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Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

The last pieces of the Faena District Miami Beach around Collins Avenue in Mid Beach went before the City of Miami Beach’s commission last week for first reading and moved forward, although any ordinance would…

Miami Beach code, preservation collide

Miami Beach code, preservation collide

Sometimes, a name says it all. The Tradewinds Apartment+Hotel, a seven-building complex in Collins Waterfront Historic District, currently offers short term rentals of less than six months and one day, providing a home to those…

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Planners sidetrack streetcar plan

Plans for a streetcar in Miami’s urban core were temporarily sidetracked after a county transportation board postponed supporting the project. The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization…

Tale of lobsters and China trade

A growing appetite in China for the Florida spiny lobster has prompted changes in the local industry affecting everyone in the supply chain from fishermen…

Matching unemployed with construction jobs

Matching unemployed with construction jobs

A local nonprofit, a builders’ trade association and a state organization that addresses workforce needs have partnered to match Miami-Dade County’s unemployed and underemployed with…

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

The last pieces of the Faena District Miami Beach around Collins Avenue in Mid Beach went before the City of Miami Beach’s commission last week…

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Opinion

City is ‘all aboard’ to combat Economic Enemy #1, gridlock

City is ‘all aboard’ to combat Economic Enemy #1, gridlock

Wonder why Miami Today last week in a single edition printed seven major articles targeting Miami’s transportation needs? If so, you should have joined several hundred real estate brokers that night. The Master Brokers Forum hosted a panel on what makes a city world class and whether Miami has already joined the elite group. Panelists agreed unanimously on just one thing: our key impediment to world-class status is transportation – rather, lack of transportation. It’s now de rigueur at any local business…

Profile

Profile: Gregory Ferrero

Profile: Gregory Ferrero

Private wealth is easy to spot in South Florida and in particular Greater Miami, where cars, clothes and more signify flush bank accounts. After a certain threshold, private wealth needs to be managed in order to ensure a sustainable lifestyle for today and generations to come. At Goldman Sachs, where the average account is $40 million – the minimum is $10 million – private wealth management has long been part of the fabric of the company. Since 1869, the firm has…

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Real Estate

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

The last pieces of the Faena District Miami Beach around Collins Avenue in Mid Beach went before the City of Miami Beach’s commission last week for first reading and moved forward, although any ordinance would…

Government

Matching unemployed with construction jobs

Matching unemployed with construction jobs

A local nonprofit, a builders’ trade association and a state organization that addresses workforce needs have partnered to match Miami-Dade County’s unemployed and underemployed with contractors that need workers at construction sites. The Neighbors and…

Business & Finance

Tale of lobsters and China trade

A growing appetite in China for the Florida spiny lobster has prompted changes in the local industry affecting everyone in the supply chain from fishermen to exporters. While the increased demand from China has been…

Communities

Piggy-banking on Coral Gables events

Piggy-banking on Coral Gables events

The Coral Gables Community Foundation has teamed up with the City of Coral Gables to establish the City of Coral Gables Gifting Fund. The fund will offer donors the opportunity to help support favorite local…

Arts & Culture

Calls for Miami museum site unrealistic, mayor says

County leaders may have their hopes set on city-owned property for building a black history museum, but Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado said their choice of sites is not realistic. Two weeks ago, Miami-Dade commissioners approved…

Education

University of Miami’s eco-friendly campus remake

University of Miami’s eco-friendly campus remake

The University of Miami is in the process of remaking its campus to be more eco-friendly as well as more responsive to the needs of students, faculty and the community at large. Last week’s groundbreaking…

Healthcare

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

The addition of eight healthcare providers – primary care physicians – has opened up about 35,200 patient slots for Jackson Health System. “We’ve done a lot of expansion in the primary care area in the…

Transportation

Planners sidetrack streetcar plan

Plans for a streetcar in Miami’s urban core were temporarily sidetracked after a county transportation board postponed supporting the project. The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) last week deferred an endorsement as board members were…

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