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Front Page » 2013 » November (Page 2)

Miami puts up gambling barrier – sort of

Miami commissioners last week voted 3-0 to ban gambling in new leases on city-owned land but made clear that they expect an unnamed tenant to soon seek an exception to…

County asks, is excellence passé

County asks, is excellence passé

Miami-Dade County’s logo and its “Delivering Excellence Every Day” slogan might soon change. Commissioner Juan Zapata suggested an upgrade – a move the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is…

Resident influx feeds rising condo towers

Resident influx feeds rising condo towers

It’s going to take a lot of housing to match South Florida’s population increase, especially with Miami-Dade’s increasing popularity among both domestic and international homebuyers. With 175 new residents coming…

Airline demand trumps glitzy airport mall

Airline demand trumps glitzy airport mall

Demand for gates at Miami International Airport is so high that the county is likely to abandon plans to convert its aged Central Terminal into a cutting-edge shopping mall and…

As ever, Miamians ready to party

As ever, Miamians ready to party

The holiday season is set to be celebrated in true Miami style – after some enhancements, on the water and in lush gardens. Fisher Island Clubs’ recently renovated Vanderbilt Mansion…

Miami residences move into 8-digit neighborhood

Miami residences move into 8-digit neighborhood

From floor-to-ceiling glass walls in “sky homes” to sweeping landscapes, butlers, panoramic views, yacht club concierges, waterfront settings, furniture that has yet to hit the market and private everything –…

FYI Miami: November 21, 2013

GASOLINE SURPRISE: Even as the cost of a barrel of oil fell last week for the sixth consecutive week, GasBuddy reports the price of gasoline rose 3.7 cents to average…

Ericsson conclave targets urban advances

By Nina Lincoff Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson is betting that information and communications technology will be the next big thing for urban improvement, enough so to build a new pavilion…

County needs to get serious about making bidding equitable

County needs to get serious about making bidding equitable

Why does Miami-Dade mess up so many bid offerings? Equally vital, what should the county do when it does foul one up? These questions aren’t theoretical. They apply to real…

Filming in Miami: November 21, 2013

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823;…

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