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University of Miami School of Business to train public health pros

University of Miami School of Business to train public health pros

The Center for Health Sector Management and Policy at the University of Miami School of Business Administration has grown its faculty in the past year and continues to study issues relating to health care policy…

2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown Miami

2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown Miami

Miami’s lack of affordable housing is addressed in an updated regional development plan proposed and approved by the Downtown Development Authority. City commissioners gave preliminary approval Nov. 17 to an amendment of the city’s Downtown…

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Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

A government-business consortium agreed Tuesday that to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling a special assessment or tax increment district should cover the area that would…

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

The Florida Department of Health’s process for identifying, testing, investigating and informing the public about cases of locally acquired Zika virus is extensive and in…

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

A Manhattan-born artist now living and working in Miami has been hired to create large colorful murals as a key to a rising mixed-use project…

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Mill Creek Residential, a Texas-based company growing its presence in South Florida with several residential developments, is ready to venture into Edgewater. The company plans…

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Opinion

Marine stadium’s fate must rest on a business plan, not faith

Marine stadium’s fate must rest on a business plan, not faith

Now that Miami commissioners have voted to borrow $45 million to restore Miami Marine Stadium, where does faith in the stadium’s ability to fund its own future end and guaranteed cash start? Faith is indeed an asset, but money in the bank is golden. Assessing the fate of the decayed stadium on Virginia Key nearly seven years ago we wrote, “The one mantra to avoid is ‘Rebuild it and they will come.’ A great asset may never find a great use without…

Profile

Diego Lowenstein: Pushing a global growth plan for Virgin Hotels team

Diego Lowenstein: Pushing a global growth plan for Virgin Hotels team

Diego Lowenstein heads a third-generation family business, started by his grandfather, who escaped Frankfurt in Nazi Germany and made a new life for himself and loved ones in Argentina during World War II. He started with nothing, his grandson said, but with perseverance won the fortune to place his offspring where they are today. Mr. Lowenstein, the CEO of Lionstone – Löwenstein in German, broken down to Löwen for lion, stein for stone – refers to himself as extremely balanced: he…

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Real Estate

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Mill Creek Residential, a Texas-based company growing its presence in South Florida with several residential developments, is ready to venture into Edgewater. The company plans to build Modera Edgewater 25 on an assemblage of lots…

Government

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

The Florida Department of Health’s process for identifying, testing, investigating and informing the public about cases of locally acquired Zika virus is extensive and in some cases may require up to 15 rigorous steps. This…

Business & Finance

Art Basel hotel revenues rise 493%

Art Basel hotel revenues rise 493%

Fourteen years ago, when one of the largest internationally recognized contemporary art festivals announced it would be calling Miami Beach its US home for a few days each December, hoteliers were understandably excited. Still, few…

Communities

Design District is mainly about retail

Design District is mainly about retail

The Design District is mainly about retail, observers say, and it is perfectly positioned for that use. Many affluent neighborhoods with year-round residents – including Edgewater, Bay Point, Morningside, the Upper East Side, Belle Meade,…

Arts & Culture

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

A Manhattan-born artist now living and working in Miami has been hired to create large colorful murals as a key to a rising mixed-use project in the heart of Edgewater. 2500 Biscayne Property LLC is…

Education

NASA scientists partners with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

NASA scientists partners with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientists have found a way to speed their research on edible plants in space by involving the community through a partnership with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s STEM education program, Growing…

Healthcare

Baptist Health South Florida standardizing all practices

Baptist Health South Florida standardizing all practices

Baptist Health South Florida has found a way to put medical evidence to work for its patients, creating a committee to oversee the standardization of medical practices across the clinical care network. Evidence-based clinical care…

Transportation

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

A government-business consortium agreed Tuesday that to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling a special assessment or tax increment district should cover the area that would benefit most. The only split was over how fast it…

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