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Profile: Bill Johnson

Profile: Bill Johnson

As director of one of the largest public utilities in the United States, Bill Johnson is responsible for supplying Miami-Dade County residents, businesses and visitors with high-quality drinking water and…

City rejection, but Worldcenter rolls ahead

City rejection, but Worldcenter rolls ahead

Developers and designers of Miami Worldcenter met sharp criticism Dec. 17 from the city’s Urban Development Review Board, which then rejected the design – a move likely to hasten rather…

South Florida electric costs 17% cheaper

South Florida electric costs 17% cheaper

The Miami area, which consistently has paid far less than the national average for electricity, saw the gap widen even more in November. In November 2013 the Miami area was…

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Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

The Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday approved the allocation of an aggregate $20 million of taxpayer funds to three privately developed projects, including the 1,000-foot Skyrise tower to rise at…

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Agave Ponce LLC met a setback in scheduling last week when a Coral Gables board couldn’t decide whether to amend zoning for the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old…

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Drawn by both favorable weather and tax climates, financial service firms are a fast-growing business sector here. “Hedge funds have been moving from New York and elsewhere to Miami,” said…

Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

A trio of developers is coming together to create one of the first luxury rental apartment buildings in Midtown Miami. Midtown 29 is a proposed mixed-use development planned for a…

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Miami’s own film studio work advances

Miami’s own film studio work advances

Minus one wall and bearing a new name, the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency’s planned film studio 50 NW 14th St. continues to move forward. The Florida Film & Television Center,…

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