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Front Page » 2012 » November (Page 14)

Summit To Target Miami Rail Projects

Stalled corridor rail projects in the Miami-Dade County People's Transportation Plan will be the focus of a spring transportation summit, said Charles Scurr, executive director of the Citizens' Independent…

Miami Turns Holes In Ground Into Cash

Earlier this year, the Miami City Commission voted to give the city the power to secure and clean up abandoned or disarrayed properties. …

Up To 16 Firms Face Beach Corruption Probe

Miami Beach commissioners have called for an investigation of up to 16 companies that allegedly dealt with the city's former procurement director and his business partner, both arrested last…

Convention Center Developer Pick Due Soon

Wanting to move beyond controversy that has stalled a plan to create a convention center district, Miami Beach commissioners hope to have recommendations ready by December to select developers…

Foreign Condo Buyers Rush In For Bargains

As the last of its distressed inventory is absorbed, the Brickell condo market is booming with buyers who want in before prices appreciate further.…

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