

Mount Sinai Medical Center plans two major fall openings

A new surgical tower and emergency department at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach are on track to be completed by the end of November. Construction on a free-standing emergency department in Hialeah,…

Transportation

Dolphin Expressway getting double-decker elevated Viaduct

Dolphin Expressway getting double-decker elevated Viaduct

A new project on the Dolphin Expressway – State Road 836 – could improve access and alleviate congestion by creating a double-decker elevated bridge over the existing highway, tentatively named the Viaduct, along one of…

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