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Front Page » 2001 » July (Page 4)

No Study Of Brickell Park Gravesites Planned But Development Is Unlikely

The discovery in Brickell Park of graves thought by archaeologists to be connected to the Native American community that built the Miami Circle will probably ensure that the park remains…

To Hasten Internet Traffic Drivers Face Slowdowns In Miami

The road to Miami's high-tech connectivity is paved with closed streets and more than a few bumps along the way. …

Last Parcel In Place For Miami Beach Cultural Campus Plan

After closing on the last needed parcel of land for $1.5 million, the City of Miami Beach has finalized its plans for a Collins Park cultural arts campus for the…

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Microsoft In Town For Corporate Business Hockey Game Fundraiser

With more than 11,500 delegates from across the globe using 45 hotels, Microsoft Corp. is descending on Miami Beach for its largest-ever corporate meeting.…

Ecommerce Survey Short Of Expectations As Market Slips

Economic development officials trying to quantify Miami's e-business community through an online survey said they were stymied midstream in part by a downward shift in the industry.…

Developer Breaks Agreement To Buy Miamis Historic Brickell Park

Promised buyers of downtown Miami's Brickell Park have walked away from an agreement to purchase the 2.4-acre site where they planned to build a high-rise.…

County Permitting By Affidavit Under Fire From Architectural Institute

Despite a series of changes to a plan for privatize the construction-permitting process in Miami-Dade County, the American Institute of Architects remains unsatisfied with the proposal. …

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