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Front Page » 2013 » August (Page 3)

Home sales record, but not prices

Home sales record, but not prices

It’s almost like the good old days. Almost. Sales of houses and condominiums are brisker than they’ve ever been – even compared to the height of the real estate boom…

Unexpected twist to Miami population gain

Miami-Dade’s non-Hispanic white population grew at a faster rate than Hispanics from 2010 to 2012, according to a US Census Bureau July estimate. The county’s total population grew by about…

More, better taxi service would benefit visitors, residents

More, better taxi service would benefit visitors, residents

A vital concern for Miami-Dade’s economy is whether fixes to taxi service can defeat industry pushback. It’s a stretch to call it “service.” Taxis answer calls sporadically. Many are old…

Telemundo launches $10 million studio

Telemundo launches $10 million studio

In its run-up to the 2015 opening of the FIFA World Cup Soccer series, NBCUniversal’s Telemundo Media last week launched a new $10 million studio for its sports channel, Deportes…

Investors bidding up multi-family units

Investors bidding up multi-family units

Last year, Jose M. Serrano sold a six-unit apartment building in Little Havana for $450,000. It was 40% complete  abandoned when the market crashed  which meant the new owners would…

Judge kicks country club remake to state

Judge kicks country club remake to state

As a final decision moves up to the state Department of Economic Opportunity, the controversy over the former Westview Country Club’s land is expected to come to an end soon.…

Depressed Europe trims visits to Miami

Depressed Europe trims visits to Miami

Depressed economies in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy caused tourism business from Western Europe to fall during the first half of this year. Visitors from Western Europe generated more than…

Miami gives Wal-Mart permit in Midtown

The Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved a Class II Special Permit for the Wal-Mart project in Midtown. City Planning Director Francisco Garcia confirmed that he signed the permit…

Mayor to dispatch new taxi standards

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is piloting a drive to set higher standards for taxis serving the airport, seaport and Miami Intermodal Center. County attorneys are drafting legislation that’s likely to…

Firms vie for zoo entertainment complex

By Meghan Mangrum Miami-Dade County will be scheduling meetings with two companies in the next month after evaluating two proposals to develop a Zoo Miami Entertainment Area that could include…

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