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Front Page » 2014 (Page 3)

As traffic clogs, mass transit many days late, dollars short

As traffic clogs, mass transit many days late, dollars short

Last week’s heated county debate over bias on gender identity ran so long that it wiped out a subsequent meeting on transit that presented three moving issues of its own.…

40 more luxury retailers on way

40 more luxury retailers on way

Miami’s Design District, already home to more than 60 luxury retailers, will welcome at least 40 more when the first phase of an audacious new project opens its doors early…

FYI Miami: November 20, 2014

ENERGY COST SAVINGS: Miami-Dade government wants to save on energy costs at the county-run Miami International Airport. The county might contract with Florida Power & Light Co. for the utility…

Design District developments coming

Design District developments coming

After decades of deterioration, the Design District has risen to fame, as evidenced by the number of projects underway as well as planned for the arts, retail, office and residential.…

Miami thrives as nation’s luxury car capital

Miami thrives as nation’s luxury car capital

As retail sales swell amid the turkey and tinsel of each holiday season, luxury car sales also see larger receipts at day’s end. That is particularly true for the Miami…

Homes in eight digits lure buyers to Miami

Homes in eight digits lure buyers to Miami

Luxury housing, defined by most Miami brokers as $2 million and over, is in a category of its own with specific features and audience. It’s a strong market with buyers…

Global shoppers fuel Miami malls

Global shoppers fuel Miami malls

Efforts to cash in on international tourism are paying off for some of the area’s largest shopping malls. While it’s difficult to get accurate figures, international visitors account for a…

Partying at $1,000-plus per guest

Partying at $1,000-plus per guest

As the holiday season gains steam, are people in a celebratory mood? “Yes, particularly if they’re Republicans!” quipped Bill Hansen last week after the GOP squeaked through a tight gubernatorial…

Edge tower sells to river’s edge

Edge tower sells to river’s edge

True to its name, the sales office for The Edge on Brickell is being built right to the edge of the Miami River. Encroachment into an area that must be…

FYI Miami: November 13, 2014

SPEEDING UP: Miami-Dade has changed procurement for Jackson Health System contracts. An ordinance the county commission OK’d last week aims to speed up the awarding of contracts for capital improvements…

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