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Front Page » 2015 » March (Page 2)

Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach has served as a backdrop for films, television shows, modeling shoots, videos and other forms of entertainment for almost its entire history, and that trend shows no signs…

Convention center hotel called pivotal

Convention center hotel called pivotal

Even as Miami Beach joyously celebrates its centennial this week, business leaders and officials are busy preparing for the next 100 years. The Beach continues to be a star with…

UM stem cell research on heart may go national

UM stem cell research on heart may go national

University of Miami stem cell research on generating healthy heart tissue in heart attack survivors is on track to be tested across the US. The National Heart, Lung and Blood…

State OKs cutting Biscayne Boulevard lanes

State OKs cutting Biscayne Boulevard lanes

A plan to re-do Biscayne Boulevard being advanced by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has the tacit approval of the Florida Department of Transportation, though the former, not the latter,…

Zoning seeks workforce housing near Arsht Center

Zoning seeks workforce housing near Arsht Center

A new zoning classification is available to developers who want a bit more floor space, in exchange for participation in the City of Miami’s public benefits program, a part of…

Downtown towers’ values soar

Downtown towers’ values soar

Come early June when 2015 taxable values are completed, Miami-Dade Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia expects that people will be impressed with how well the commercial market is doing in the…

FYI Miami: March 19, 2015

ASIA AIR LINKS: Miami-Dade aviation leaders met last week in Taiwan with key government and airline officials in a bid to create a passenger air link. “Our MIA team is…

Profile: Jordana Pomeroy

Profile: Jordana Pomeroy

Jordana Pomeroy was an intern at the Museum of Modern Art before going off to college. It wasn’t a fascinating summer job but, rather, what one would expect, with its…

Developer to build park on river

Developer to build park on river

Efforts to turn a small overgrown lot on the Miami River close to downtown into a lush pocket park for the public moved forward when a developer presented architectural drawings…

Miami renters increase 25% in 7 years

Miami renters increase 25% in 7 years

Miami’s rental population is growing and market watchers are divided as to why, with some saying it’s temporary and others that housing prices are prohibitive for anyone but the super-wealthy.…

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