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Wynwood seeks proposals to hire ‘ambassador’ service

Wynwood seeks proposals to hire ‘ambassador’ service

In their continuing quest to make the area cleaner and more tourist-friendly, directors of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) have requested proposals to hire an “ambassador” service. Ambassadors would direct tourists, give out maps,…

Would-be Miami Marine Stadium operators tell what they’d do

Would-be Miami Marine Stadium operators tell what they’d do

When it comes to a restored and reopened Miami Marine Stadium, major unanswered questions include: Who will operate the venue and what will it be used for? Three groups showing an interest in operating the…

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New seafood restaurant parking itself in Marlins Park garage

New seafood restaurant parking itself in Marlins Park garage

A new seafood restaurant is coming to East Little Havana, opening in one of the retail spots in the city-owned parking garages hugging Marlins Park.…

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

The Florida Department of Transportation, which began a year-long repaving and resurfacing of Southeast Second Avenue from Southeast Second to Fourth streets and Biscayne Boulevard…

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

The strength of downtown’s retail market and its spiraling leasing rates have pushed merchants and restaurateurs farther north, observers say. Though she agrees that Edgewater…

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

After Hurricane Irma battered it, the City of Homestead’s composting facility – which was expected to come back online by the end of August after…

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Opinion

Why ignore efficiency, effectiveness in funding charities?

Why ignore efficiency, effectiveness in funding charities?

It’s hard for charities to win county aid, but once they get it, they get it forever.That’s true no matter how effective or ineffective a group is, or how its services meet actual local needs. What’s in place stays in place.For more than a decade a roster of impressive charities – which the county terms community-based organizations – have tried in vain to enter the ranks of groups that get Miami-Dade budget funds. The same groups always divide the money,…

Profile

Norman Braman: Prepares for opening of Institute of Contemporary Art

Norman Braman: Prepares for opening of Institute of Contemporary Art

In Norman Braman’s conference room you will find those things closest to his heart: a revolutionary war flag from 1777 and a framed, handwritten note from his granddaughter, reminding him to always fight for what he believes in. Mr. Braman says he has no patience for those who complain about local issues but do not interfere, fearing backlash: ‘I fight for what I believe in – I’m not afraid,’ he said. His love for his country is deep, but not blind; Mr.…

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Real Estate

Turkish developers plan 73-story downtown Miami tower

Turkish developers plan 73-story downtown Miami tower

A surface parking lot in the heart of downtown Miami is destined for new heights – Turkish developers plan a 73-story tower to be called The Sterling. The nearly 966-foot tower is to be home…

Government

New seafood restaurant parking itself in Marlins Park garage

New seafood restaurant parking itself in Marlins Park garage

A new seafood restaurant is coming to East Little Havana, opening in one of the retail spots in the city-owned parking garages hugging Marlins Park. Casablanca at Marlins Park will be at 1546 NW Seventh…

Business & Finance

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

The strength of downtown’s retail market and its spiraling leasing rates have pushed merchants and restaurateurs farther north, observers say. Though she agrees that Edgewater and areas north benefit from the popularity of the central…

Communities

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

After Hurricane Irma battered it, the City of Homestead’s composting facility – which was expected to come back online by the end of August after a year-long pause in operations – has pushed back its…

Arts & Culture

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

At a bend in the Miami River, just a few blocks from downtown, developers plan to open a culinary pop-up venue next month. They say it will be a taste of what’s to eventually rise…

Education

Ransom Everglades School expansion in talks with neighbors

Ransom Everglades School expansion in talks with neighbors

Ransom Everglades School in Coconut Grove wants to expand in a big way, but concerned neighbors were successful in their plea to the city’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board to put off a decision for…

Healthcare

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Years ago, the barrier island known as Virginia Key was literally a dump, final resting place for everything from empty soup cans to broken chairs, tires to tree limbs. The remnants of dredging also got…

Transportation

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

The Florida Department of Transportation, which began a year-long repaving and resurfacing of Southeast Second Avenue from Southeast Second to Fourth streets and Biscayne Boulevard Way and the start of Biscayne Boulevard from Southeast Third…

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