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11 new downtown hotels will nearly double rooms

11 new downtown hotels will nearly double rooms

If all are built as planned, 11 new hotels going up in Miami’s central business district over the next three years will nearly double the number of hotel rooms – from the current 3,632 to…

Strong dollar lures US visitors to Miami

Strong dollar lures US visitors to Miami

Strengthening of the dollar is bringing more domestic travelers to Miami, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau confirms, though it notes that the number of international visitors remains high. About half of Miami’s visitor…

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Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

County officials are studying sites where US Coast Guard operations could move to make way for a theme park in South Miami-Dade. “We have a…

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Imagine paying a $6 toll for the privilege of driving into Downtown Miami. City officials, frustrated by growing gridlock, are discussing using tolls to encourage…

Downtown condo rents may have peaked

Downtown condo rents may have peaked

Brokers say condo rental rates in Brickell and downtown are largely the same as six months ago and expect they will remain so or even…

Unusual partnership spurs education

Unusual partnership spurs education

To help struggling public schools, a state non-profit organization matches the schools with executives from the private sector. The organization’s work is essentially based on…

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Opinion

Miami’s strong economy broadens from ‘two-legged stool’

Miami’s strong economy broadens from ‘two-legged stool’

A Leadership Miami effort to encapsulate the structure and future of Miami’s economy ended Saturday with a shape far too nuanced to package neatly. Participants left the Gusman downtown with no roadmap to economic growth. Though they were clearly told that we’re headed for big gains, the direction and scope of diversification is far less clear. What has long been obvious is that Miami had to diversify. Six strong presentations to the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s group showed that we’ve made…

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Profile: Jean Monestime

Profile: Jean Monestime

When Jean Monestime taught in the Miami-Dade public schools, he learned from his students. He said that helps him bring to the Miami-Dade County Commission an understanding that every day, person and issue provides an opportunity to gain knowledge. As chairman, Mr. Monestime has a number of goals, including closing the income inequality gap. To that end, he established the Chairman’s Council for Prosperity Initiatives that meets monthly to hear from experts, academics and citizens.  Mr. Monestime believes wage disparity and transportation…

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Real Estate

Downtown condo rents may have peaked

Downtown condo rents may have peaked

Brokers say condo rental rates in Brickell and downtown are largely the same as six months ago and expect they will remain so or even trend down a bit as new units come on line.…

Government

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

County officials are studying sites where US Coast Guard operations could move to make way for a theme park in South Miami-Dade. “We have a lot of work to do to come up with the…

Business & Finance

11 new downtown hotels will nearly double rooms

11 new downtown hotels will nearly double rooms

If all are built as planned, 11 new hotels going up in Miami’s central business district over the next three years will nearly double the number of hotel rooms – from the current 3,632 to…

Communities

Bus kiosk or info center?

Bus kiosk or info center?

Serving as small islands of info, a few colorful kiosks added to public parking lots along Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami are attracting more than just stares. The bright, multi-colored kiosks – roughly the size…

Arts & Culture

Kevin Spacey may star in running Grove Playhouse

Kevin Spacey may star in running Grove Playhouse

When Miami-Dade’s Economic Prosperity Committee meets today (3/12) to discuss a deal with GableStage for a home at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, anything can happen. The plan, recommended by Mayor Carlos Gimenez, was for GableStage…

Education

Unusual partnership spurs education

Unusual partnership spurs education

To help struggling public schools, a state non-profit organization matches the schools with executives from the private sector. The organization’s work is essentially based on the idea of learning how to run a school somewhat…

Healthcare

Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

After a long stretch with no hits, the Miami Parking Authority has connected with a health care company that will bring medical services to the parking garages hugging Marlins ballpark in Little Havana. The city’s…

Transportation

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Imagine paying a $6 toll for the privilege of driving into Downtown Miami. City officials, frustrated by growing gridlock, are discussing using tolls to encourage more Metrorail use, hoping to get more cars off the…

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