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Front Page » 2005 » January

Developers Could Be Slowed By Lack Of Construction Workers Pros Say

Groundbreaking on some high-rise condominiums could be delayed by a shortage of construction workers in Miami-Dade County, industry observers say.…

Miami Officials Working On Plan To Cut Property Taxes

Based on a construction-fueled doubling of city tax rolls predicted in two years, Miami officials are developing a plan with one priority in mind: cutting the tax rate. …

Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction.…

Alvarez Aide Forms Committee To Plan Reform Referendum

County Mayor Carlos Alvarez's former campaign treasurer has created a political action committee to fund the mayor's plans for a referendum to reshape county government.…

Brickell Bay Tower Residents Cast Wary Eye On Developers Plan

With construction to begin soon on its Everglades on the Bay condos downtown, CABI, a Mexican development company based in Aventura, is planning to erect a 192-unit residential building on…

Calendar Of Events Music

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County Hotels Start Off New Year With A Bang

Though hotels nationally slumped, Miami-Dade County's celebrated the new year with a 20% spurt in occupancy and 17% hike in room rates.…

Kendall Hospital Plans 110 Million Renovation

Kendall Regional Medical Center officials will spend $110 million to renovate and expand the facility while continuing to look for a site to build another hospital.…

4235 Housing Units Up For Miami Commission Vote

The Miami City Commission is to vote today (1/27) on adding 4,235 housing units to the city's burgeoning supply. …

Calendar Of Events Fashion

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