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Florida becomes intellectuals’ burial ground

Florida is known as a resting place for those in their twilight years. Now a study of cultural migration over two millennia illustrates the point. Researchers from Texas and Miami have created an analytic map…

County Hall travel spending soars 56%

Spending on Miami-Dade County employee travel increased 56% last fiscal year from the prior year. Staff spent about $1.78 million on travel in 2012-13, about $640,000 more than 2011-12. That was funded by the general…

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Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

It’s not just the scarcity of supply and high demand for commercially zoned land that’s driving land prices up, but also the competition that’s emerged…

Florida becomes intellectuals’ burial ground

Florida is known as a resting place for those in their twilight years. Now a study of cultural migration over two millennia illustrates the point.…

County Hall travel spending soars 56%

Spending on Miami-Dade County employee travel increased 56% last fiscal year from the prior year. Staff spent about $1.78 million on travel in 2012-13, about…

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Last year, Florida homeowners insurance companies took in more than $8.5 billion from policy premiums while paying out $2.3 billion in losses and other expenses,…

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Opinion

Debate public-private deals before they’re set in concrete

Debate public-private deals before they’re set in concrete

Governments are signing more public-private partnerships, a healthy trend – that is, if deals serve a public interest and don’t crowd out pressing needs. Last week we wrote about two such deals: Swire shut down the Eighth Street Metromover station to meld it into its vast Brickell City Centre, and the Miami Parking Authority is talking of building thousands of parking spaces for a Miami Worldcenter. In the case of Brickell City Centre, developer Swire is paying to add a third level…

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Profile: Jessica Katz

Profile: Jessica Katz

Institutions like the Pérez Art Museum Miami offer Miamians and visitors access to a variety of art exhibits, but if you’re looking to purchase or sell a work, you call Jessica Katz, vice president and director of Christie’s Miami. Ms. Katz spent the first part of her career in Christie’s New York office in the Latin American art department. But as a native Miamian, her love of art and art history began here during high school. Now, she’s returned to an…

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Real Estate

Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

It’s not just the scarcity of supply and high demand for commercially zoned land that’s driving land prices up, but also the competition that’s emerged from the increasing number of investors who are finding other…

Government

County Hall travel spending soars 56%

Spending on Miami-Dade County employee travel increased 56% last fiscal year from the prior year. Staff spent about $1.78 million on travel in 2012-13, about $640,000 more than 2011-12. That was funded by the general…

Business & Finance

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Last year, Florida homeowners insurance companies took in more than $8.5 billion from policy premiums while paying out $2.3 billion in losses and other expenses, for a net difference of $6.2 billion, a new financial…

Communities

Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

In Miami’s Greater Downtown, the Brickell and Edgewater areas are experiencing the greatest growth of residential units. Development and construction isn’t anything new to Miami but as certain areas get built out, focus shifts from…

Arts & Culture

Redevelopment agency gives museum $1 million

Redevelopment agency gives museum $1 million

With the intention that children within the district will have better access to art and culture, Miami’s Omni Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) has granted $1 million to the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). “PAMM has…

Education

Florida becomes intellectuals’ burial ground

Florida is known as a resting place for those in their twilight years. Now a study of cultural migration over two millennia illustrates the point. Researchers from Texas and Miami have created an analytic map…

Healthcare

Obamacare paradox in Florida

Obamacare paradox in Florida

In the first year of “Obamacare,” Florida led the nation in having the most new private health insurance enrollees per capita, yet the Sunshine State still has one of the nation’s highest percentages of uninsured,…

Transportation

All Aboard Florida unveils station details

All Aboard Florida unveils station details

All Aboard Florida has submitted plans detailing the look and configuration of its downtown Miami station. The station is to rise on nearly 7 acres spanning from Northwest Third to Eighth streets between Northwest First…

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