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Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

The city and county are working together to get water and sewer lines to mega resort and marina Island Gardens, under construction on city-owned Watson Island. Last week, without fanfare or a word of discussion,…

Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency has hired a $430,000-a-year consultant to monitor minority job creation at Miami Worldcenter. The developer will pay the bill, said Clarence Woods III, CRA executive director. The mammoth…

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More funds flow for Tri-Rail downtown link

More funds flow for Tri-Rail downtown link

A link to bring Tri-Rail passenger service to downtown Miami is a “no-brainer,” supporters said as the proposal garnered another promise of cash last week.…

Military Museum takes heavy state fire

Military Museum takes heavy state fire

The South Florida Military Museum suffered another setback last week when Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $1 million in state funding that would have allowed it…

Anti-poverty tech training for kids in parks

Anti-poverty tech training for kids in parks

It’s not your typical kids’ summer camp, but Miami leaders are hoping its uniqueness bodes well for the future of the city and its children.…

Sports stars ‘retire’ to business careers

Sports stars ‘retire’ to business careers

Former Miami Heat player Ray Allen dribbled his skills off the courts this past National Basketball Association season and dove straight into Miami’s business community.…

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Opinion

Looking to define trends in Miami’s shifting condo market

Looking to define trends in Miami’s shifting condo market

You can’t spot a trend on day one. A deviation becomes a trend only if it lasts awhile. Otherwise, it’s just an anomaly, a blip on history’s radar. That’s what economists said last week when we tried to assess a jobs record in Miami’s financial sector of 78,500, up 800 in just one month. Wait three months to see if it lasts or it’s just a blip, they said. We’ll heed their advice as we assess our reports last week on a…

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Jeremy Mikolajczak: Making Miami Dade College’s museum prominent

Jeremy Mikolajczak: Making Miami Dade College’s museum prominent

Having grown up in the Midwest and worked for several museums there, Jeremy Mikolajczak was thrilled to arrive in Miami almost four years ago and become the first executive director and chief curator of the Miami Dade College Museum of Art & Design. It’s wasn’t just escaping the long, harsh winters back home (although that is a benefit) that he loves about living in South Florida. Mr. Mikolajczak is taken with this city’s vitality, what he feels is a collective effort…

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Real Estate

Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency has hired a $430,000-a-year consultant to monitor minority job creation at Miami Worldcenter. The developer will pay the bill, said Clarence Woods III, CRA executive director. The mammoth…

Government

Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

The city and county are working together to get water and sewer lines to mega resort and marina Island Gardens, under construction on city-owned Watson Island. Last week, without fanfare or a word of discussion,…

Business & Finance

Sports stars ‘retire’ to business careers

Sports stars ‘retire’ to business careers

Former Miami Heat player Ray Allen dribbled his skills off the courts this past National Basketball Association season and dove straight into Miami’s business community. Like other professional athletes who have turned to Miami for…

Communities

New luxury condos on Biscayne Boulevard

New luxury condos on Biscayne Boulevard

A developer plans to construct a mid-rise luxury condominium on busy Biscayne Boulevard with large residential units and a sweeping, curvy façade. Boulevard 57 is an eight-story mixed-used development planned for a triangular parcel at…

Arts & Culture

Military Museum takes heavy state fire

Military Museum takes heavy state fire

The South Florida Military Museum suffered another setback last week when Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $1 million in state funding that would have allowed it to finally open its doors, said Anthony Atwood, a Navy…

Education

Anti-poverty tech training for kids in parks

Anti-poverty tech training for kids in parks

It’s not your typical kids’ summer camp, but Miami leaders are hoping its uniqueness bodes well for the future of the city and its children. City commissioners have approved a plan to spend more than…

Healthcare

How urgent are urgent care facilities?

How urgent are urgent care facilities?

Urgent care facilities that offer walk-in care for everything from scraped knees to diagnostic tests are a hit with consumers, but one major hospital system hopes a contrarian move will pay off for the institution…

Transportation

More funds flow for Tri-Rail downtown link

More funds flow for Tri-Rail downtown link

A link to bring Tri-Rail passenger service to downtown Miami is a “no-brainer,” supporters said as the proposal garnered another promise of cash last week. Miami city commissioners met as the board of the Omni…

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