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Front Page » 2013 » December (Page 3)

Construction costs rise 15% in six months

Construction costs rise 15% in six months

One of the biggest challenges facing the real estate industry in 2014 will involve managing construction costs. Construction expenses have increased almost 15% in the past six months alone, with…

Unprecedented access to buoy PortMiami

Unprecedented access to buoy PortMiami

Port Miami will be the only major US seaport to have a non-stop road link to an interstate highway when the $1 billion-plus twin tunnel project is completed in May,…

Profile: Aaron Podhurst

Profile: Aaron Podhurst

Aaron Podhurst is well known as an attorney for many aviation and personal injury cases.  He co-founded Podhurst Orseck in 1967, which has also focused on general commercial litigation.  Parallel…

City OKs decorative wall as sound buffer

City OKs decorative wall as sound buffer

First it was a whitefly invasion, then workers for the county. Enemies, both natural and manmade, have worked to decimate much of the thick and lush foliage near The Moorings…

Major League Baseball takes another swing at Hialeah

An unfulfilled vow to run a Major League Baseball youth academy in Hialeah is now on its third potential site, where baseball officials hope to open in 2015. Officials now…

FYI Miami: December 19, 2013

SIX MORE YEARS IN CHINA: Florida International University has settled into an agreement with China’s Ministry of Education for another six-year cycle of its highly successful Hospitality & Tourism Management…

Ads to fill trolley funding gap

Ads to fill trolley funding gap

Miami’s popular trolley system is costing more money to operate than expected, and to help offset those operational costs city officials are willing to allow some advertising on the vehicles.…

Downtown decries ‘mystery’ in soccer site

Rumors of a possible Major League Soccer franchise for Miami sparked enthusiasm and caution among directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority at their meeting Friday. Investors representing retired soccer star…

Profile: Victoria Mendez

Profile: Victoria Mendez

Victoria Mendez has been with the City of Miami nine years and was appointed city attorney in September. Throughout that time she has worked in several practice areas of municipal…

Port could get aid in land loss for soccer

Port could get aid in land loss for soccer

A new inland port proposed for Medley could help ensure that trade at PortMiami isn’t disrupted if soccer star David Beckham builds a stadium there. A major property owner in…

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