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Work starts on Miami sound stage complex

Work starts on Miami sound stage complex

Plans are moving forward for the Miami Entertainment Center, under construction in a building at 50 NW 14th St that the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency bought for $3.1 million in 2011. “We are very excited…

800 residences set above railway depot

800 residences set above railway depot

Thirty-two trains a day – 16 departures from Miami, 16 arrivals to Miami. That is the ambitious expectation for All Aboard Florida, a private venture to bring passenger rail service back to South Florida. Representatives…

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New way to move youth fair

New way to move youth fair

After voters approved potential expansion of Florida International University onto county land where the annual Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition is held, county officials are…

Downtown bridge openings broke rules

Downtown bridge openings broke rules

The battle of the bridge has been joined, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development authority learned Friday. In September, authority chair and Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff…

Marine Stadium traffic worries Key Biscayne

Marine Stadium traffic worries Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne’s new mayor is willing to support the renovation of iconic Miami Marine Stadium but she’s worried about the venture bringing major new development…

Electric car race a $10 million generator

Electric car race a $10 million generator

A formula E (for electric) race event set for March 13-14, 2015, will generate $10 million in direct spending, 240 direct and 2,000 indirect jobs;…

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Opinion

Time-out lets city do right thing at Miami Marine Stadium

Time-out lets city do right thing at Miami Marine Stadium

Give credit where it’s due: Miami’s commission was on target when it sidetracked a revival of Miami Marine Stadium. The deal came out of the blue, changed too fast and had far too many questionable loose ends. The city for so long has been a poor steward of its lands that we might have expected a repeat last week, with commissioners rushing into something all of us would soon regret. Wisely, they made sure it didn’t happen again. Instead, City Manager Daniel…

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Profile: Leoncio de la Peña

Profile: Leoncio de la Peña

Having been an animated debater in his younger years, Leo de la Peña thought he’d enjoy being a litigator. He was correct and finds the work comes naturally and is one of the great passions of his life.  Mr. de la Peña has been an attorney since 1984, concentrating his practice on business litigation for national and international clients. He spends a lot of time traveling and said there’s never a boring day in his line of business. The practice of…

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Real Estate

800 residences set above railway depot

800 residences set above railway depot

Thirty-two trains a day – 16 departures from Miami, 16 arrivals to Miami. That is the ambitious expectation for All Aboard Florida, a private venture to bring passenger rail service back to South Florida. Representatives…

Government

Marine Stadium traffic worries Key Biscayne

Marine Stadium traffic worries Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne’s new mayor is willing to support the renovation of iconic Miami Marine Stadium but she’s worried about the venture bringing major new development to Virginia Key and clogging the village’s one and only…

Business & Finance

Giant Badia Spices to expand

Badia Spices Inc. – a spice manufacturer whose products can be found on the shelves in Publix, Walmart, Winn-Dixie and other markets – wants to open a second distribution facility to meet growing product demand.…

Communities

Electric car race a $10 million generator

Electric car race a $10 million generator

A formula E (for electric) race event set for March 13-14, 2015, will generate $10 million in direct spending, 240 direct and 2,000 indirect jobs; and will attract 25,000 visitors, its promoter told Miami’s Downtown…

Arts & Culture

Big Art Basel influx on way

Big Art Basel influx on way

With 267 galleries exhibiting works of more than 400 artists this year, “the fair has grown dramatically over 13 years, as far as participation of galleries, and attendance has increased year after year,” said Robert…

Education

New way to move youth fair

New way to move youth fair

After voters approved potential expansion of Florida International University onto county land where the annual Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition is held, county officials are now seeking a new site for the fair. Only, this…

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

Downtown bridge openings broke rules

Downtown bridge openings broke rules

The battle of the bridge has been joined, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development authority learned Friday. In September, authority chair and Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff alleged that tenders of bridges, including the Brickell Avenue Bridge,…

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