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A bad rap on appraisals?

A bad rap on appraisals?

The website for Miami-Dade’s property appraiser now reports more detailed information about the interior and exterior of properties, which might come as a surprise to anyone researching or buying industrial…

FYI Miami: March 27, 2014

DON’T BLAME GAS PRICES: When consumers blame rising gasoline prices for a rising cost of living, they’re missing reality – at least in Miami. While consumer prices rose 1.6% in…

Rail zone engineers must look ahead but watch the tracks

Rail zone engineers must look ahead but watch the tracks

Miami is boarding an exciting railway journey that could transform down-town’s west side into a thriving urban hub with commerce to complement the residential and office zone nearer Bis-cayne Bay.…

A revolution in Wynwood

A revolution in Wynwood

By mid-morning most weekdays, Tom Curitore has walked much of the expansive and evolving Wynwood Arts District he’s now in charge of taking to the next level. Mr. Curitore is…

Doctors fight expanding non-MD roles

Doctors fight expanding non-MD roles

Doctors, nurses and physician assistants often work together, yet they’re not always on the same team when it comes to legislation. That’s currently the case with bills before the Florida…

Miami ducking decision on illuminated signs

Miami ducking decision on illuminated signs

More than two years in the making, a new and improved sign ordinance is headed for adoption by the Miami City Commission. And while the commission approved the first reading…

DecoBike coasts toward Miami

DecoBike coasts toward Miami

Miami has the advantage of a successful car sharing program, to get people to and fro quickly, efficiently and without the added burdens of car ownership. A similar program for…

Enough dentists, but where?

Enough dentists, but where?

While reports of an impending shortage of dentistry graduates have circulated, local experts said enough people are entering the field – but just not enough are practicing in rural areas.…

Beckham seeks tax break, government swoons

By Dara Kam The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE – Lawmakers and celebrity watchers swooned over David Beckham as the soccer superstar shook up the Capitol on Tuesday while making…

Profile: Joe Fernandez

Profile: Joe Fernandez

The majority of clients at BNY Mellon have $10 million or more with the bank, which makes them not at all typical in a non-BNY world. But Joe Fernandez, new…

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