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Port charts course to expand capacity

Port charts course to expand capacity

PortMiami, well aware of its attractive location, has plans to accommodate more ships – and cruise lines. In 2013, Disney Cruise Line sailed to Miami, bringing 148,000 passengers with it. By 2015, that number had…

Design flaw stalls Flagler Street revamp

Design flaw stalls Flagler Street revamp

A flaw in design drawings has sidetracked a long-awaited rebirth of Flagler Street from Biscayne Boulevard to the Dade County Courthouse as a pedestrian-friendly promenade. Told of the snafu, Downtown Development Authority directors vowed to…

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Condo launches slowing

Condo launches slowing

The downtown and Brickell condo market has seen more new units ready to occupy this year than it did this far into in 2014, but…

Science museum sprints to finish

Science museum sprints to finish

With $101 million raised toward a fundraising goal of $135 million and most of the exterior construction completed on the four-building complex, the $300 million…

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Open not quite a year, PortMiami Tunnel has met expectations and has exceeded some of them, said Chris Hodgkins, CEO of MAT Concessionaire LLC, its…

New luxury condos on Biscayne Boulevard

New luxury condos on Biscayne Boulevard

A developer plans to construct a mid-rise luxury condominium on busy Biscayne Boulevard with large residential units and a sweeping, curvy façade. Boulevard 57 is…

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Opinion

Go-slow governments create frustrating economic hurdles

Go-slow governments create frustrating economic hurdles

Frustration with governments’ snail’s pace has reached the point that critics now sit within government halls. New bathrooms were due in Coconut Grove’s Kennedy Park two years ago but work hasn’t begun, Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff lamented this month, and “I can’t get the administration to move on it.” The city’s Douglas Park, closed years back because its soil was contaminated decades ago, was to reopen last November, the public was told, but work hasn’t begun yet, Commissioner Francis Suarez fumed. When talking…

Profile

Brian Siegal: Guiding the region’s American Jewish Committees

Brian Siegal: Guiding the region’s American Jewish Committees

Having grown up in Birmingham, AL, as a member of its small Jewish community, Brian Siegal learned early on about civil rights and world events such as the Holocaust.  He pursued an interest in interethnic relations through his college studies and extracurricular activities. Although he attended law school and practiced for several years, he eventually made it back to his original calling to promote diversity as a source of strength and not division. As director of the American Jewish Committees Miami and…

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Real Estate

Condo launches slowing

Condo launches slowing

The downtown and Brickell condo market has seen more new units ready to occupy this year than it did this far into in 2014, but the number of units entering the pipeline has slowed, hinting…

Government

Port charts course to expand capacity

Port charts course to expand capacity

PortMiami, well aware of its attractive location, has plans to accommodate more ships – and cruise lines. In 2013, Disney Cruise Line sailed to Miami, bringing 148,000 passengers with it. By 2015, that number had…

Business & Finance

Developer’s buy of Grove garage almost done

Developer’s buy of Grove garage almost done

Ground floor retail will remain a fixture at the municipal parking garage on Oak Avenue in Coconut Grove after developer Terra takes ownership this summer. In fact, Terra says the move will attract new retailers…

Communities

New luxury condos on Biscayne Boulevard

New luxury condos on Biscayne Boulevard

A developer plans to construct a mid-rise luxury condominium on busy Biscayne Boulevard with large residential units and a sweeping, curvy façade. Boulevard 57 is an eight-story mixed-used development planned for a triangular parcel at…

Arts & Culture

Science museum sprints to finish

Science museum sprints to finish

With $101 million raised toward a fundraising goal of $135 million and most of the exterior construction completed on the four-building complex, the $300 million Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science is sprinting toward…

Education

University finance majors see big uptick

University finance majors see big uptick

The finance major in local colleges and universities continues to see an influx of students, particularly within the investment realm, and business schools point to Miami’s budding financial scene as a determining factor. “It used…

Healthcare

Medical office space healthy after facelift

Medical office space healthy after facelift

Medical office space is changing, and some of the must-haves are different than in the past, but it’s still an attractive investment, sources say. Several new prototypes have emerged in recent years. “Baptist pioneered the…

Transportation

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Open not quite a year, PortMiami Tunnel has met expectations and has exceeded some of them, said Chris Hodgkins, CEO of MAT Concessionaire LLC, its operator. The goal was to divert 16,000 vehicles per day…

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