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Ritz-Carlton Residences the new heartbeat

Ritz-Carlton Residences the new heartbeat

Construction is moving forward on the Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach at 4701 N. Meridian Ave., at the site of the former Miami Heart Institute. The seven-acre waterfront project comprises 111 condominium units and 15 single-family…

Young downtowners settle for less space

Young downtowners settle for less space

Not surprisingly, people are moving into residences they can afford and then adjusting to the size of their home, although residential brokers are noticing first choices often depend on the age group. “Buyers are going…

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More free Miami trolleys?

More free Miami trolleys?

Miami leaders are preparing to expand their free trolley system, which averages 12,000 riders daily. Commissioner Frank Carollo said the rubber-tired trolleys have met great…

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Developers behind some of the most notable projects in Miami-Dade County are vying to build out an area adjacent to the Douglas Road Metrorail station…

Historic site could get 36-story tower

Historic site could get 36-story tower

A historic 20-unit apartment building in Edgewater is up for sale, and hotel owners and operators have expressed interest in buying the building and turning…

60-story towers due on river

60-story towers due on river

Dual 60-story towers planned for the north bank of the Miami River are to include residential units and exclusive hotel rooms. The towers would connect…

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Opinion

To keep visitor dollars flowing in, get traffic flowing again

To keep visitor dollars flowing in, get traffic flowing again

Traffic slowdowns not only are choking business and eroding our quality of life but are increasingly barriers to growing our strong hospitality industry. While a few years ago we irrationally blamed congestion on those who vacationed or came on business, it’s now clear that more visitors merely exacerbate problems we’ve generated by skimping on mobility infrastructure. While we’ve managed to stall traffic as never before, making Miami the seventh most congested city in the US, we are also en route to stalling…

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Avra Jain: Cutting-edge developer active in 60 to 70 locations

Avra Jain: Cutting-edge developer active in 60 to 70 locations

Avra Jain is known for complete restoration of the Vagabond Hotel and being a woman in the predominantly male world of Miami development. What people might not realize is her generosity of spirit, evidenced by her pointing to others’ hard work that she says paved the way for her and the admiration she has for other developers who could be considered competition. It was while she was working on Wall Street that Ms. Jain became interested in real estate development. Since…

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Real Estate

60-story towers due on river

60-story towers due on river

Dual 60-story towers planned for the north bank of the Miami River are to include residential units and exclusive hotel rooms. The towers would connect at the top and bottom and be open in the…

Government

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Developers behind some of the most notable projects in Miami-Dade County are vying to build out an area adjacent to the Douglas Road Metrorail station near Coconut Grove. Miami-Dade government requested proposals for transit-oriented development…

Business & Finance

Miami retail climbs higher

Miami retail climbs higher

Miami moved up one spot to rank 11th in Marcus & Millichap’s National Retail Index for 2015, climbing from 12th place last year, among 46 major retail markets based on a series of 12-month variables…

Communities

Historic site could get 36-story tower

Historic site could get 36-story tower

A historic 20-unit apartment building in Edgewater is up for sale, and hotel owners and operators have expressed interest in buying the building and turning it into a hotel. The apartment building at 3300 Biscayne…

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

More free Miami trolleys?

More free Miami trolleys?

Miami leaders are preparing to expand their free trolley system, which averages 12,000 riders daily. Commissioner Frank Carollo said the rubber-tired trolleys have met great success since they started rolling in 2012. “I want to…

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