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Front Page » 2013 » December (Page 6)

FYI Miami: December 5, 2013

BRIDGE BONDS: County commissioners Tuesday approved issuing $34 million in bonds for improvements of the Rickenbacker Causeway. The work is to cost just less than $33.38 million, of which about…

10,000 pass corruption-busting classes

To combat corruption, 10,000 of the Miami-Dade’s nearly 26,000 workers have passed a three-hour online ethics course, and by the end of the month 10,000 more are expected to do…

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State seeks input on Brickell Avenue swap

State seeks input on Brickell Avenue swap

The Florida Department of Transportation is offering citizens an opportunity to request a public hearing regarding Brickell Avenue’s transfer to the City of Miami. “Typically for transfers we don’t have…

Profile: Larry Williams

Profile: Larry Williams

Larry Williams, who has spent 20 years in economic development, recently become Beacon Council president and CEO. Prior to coming to Miami in October, he worked in Atlanta, Seattle and…

West Dade turning into ‘new downtown’

West Dade turning into ‘new downtown’

A perfect mix of factors in the Airport West/Doral market is spurring interest, driving activity by attracting new tenants and encouraging expansion among current leaseholders. A “new generation” of industrial…

When excellence isn’t enough: Branding Miami-Dade County

When excellence isn’t enough: Branding Miami-Dade County

Miami-Dade County’s nine-year-old slogan drips with aspiration: “Delivering Excellence Every Day.” Would that it were so. Taxpayers know delivery falls short of the message – sometimes woefully so. Fill in…

Residential prices soar 19% in year – too fast?

Residential prices soar 19% in year – too fast?

There are no signs of a slowdown in the real estate sector, with prices climbing almost 19% in the last year. For nearly two years now home prices have trended…

Marlins Park garage leasing back to first base

Marlins Park garage leasing back to first base

Real estate firm NAI has been chosen as the exclusive leasing agent for the Marlins Park garage retail space, owned by the City of Miami. This time, though, it’s official.…

To buy land to develop, ‘ugly duckling’ prices soar

To buy land to develop, ‘ugly duckling’ prices soar

An emerging trend is forcing prices of some of the area’s most unattractive buildings to increase more than fivefold, as developers piece together parcels for large projects. As land grows…

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