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Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Coconut Grove’s waterfront is poised for major changes, but lingering lawsuits keep getting in the way and city commissioners are tired of it. Commissioners extended licenses for the current restaurants…

14-soundstage film studio planned

A startup company wants to build a major film and television production facility in Northwest Miami-Dade County. Miami Ocean Studios Enterprises LLC plans a full-service complex that’s to include 10…

Worldcenter megaproject set to start

Worldcenter megaproject set to start

Faded concrete lots in Miami’s Park West have taken on a new look as a billion-dollar mega project prepares to start construction with the dawn of the new year. Miami…

All Aboard Florida revises station plans

All Aboard Florida revises station plans

All Aboard Florida, the passenger railway that might eventually link Miami and Orlando, has revised plans for its downtown Miami station. While work on the nearly 7-acre station has begun…

Funds handoff to Orange Bowl team?

Funds handoff to Orange Bowl team?

A county push to help the Orange Bowl Committee, a sports non-profit that’s behind the annual Orange Bowl football game at Sun Life Stadium, in hosting semifinal college football games,…

US 1 as a walking village?

US 1 as a walking village?

Miami’s mayor and city commission are backing efforts by upper eastside residents to slow the traffic on Biscayne Boulevard to make the area safer for pedestrians. Back in the day,…

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Profile: David Prodger

Profile: David Prodger

British Consul General David Prodger sees a number of similarities between the UK’s economy and that of Miami and Florida. A large part of his job is about making those…

Now that we’ve OK’d our transit plan, let’s start planning

Now that we’ve OK’d our transit plan, let’s start planning

Miami-Dade’s transportation planning runs as late as its buses. Last week commissioners sent to the state a 10-year transit plan that they’d neither studied nor discussed. They were running too…

Retail space vacancies hit all-time low

Retail space vacancies hit all-time low

Miami’s retail vacancies, already at an all-time low this past summer, have dipped even more in the past few months. In the second quarter, retail vacancies were at an unprecedented…

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