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Front Page » 2015 » April (Page 6)

North Beach on comeback trail

North Beach on comeback trail

There’s more to Miami Beach than the epic pool parties of SoBe. The bundle of barrier islands with a penchant for pastel colors and swaying palms has another neighborhood that…

Realty success stories capture honors

Realty success stories capture honors

W. Allen Morris says Miami is not immune from another “boom and bust” cycle nor can it see valuations of property sustained but developers should feel positive about the future…

Filming in Miami: April 2, 2015

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: April 2, 2015

TRI-RAIL FUNDING: Miami-Dade County has committed $13.8 million in soft pledges to partially fund expansion of Tri-Rail service to downtown Miami. The funds have yet to be approved by the…

Fair to take time studying offered sites

Fair to take time studying offered sites

Miami-Dade County is preliminarily proposing four sites where the Youth Fair could potentially relocate. The county is responsible for finding a suitable site for the Youth Fair, which is run…

Torrid housing pace catches up to ’04

Torrid housing pace catches up to ’04

Despite four record-breaking years, residential prices are only now regaining their 2004 highs, according to Teresa King Kinney, CEO of the Miami Association of Realtors. During an address at the…

What a difference in optimism three years have produced

What a difference in optimism three years have produced

Economic optimism that was squelched by the recession has come roaring back among Miami Today readers, and with good reason: their financial positions have improved markedly. The average reader’s mean…

UM president hunt down to wire

UM president hunt down to wire

The University of Miami’s hunt for a new president is nearing its end, Richard D. Fain, vice chair of the board of trustees and chair of the search committee, reported…

Profile: Carlos Castillo

Profile: Carlos Castillo

Carlos Castillo began as a firefighter because he enjoys being able to work in emergencies and helping people. He likes getting things done quickly and effectively and says the paperwork…

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