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Front Page » 2014 (Page 19)

FYI Miami: September 4, 2014

MIAMI-DADE MARKETING: Miami-Dade is considering an alternative revenue source for the county’s coffers a marketing partnership. The program would raise non-tax revenue or in-kind fees, such as goods or services,…

College strengthens China ties

Miami Dade College continues to strengthen its relationship with China through the arts and study-abroad programs. Year-to-date, there have been numerous exchanges of students, faculty and ideas. This fall semester,…

Miami movie studio complex delayed

Miami movie studio complex delayed

Groundbreaking for the Miami Entertainment Complex (MEC), set for mid-August, has been delayed until mid-October, with little official explanation. “The MEC is such an important project for the Omni district,…

Fare’s fair: Metromover rides are too useful to give away

Fare’s fair: Metromover rides are too useful to give away

An old can of worms flew open this week as two county commissioners offered a plan to charge actual cash for the privilege of riding public transit downtown. They’re absolutely…

Global firm seeking Miami trade hub

Global firm seeking Miami trade hub

One of the globe’s largest industrial property owners is seeking to create a foreign trade zone magnet hub in Northwest Miami-Dade County. Prologis, which operates 574 million square feet of…

Office rents head toward old peak

Office rents head toward old peak

Office space leasing rates in downtown Miami and Brickell are rising up to reach the peak they were at before the realty market slide. While new inventory is being added,…

Profile: Jessica Goldman Srebnick

Profile: Jessica Goldman Srebnick

The development of Wynwood, begun in 2006, wasn’t Goldman Properties’ first venture in Greater Miami. Flash back almost three decades to the 1980s, when Tony Goldman began the revitalization of…

Gables finally getting downtown remake

After nearly a decade of trying, streetscaping of the heart of downtown Coral Gables could begin by next June, with property owners and the city splitting the $18.8 million cost.…

Filming in Miami: September 4, 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;…

Tight land, higher costs hobble homebuilding

Tight land, higher costs hobble homebuilding

Though condos have dominated the housing market in Miami-Dade since February of 2003, single-family homes are still in demand – but land constraints and escalating costs for what little zoned…

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