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Front Page » 2014 » July (Page 6)

Deal boosts convention center hotel

Deal boosts convention center hotel

Miami Beach commissioners have approved a memorandum of intent between the city and Miami-Dade County that will help the county close a budget shortfall and help the city incentivize a…

Brickell office gains outpace downtown

Brickell office gains outpace downtown

Brickell’s office market is recovering from a double-whammy, experts say, that depressed the market from 2008 through 2011 due to the opening of new office space just as employment was…

A trust could protect city assets from the build-now disease

A trust could protect city assets from the build-now disease

As David Beckham tries to pluck a new downtown waterfront site for a soccer stadium, it’s time to create a trust to protect and beautify what little waterfront Miami has…

Vendors may get parks, libraries footholds

Vendors may get parks, libraries footholds

Miami-Dade Commissioner Esteban “Steve” Bovo wants to look at ways to commercialize county properties – for a price. The commissioner is proposing that the county explore marketing partnerships with the…

Profile: Maxeme Tuchman

Profile: Maxeme Tuchman

Maxeme Tuchman, executive director of Teach For America (TFA) Miami-Dade, was a corps member in the second class of TFA teachers in the area. And she’s a Miami girl at…

Filming in Miami: July 3, 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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FYI Miami: July 3, 2014

ENTERPRISE ZONE ENTERPRISE: What’s the impact on Miami-Dade of a state tax-incentive program that encourages businesses to set up shop in distressed areas? That’s to be the subject of a…

Bayside Marketplace to revamp, expand

Bayside Marketplace to revamp, expand

The move to build a 1,000-foot observation tower on Miami’s waterfront could be the catalyst for a major upgrade to Bayside Marketplace. The boomerang-shaped high-profile commercial development promised in new…

Swap to help pay Marlins Park debt

Swap to help pay Marlins Park debt

County commissioners voted Tuesday to rework three interest rate “swap” agreements to replenish hotel tax reserves that help fund future debt payments on Marlins Park. The restructuring is expected to…

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