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Public-private matchmaking forum

Public-private matchmaking forum

Miami-Dade County and the Miami Finance Forum are among the sponsors of “The P3 Pipeline: a Forum for the Private Sector,” a matchmaking event of sorts, set for Sept. 24-25 at Florida International University’s north…

Mega-marina begins artificial reef

Mega-marina begins artificial reef

Flagstone Property Group’s work to build the area’s first deep water marina for super-yachts includes creation of an artificial reef. Flagstone is developing a corner of city-owned Watson Island into a multi-million dollar resort called…

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Courthouse is safe, study finds

Courthouse is safe, study finds

Engineering consultants have inspected all courts in the county except the new Children’s Courthouse and Overtown Transit Village and found all structurally safe to use,…

All-Aboard Florida gets final downtown land

All-Aboard Florida gets final downtown land

All Aboard Florida has closed on the final land it needs to redevelop six blocks of downtown, as nearly 100 workers continue to forge the…

Brickell City Centre makes towering change

Brickell City Centre makes towering change

Brickell City Centre announced Tuesday the rebranding of its office component to incorporate two Class A office buildings equaling 260,000 square feet, both of which…

Wealthy Chinese targeting business in Miami

Wealthy Chinese targeting business in Miami

Twenty-two wealthy Chinese art collectors with ties to real estate have expressed interest in visiting Miami this year to explore the city’s business environment and…

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Opinion

Which should come first, their election or their education?

Which should come first, their election or their education?

Maybe it has something to do with a Harvard degree. At services Saturday for deceased Northern Trust Vice Chairman Bill Allen, we heard that he’d jested at a Harvard Business School reunion that while classmates had gone on to successful careers, he had become a NASCAR driver. It was typical of the veteran banking leader’s sense of humor. Also last week, we learned that Miami-Dade Commissioner Juan Zapata ordered a county check to pay $30,961 for attending Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School…

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Wayne Eldred: Restaurateur promotes service as Coral Gables theme

Wayne Eldred: Restaurateur promotes service as Coral Gables theme

As the owner of a busy restaurant on Miracle Mile, as well as a member of the Business Improvement District and now chairman of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, Wayne Eldred no longer has time to travel as much as he once did. But, the son of an engineer working on foreign projects, he vividly remembers living in many locations around the world including Egypt, India, Jamaica and England. The later was his favorite. Mr. Eldred loved the historical and cultural…

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Real Estate

Brickell City Centre makes towering change

Brickell City Centre makes towering change

Brickell City Centre announced Tuesday the rebranding of its office component to incorporate two Class A office buildings equaling 260,000 square feet, both of which will be ready by year’s end. Although the project long…

Government

Courthouse is safe, study finds

Courthouse is safe, study finds

Engineering consultants have inspected all courts in the county except the new Children’s Courthouse and Overtown Transit Village and found all structurally safe to use, including the much-maligned Dade County Courthouse. A report that commissioners…

Business & Finance

Wealthy Chinese targeting business in Miami

Wealthy Chinese targeting business in Miami

Twenty-two wealthy Chinese art collectors with ties to real estate have expressed interest in visiting Miami this year to explore the city’s business environment and investment opportunities. Invited by Peng Lu, associate provost of international…

Communities

Court time nears for tennis stadium

Court time nears for tennis stadium

Organizers for the Miami Open, who are fighting to build three additional stadiums at the tennis center in Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park, may get their day in court. On Monday, the Third District Court of…

Arts & Culture

Telemundo at capacity filming telenovelas

Telemundo at capacity filming telenovelas

Telemundo has been busy at its production studio in Hialeah. In July, Nielson reported that the network had its best primetime ratings ever in the second quarter of fiscal 2015, delivering a 32% share among…

Education

UM reverses campus traffic growth

UM reverses campus traffic growth

As the University of Miami has grown over the past two decades, it has shrunk its neighborhood traffic impact, a university study says. Janet Gavarrete, associate vice president of campus planning and development, said those…

Healthcare

UM bonds to expand health services

UM bonds to expand health services

The University of Miami is on its way to expanding its health service centers. The university has applied for the issuance of up to $764 million in revenue bonds by the county’s Education Facilities Authority…

Transportation

All-Aboard Florida gets final downtown land

All-Aboard Florida gets final downtown land

All Aboard Florida has closed on the final land it needs to redevelop six blocks of downtown, as nearly 100 workers continue to forge the foundation of a new train station that will bring passenger…

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