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20-story hotel targets Edgewater

20-story hotel targets Edgewater

A mixed-use project that promises to bring high-end hotel rooms to Edgewater is planned for the crossroads of North Miami Avenue and 36th Street. It’s called Triptych and is being…

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

Miami-Dade won’t collect what an appraisal says is 187% more than it now does on four waterfront acres behind American Airlines Arena. Commissioners were to raise fees Tuesday to do…

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Miami commissioners had been debating for almost an hour which two new trolley routes to select when Marc Sarnoff, who’d left last week’s meeting for an outside event and returned,…

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last September expressed frustration that, in defiance of an agreement hammered out years ago, bridges that serve downtown are being opened during times when…

Bus factory site hunt in high gear

Bus factory site hunt in high gear

Plans are moving ahead for two Turkish brothers who plan to open a bus manufacturing facility in Miami-Dade County. In March, Claude and Jan Nahum of Karsan U.S.A. announced their…

Skyrise observation tower reshapes bayfront

Skyrise observation tower reshapes bayfront

For the first time in many years, the Miami waterfront is changing its form. You can thank developer Jeff Berkowitz, president of Berkowitz Development Group. Workers are busy reshaping the…

FYI Miami: May 21, 2015

RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT: Miami-Dade is starting from scratch in the search for firms that will establish a red light camera program for the county’s police department, now that the…

Courthouse partnership deal advancing

Courthouse partnership deal advancing

Miami-Dade County officials who have been analyzing the best options for a new civil courthouse now await guidance on public-private partnerships as well as a long-range master plan update of…

Michael Wohl: Developing affordable housing to fill vast shortfall

Michael Wohl: Developing affordable housing to fill vast shortfall

Michael Wohl has been interested in real estate development ever since he can remember. His father, an attorney turned apartment developer, was responsible for the master planning of Brickell Avenue…

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