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53-story apartment-hotel-office tower in Omni area OK’d

53-story apartment-hotel-office tower in Omni area OK’d

A major residential-hotel-office tower is planned for the heart of the Omni neighborhood fronting Biscayne Boulevard. Owner-developer V-Downtown Inc. plans a 53-story building at 1775 Biscayne Blvd. that will offer 200 hotel rooms, 444 residences,…

SeaVee Boats return for bond source to build plant

SeaVee Boats return for bond source to build plant

It’s the second time around for $9.7 million in Miami-Dade industrial development revenue bonds for SeaVee Boats, which plans to use the money to construction of a new custom boat manufacturing plant in January. County…

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Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

One of two mixed-use residential projects planned for Miami’s Omni neighborhood won a green light from a city review board last week as the other…

Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami-Dade’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources is recommending a variance and permit for an 830-slip temporary dock for the next five Miami International Boat…

The fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse is center stage

The fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse is center stage

Further drama played out as hundreds of people packed Miami City Hall last week to debate the fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse. There was…

Brightline rail service bonds get noninvestment grade

Brightline rail service bonds get noninvestment grade

The startup luxury Brightline rail service that is now expected to link Miami with West Palm Beach by the end of March 2018 has received…

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Opinion

Follow New York’s transit lead: look to ferries plying bay

Follow New York’s transit lead: look to ferries plying bay

We’ve heard the plea for years: if only Miami had rail like New York’s subways we’d unsnarl traffic. So we crafted the Smart plan, six legs of rail to stitch the county together with a system to rival New York’s.Then two things intervened: we found that rail legs would take many years and cost many billions, and technology got ahead of us – change that in a few years might move us faster for far less than the billions we…

Profile

Nancy Klock Corey: Overseeing 19 offices of Coldwell Banker Residential

Nancy Klock Corey: Overseeing 19 offices of Coldwell Banker Residential

Nancy Klock Corey has been working in real estate her entire career. She joined the Coral Gables office of The Klock Co. Realtors as a receptionist. Her parents, Joe Klock and Mary Dot Klock, owned the company then.Today, Ms. Corey is the regional vice president of the Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s Southeast region, where she oversees operations for 20 branch and satellite offices. She also helps lead the company’s Miami Beach office. The general economy seems very strong to Ms. Corey…

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Real Estate

53-story apartment-hotel-office tower in Omni area OK’d

53-story apartment-hotel-office tower in Omni area OK’d

A major residential-hotel-office tower is planned for the heart of the Omni neighborhood fronting Biscayne Boulevard. Owner-developer V-Downtown Inc. plans a 53-story building at 1775 Biscayne Blvd. that will offer 200 hotel rooms, 444 residences,…

Government

Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

One of two mixed-use residential projects planned for Miami’s Omni neighborhood won a green light from a city review board last week as the other was deferred for more design work. Both are from The…

Business & Finance

Tried-and-true adages keynote tax reform financial advice

Tried-and-true adages keynote tax reform financial advice

With much about tax reform remaining up in the air, wealth advisors are urging their clients to proceed cautiously and keep some tried-and-true adages in mind. “We still have a long road ahead to arrive…

Communities

Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami-Dade’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources is recommending a variance and permit for an 830-slip temporary dock for the next five Miami International Boat Shows on Virginia Key with an unusual manatee protection stricture…

Arts & Culture

The fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse is center stage

The fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse is center stage

Further drama played out as hundreds of people packed Miami City Hall last week to debate the fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse. There was little agreement except on one point: the time to act…

Education

University of Miami team’s free game in name of science

University of Miami team’s free game in name of science

Two University of Miami professors have created a new mobile game in the name of science. Titled “Blues and Reds,” the puzzle game measures the players’ problem-solving abilities and has two overall objectives: to provide…

Healthcare

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health Systems is moving ahead with its major expansion plans and has earned preliminary approval from city commissioners. Phase I is set to begin next year and include construction of a cutting-edge memory…

Transportation

Brightline rail service bonds get noninvestment grade

Brightline rail service bonds get noninvestment grade

The startup luxury Brightline rail service that is now expected to link Miami with West Palm Beach by the end of March 2018 has received a non-investment grade rating on about $600 million in revenue…

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