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Commercial, industrial loan pool grows

Commercial, industrial loan pool grows

As commercial and industrial lending continues to increase, some Miami bankers wonder if the industry might lending its way into trouble. They say competition has heated up as South Florida lenders, hurt by the residential…

Arsht Center seeks playhouse deal intermission

Arsht Center seeks playhouse deal intermission

Arsht Trust Chairman Mike Eidson wants Miami-Dade County to stop its process of choosing an architectural firm to design a renovated Coconut Grove Playhouse and wait until the end of September, when he expects the…

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Book publishers tell South Florida stories

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

South Florida produces more than enough happenings to keep a book publisher busy for years. At the moment, there just aren’t that many local publishers…

Trade financing flows for small business

Trade financing flows for small business

With an extremely high percentage of small and medium-sized business in South Florida, it’s unsurprising that they account for a significant portion of the area’s…

Car dealers roll to better days

Car dealers roll to better days

During the recession, with sales of new cars drastically reduced and manufacturers cutting back on production, auto dealerships had a rough ride. Closings and consolidations…

‘Art Basel’ of design world headed to Beach

Maison & Objet, a high-end show coming to Miami Beach May 12-15, is the Art Basel of the design world, observers say. And, like the…

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Opinion

Yes, Pamela, more true thinkers do come to Miami than flee

Yes, Pamela, more true thinkers do come to Miami than flee

A flock of folks have been all atwitter about an opinion piece by a former Miamian that essentially says we’re a city of birdbrains. Pamela Druckerman carefully researched her piece that ran in the New York Times this month by recalling her childhood, talking with not only several friends but at least two academics, and looking around during a two-week vacation visit. She noted that we’re so shallow that “when I left for college, I put Miami behind me, and tried to…

Profile

Profile: Tamara Wendt

Profile: Tamara Wendt

The LAB offers a space in Wynwood for a spectrum of companies to work side by side, or office to desk, and learn from one another. The idea is to facilitate a newer and progressive work environment in Greater Miami where legacy companies can work alongside and help – and learn from – the startups in the area.  In the past year and a half, the LAB has hosted everything from summer tech camps to educational programming to yoga classes. To…

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Real Estate

FedEx may contend for county land deal

Miami-Dade wants to develop 125 acres of county-owned land as either an upscale industrial park or a school campus. Already, FedEx has expressed interest in the South Miami-Dade property adjacent to the Homestead Air Reserve…

Government

Arsht Center seeks playhouse deal intermission

Arsht Center seeks playhouse deal intermission

Arsht Trust Chairman Mike Eidson wants Miami-Dade County to stop its process of choosing an architectural firm to design a renovated Coconut Grove Playhouse and wait until the end of September, when he expects the…

Business & Finance

Trade financing flows for small business

Trade financing flows for small business

With an extremely high percentage of small and medium-sized business in South Florida, it’s unsurprising that they account for a significant portion of the area’s export-import sector. Obtaining trade financing for a small and medium-sized…

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

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

South Florida produces more than enough happenings to keep a book publisher busy for years. At the moment, there just aren’t that many local publishers to take on the stories, though over the years independent…

Education

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

South Florida produces more than enough happenings to keep a book publisher busy for years. At the moment, there just aren’t that many local publishers to take on the stories, though over the years independent…

Healthcare

Obamacare paradox in Florida

Obamacare paradox in Florida

In the first year of “Obamacare,” Florida led the nation in having the most new private health insurance enrollees per capita, yet the Sunshine State still has one of the nation’s highest percentages of uninsured,…

Transportation

Car dealers roll to better days

Car dealers roll to better days

During the recession, with sales of new cars drastically reduced and manufacturers cutting back on production, auto dealerships had a rough ride. Closings and consolidations were rife. But experts say those that remain are now…

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