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Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

Champions of the Miami River appreciate that the city has a working river, with vibrant marine-industrial uses up and down both banks. A working river means imports and exports, jobs, tax base and more –…

Pérez Art Museum Miami adds to growing collection, attendance

Pérez Art Museum Miami adds to growing collection, attendance

Officials at the Pérez Art Museum Miami have been working all year, acquiring hundreds of new pieces for the carefully crafted and sometimes endearingly local permanent collection, showcasing art exhibitions that transcend visitors’ ideas of…

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Bayside Marketplace lays out plans for expansion

Bayside Marketplace lays out plans for expansion

The new Bayside Marketplace downtown will be extraordinary, said Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado, who was invited to the open air market on Biscayne Bay on…

Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years

Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years

Young professionals are increasingly making their homes in the central business district, says a new report by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority: the population has increased…

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance turns corner

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance turns corner

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance wavered a bit at the start of the year and then improved progressively from May to July by 4.9%, a trend…

New World Symphony’s fellowship program a career builder

New World Symphony’s fellowship program a career builder

Students who enter the New World Symphony’s fellowship program based in Miami Beach already have demonstrated a mastery of music. By the time they leave,…

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Opinion

Don’t leave a creative solution to transit sitting at the station

Don’t leave a creative solution to transit sitting at the station

A creative proposal to fund six light rail lines to fill out Miami-Dade’s transit skeleton and loosen gridlock’s economic chokehold has too much potential to sidetrack. It should be a highball express. Last week, however, the county committee that aims to speed new transportation left the plan sitting in the station. Only Commissioner Xavier Suarez even showed up, leaving a vital solution at the starting gate. That’s a shame, because even if the forward-looking route mapped by Esteban Bovo Jr. wins committee…

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Frank Steslow: Restoring credibility as Frost Museum of Science rises

Frank Steslow: Restoring credibility as Frost Museum of Science rises

When the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science opens its new facility in downtown Miami in the first quarter of 2017, Frank Steslow said that’s just the beginning of a collaborative relationship with the community. He was named president July 1 and said his goal is to build back credibility with those with whom a partnership had been established and continue building on it. The complicated project of constructing this museum has many moving parts, Mr. Steslow said, and many…

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Real Estate

Turning Brickell condos into a rental cash source tricky

Turning Brickell condos into a rental cash source tricky

For years, local and international investors have been turning to Brickell condos as a safe place to put their money and make a profit by renting units. But the exact process of turning a condo…

Government

New control center battles traffic gridlock

New control center battles traffic gridlock

In a full-on assault on traffic gridlock, Miami-Dade County has spent about $9 million, most of it invested in technology, to keep vehicles moving and help drivers avoid bottlenecks. Last month, the county opened its…

Business & Finance

Bayside Marketplace lays out plans for expansion

Bayside Marketplace lays out plans for expansion

The new Bayside Marketplace downtown will be extraordinary, said Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado, who was invited to the open air market on Biscayne Bay on Sept. 14 to celebrate the start of a major renovation…

Communities

Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years

Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years

Young professionals are increasingly making their homes in the central business district, says a new report by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority: the population has increased 33% since 2010 “and the majority of the population within…

Arts & Culture

Spotlight on fall’s plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits

Spotlight on fall’s plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits

As summer transitions into fall, South Florida begins to come alive with an array of plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits, symphony performances, operas and contemporary dances from all over the world. With the upcoming season just…

Education

New World Symphony’s fellowship program a career builder

New World Symphony’s fellowship program a career builder

Students who enter the New World Symphony’s fellowship program based in Miami Beach already have demonstrated a mastery of music. By the time they leave, they will also have a solid foundation in community engagement…

Healthcare

Miami Cancer Institute is near completion

Miami Cancer Institute is near completion

With rapid construction, the state-of-the-art Miami Cancer Institute is near completion. In mid-October the first round of employees will be moving in, said a spokesperson for Baptist Health South Florida. Doors are expected to open…

Transportation

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance turns corner

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance turns corner

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance wavered a bit at the start of the year and then improved progressively from May to July by 4.9%, a trend the county’s transportation chief says she expects to keep rolling…

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