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Russian ruble’s skip hits Miami realty market

Residential brokers who help Russians find homes in Miami say the plunging value of the ruble will probably affect their clients in a variety of ways, including apprehension over buying and renting here alongside higher…

South Florida electric costs 17% cheaper

South Florida electric costs 17% cheaper

The Miami area, which consistently has paid far less than the national average for electricity, saw the gap widen even more in November. In November 2013 the Miami area was paying 11.5% less than the…

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77-story downtown tower advances

77-story downtown tower advances

The Holiday Inn downtown is checking out to make way for a 77-story mixed-use tower on the prime real estate along Biscayne Boulevard. The skyscraper…

East-west passenger rail for Miami?

In an effort to alleviate traffic in the county, a Miami-Dade transportation planning organization is looking into whether existing freight tracks could be used for…

European realty buyers thin out

European realty buyers thin out

Economic changes on both sides of the pond have changed the profile of European buyers in the Miami housing market, where they are not as…

Marlins store lands at airport

Marlins store lands at airport

After months of planning, a Miami Marlins affiliate opened a small but merchandise-packed retail operation at Miami International Airport on Saturday. The 244-square-foot store is…

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Opinion

Our future’s easy to forecast if nothing happens (but it will)

Our future’s easy to forecast if nothing happens (but it will)

Two weeks ago – before the Obama-Castro deal – a friend at dinner asked how I saw Miami in five years. Not having a crystal ball, my forecast began “I’m good for five minutes, but not for five years.” I explained it like this: if he could tell me what would happen with interest rates and the global economy, Ebola and other epidemics, rising sea levels, terrorism, war and peace, our local transportation crisis and what was coming in Cuba, then…

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Profile: Bill Johnson

Profile: Bill Johnson

As director of one of the largest public utilities in the United States, Bill Johnson is responsible for supplying Miami-Dade County residents, businesses and visitors with high-quality drinking water and wastewater disposal services while overseeing a $13.5 billion capital program. Some projects are completed and others added, with the entire program scheduled for completion within 15 to 20 years. Pieces of it deal with expanding both freshwater and wastewater; and substantive amounts of work must be done in compliance with state…

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Real Estate

European realty buyers thin out

European realty buyers thin out

Economic changes on both sides of the pond have changed the profile of European buyers in the Miami housing market, where they are not as prevalent as they once were. Brokers long active on the…

Government

City rejection, but Worldcenter rolls ahead

City rejection, but Worldcenter rolls ahead

Developers and designers of Miami Worldcenter met sharp criticism Dec. 17 from the city’s Urban Development Review Board, which then rejected the design – a move likely to hasten rather than derail the project. Board…

Business & Finance

Marlins store lands at airport

Marlins store lands at airport

After months of planning, a Miami Marlins affiliate opened a small but merchandise-packed retail operation at Miami International Airport on Saturday. The 244-square-foot store is right in front of Gate D28, according to Claude Delorme,…

Communities

77-story downtown tower advances

77-story downtown tower advances

The Holiday Inn downtown is checking out to make way for a 77-story mixed-use tower on the prime real estate along Biscayne Boulevard. The skyscraper will rise across from Bayside Marketplace, be adjacent to Bayfront…

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

East-west passenger rail for Miami?

In an effort to alleviate traffic in the county, a Miami-Dade transportation planning organization is looking into whether existing freight tracks could be used for a future passenger train. The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is…

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