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Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Last year, Florida homeowners insurance companies took in more than $8.5 billion from policy premiums while paying out $2.3 billion in losses and other expenses, for a net difference of…

Filming in Miami: August 21, 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;…

FYI Miami: August 21, 2014

NO MORE PLAYING AROUND: The Coconut Grove Village Council is hosting a public meeting to discuss an alternative plan for the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Friday, Aug. 22, at 6…

All Aboard Florida unveils station details

All Aboard Florida unveils station details

All Aboard Florida has submitted plans detailing the look and configuration of its downtown Miami station. The station is to rise on nearly 7 acres spanning from Northwest Third to…

Grove appeal spurs housing price rises

Grove appeal spurs housing price rises

Coconut Grove will always be an appealing place to live, local realtors say, with the vast majority of its single-family homes, condos and townhouses remaining valuable and sought after by…

Grove towers to add almost 400 condos

Grove towers to add almost 400 condos

More than any other development firm, Terra Group is having a major impact on the face of Coconut Grove’s famous waterfront. And that’s fitting because after all, Terra Group’s home…

Fuel may finally flow at Port Miami

Fuel may finally flow at Port Miami

To build on its international recognition as a major cruise and cargo port, PortMiami might change the way it fuels large ships. PortMiami doesn’t have on-port fueling. Rather, a tugboat…

Big investors reap whirlwind rental profits

Wall Street and other big investors are reaping the benefits of Miami-Dade County’s robust housing rental market, but to the chagrin of renters paying top dollar, market watchers say. Those…

Obamacare paradox in Florida

Obamacare paradox in Florida

In the first year of “Obamacare,” Florida led the nation in having the most new private health insurance enrollees per capita, yet the Sunshine State still has one of the…

Swire work closing Metromover stop for year

Swire work closing Metromover stop for year

Say goodbye to the Eighth Street Metromover station on Friday. The commuter rail station will close until next summer to undergo $4.6 million in improvements as part of Swire Properties…

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