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Contractors boost wages in boom

Contractors boost wages in boom

A continued construction boom in South Florida and Miami-Dade County has put a heightened demand on skilled construction workers that has only increased over the past eight months. To account…

Profile: Scott Coble

Profile: Scott Coble

Scott Coble’s office is, as one would expect for the new Florida regional president of Wells Fargo, covered in the bank’s stagecoach iconography. There’s a coach on his lapel, coach…

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Filming in Miami: March 13, 2014

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;…

Foreign investment drives massive projects

Foreign investment drives massive projects

Like others, Rick Zelman has heard the stories about how the drug trade and other shady business activities were responsible for financing much of the construction of Miami’s skyline. But…

Our foreign policy belongs to Washington, not county hall

Our foreign policy belongs to Washington, not county hall

We have formally set ourselves against the government of Venezuela, condemning its violence, supporting its opponents, urging immediate diplomatic acts against its leaders and encouraging the US ambassador to the…

Port tunnels readied to open in May

After years of planning and construction costing more than $1 billion, PortMiami’s twin-tunnel system is slated to open to public traffic in the third week of May. The tunnels’ first…

Profile: Philip Levine

Profile: Philip Levine

Although tourists may think otherwise, distracted by seven or eight miles of pristine beaches, Art Deco ornamentation and a stunning mid-winter array of tropical plants that are surprisingly green for…

Miami heads to 10-year film studio lease

The City of Miami’s Omni Community Redevelopment Agency was to vote this week to lease its Miami Entertainment Complex at 50 NW 14th St. to EUE/Screen Gems Studios Ltd., which…

New Cuban Museum work begins

New Cuban Museum work begins

After a two-year construction hiatus, caused by Miami-Dade County’s temporary halt of parts of a bond program funding cultural infrastructure, the Cuban Museum is expected to open by early 2015,…

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