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FIU sees engineering school loop

FIU sees engineering school loop

Florida International Uni-versity’s College of Engineering and Computing trains its students not just for the hypothetical but specifically for local needs in order to keep graduates working for companies in…

Miami speeding to get streetcars rolling

A resurrected plan to run streetcars downtown has Miami commissioners pushing hard to improve transit. Monday, they unanimously urged the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization and Florida Department of Transportation to…

Miami parks contamination cleanup funded

Miami parks contamination cleanup funded

In their last action before adjourning at 12:35 a.m. Tuesday, Miami city commissioners approved a $10.1 million funding plan for the environmental remediation of a half-dozen contaminated parks. The move…

Construction costs head skyward

Construction costs head skyward

As construction picks up across South Florida, builders must deal with rising construction, land and labor costs – but most say chief among these concerns is labor. According to McGraw…

Schools seek sites to meet downtown pupil flood

Schools seek sites to meet downtown pupil flood

As downtown’s population grows, the leadership of Miami-Dade County Public Schools is considering several options to respond to the new demand, school board member Rachel Regalado told Miami’s Downtown Development…

Port tunnel traffic grows

Port tunnel traffic grows

The PortMiami Tunnel was over 30 years in the making. Now finally open, it appears to be delivering on its promise of reduced downtown traffic. A review of vehicular flow…

FIU grad Oxford bound with Frost scholars

FIU grad Oxford bound with Frost scholars

A recent Florida International University graduate is among 10 students heading to England this month to study at Oxford University, compliments of the newly created Frost Scholarship at Oxford. The…

Brickell grows west with 372-unit project

Brickell grows west with 372-unit project

The neighborhood known as Brickell in Miami continues to grow westward, with more and more residential towers adding to the financial district. Last week the city’s Urban Development Review Board…

Profile: Nino Pernetti

Profile: Nino Pernetti

Antonio Banderas, Mario Andretti, Oprah, Sylvester Stallone, Paul Newman, Frank Sinatra. How would you like to count those as just a few of your dinner guests? Nino Pernetti’s landmark Coral…

647-unit Edgewater tower gets OK

647-unit Edgewater tower gets OK

The Melo Group plans to bring hundreds of condos to the waterfront in theEdgewater neighborhood. Aria on the Bay will begin construction in early 2015 and bring 647 units to…

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