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Homestead truck bypass rolling

Homestead truck bypass rolling

A major transportation project designed to relieve congestion in the Homestead area is slowly rumbling forward and into a planning and study phase, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.…

Four 60-story riverfront towers unveiled

Four 60-story riverfront towers unveiled

In the shadow of I-95, a developer plans to build four 60-story towers on the Miami River to include a marina, hotel and 1,449 condo units. The ambitious plan was…

FYI Miami: May 22, 2014

WRITTEN EXPLANATIONS: County commissioners adopted an ordinance on first reading Tuesday that would require Miami-Dade condominium and homeowner associations to provide written notice to prospective buyers and renters when rejecting…

Dry cleaning pollution cleanups spotty

Dry cleaning pollution cleanups spotty

Miami-Dade County says it still needs more money funneled into the statewide Dry Cleaning Solvent Program, even though the state is providing $6.5 million for the program this year, $1…

Filming in Miami: May 15, 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;…

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Foreigners do 70% of tourist spending

Foreigners do 70% of tourist spending

Overwhelmingly, overnight visitors to the Greater Miami area lodge in Miami Beach, followed by downtown Miami and the airport area.  These findings and more on characteristics of visitor stays in…

Vision of an inland cargo port

Vision of an inland cargo port

Overlooking his family’s land in Medley from atop a nearby landfill, businessman Lowell Dunn II has a vision for creating an “inland cargo port” that would involve selling a big…

FYI Miami: May 15, 2014

CONDO RESALES SLOWER: Resale condos are selling more slowly in Miami-Dade this year than last, as the average condo stayed on the market 57 days this year versus 48 days…

Mega-tower 3 pilings from ‘Go’

Mega-tower 3 pilings from ‘Go’

Three pilings. The placement of three pilings at the edge of a waterfront parking lot in downtown Miami will represent the official start of construction of a $430 million observation…

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