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No Stopping Resort Plans For Watson Island Builder Says

Neither the planned Port of Miami Tunnel nor the ongoing real estate slump is to derail plans for a $600 million hotel, retail and mega-yacht complex on Watson Island's waterfront,…

Whats Your Miami Circle Preference Park Service Wants To Know

The National Park Service is asking the public to weigh in on how the long-inaccessible Miami Circle site should be maintained, though it last year forfeited control of the Brickell-area…

Minority Community Developers Promote Mixedincome Housing

As City of Miami and Miami-Dade County officials battle over a mixed-income housing project slated for Overtown, a group of minority community developers has begun a cry to promote such…

Commissioners To Take Up Gimenez Miamidade County Budget Preparation Proposal

A proposed ordinance aims to change the way Miami-Dade County prepares its budget, beginning with the mayor and the commission coming up with priorities that are taken into account in…

Community Redevelopment Agency Expansion Not Seen Hurting Miami Bond Rating

It's difficult to project how a plan to expand Miami's community redevelopment agencies' boundaries could affect the city's bond ratings, experts say, but one public finance lawyer queried suspects that…

Bond Raters Note Fiscal Strains As Miami Embarks On Bigticket Projects

Just six years removed from the clutches of a state financial oversight board, the City of Miami is ignoring fiscal warnings as it embarks on an ambitious multi-billion-dollar public works…

Economic Development Services Live On After City Of Miami Departments Death

After commissioners in September eliminated the City of Miami's Department of Economic Development to free up money to hire more law enforcement officials, the city has managed to both fund…

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