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Vote could replace county courthouse

Vote could replace county courthouse

Miami-Dade voters might be asked to cast ballots this fall on whether the county should issue general obligation bonds to fund a new courthouse. With a 10-0 vote, commissioners Tuesday directed staff to come back…

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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BB&T sells foreclosed offices to Kislak

BB&T sells foreclosed offices to Kislak

BB&T Bank sold most of an office condo building at 14750 NW 77th Court in Miami Lakes relatively quickly to the Kislak Organization for $6.2…

20-story tower, marina target Terminal Island City

Miami Beach’s Terminal Island may get a facelift. A proposed development agreement is in the works with the goal of an October presentation to the…

Bus tour kiosks OK’d for boulevard median

Bus tour kiosks OK’d for boulevard median

Among several bus tour businesses rounding the pavement in Miami, only one company took advantage of a special offer to boost its ridership downtown –…

Honest, says Island Gardens, we’re working

Honest, says Island Gardens, we’re working

The developer of the Island Gardens resort and marina says not only has it commenced work on the long-awaited project but its site on Watson…

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Opinion

County pilots Airport City toward high-cost crash landing

County pilots Airport City toward high-cost crash landing

Airport City began as a model to help fund a $6.2 billion Miami International Airport expansion. Today it’s the poster boy for failed contracts that raise costs in other bidding countywide. Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department has decided use of a developer at Miami International Airport for this multi-use project to fuel airport spending at no county cost should be scrapped to let the county do the developing and the spending itself. That 180-degree change in flight plan came only after six years of…

Profile

Profile: Andres Moreno

Profile: Andres Moreno

Andres Moreno, founder and CEO of Open English, is helping to build up Miami’s tech scene with his Latin America language company. After speaking at the inaugural eMerge Americas Techweek this year and working with startups in Greater Miami, he’s betting on the region that acts as the US home for Open English. With over 200,000 students enrolled since the company began in 2007, and 95,000 in the past year, the online language education platform is quickly accelerating to the top…

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Real Estate

20-story tower, marina target Terminal Island City

Miami Beach’s Terminal Island may get a facelift. A proposed development agreement is in the works with the goal of an October presentation to the city commission for a 20-story tower with 60-plus residential units,…

Government

Honest, says Island Gardens, we’re working

Honest, says Island Gardens, we’re working

The developer of the Island Gardens resort and marina says not only has it commenced work on the long-awaited project but its site on Watson Island will be ready to host mega yachts at the…

Business & Finance

BB&T sells foreclosed offices to Kislak

BB&T sells foreclosed offices to Kislak

BB&T Bank sold most of an office condo building at 14750 NW 77th Court in Miami Lakes relatively quickly to the Kislak Organization for $6.2 million, giving the private real estate company ownership of more…

Communities

Bus tour kiosks OK’d for boulevard median

Bus tour kiosks OK’d for boulevard median

Among several bus tour businesses rounding the pavement in Miami, only one company took advantage of a special offer to boost its ridership downtown – with the city’s help. The Miami Parking Authority selected City…

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

Suburban sprawl also hits waistlines, UM research finds

Suburban sprawl also hits waistlines, UM research finds

In Miami-Dade County, the farther away from the central business district you live, the less likely you are to walk. For every mile away from downtown the amount of walking among county residents decreases, reports…

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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