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Front Page » 2015 » May (Page 4)

Brickell gets biggest office sale ever

Brickell gets biggest office sale ever

The sale announcement of landmark office building 800 Brickell on Tuesday for $111.6 million, or $533 per square foot, will probably set a precedent of pricing in the Brickell area,…

Doral becomes high-end office haven

Doral becomes high-end office haven

The West Dade office market, which years ago comprised buildings near Miami International Airport with small pockets near Dadeland and Kendall, now has coalesced around the Doral area, observers say,…

State’s taxpayers win, but county’s take a protectionist hit

State’s taxpayers win, but county’s take a protectionist hit

Fair competition in government contracts got a win at the state level last week but took another hit in Miami-Dade. Legislative leaders sent to Gov. Rick Scott a bill on…

FYI Miami: May 14, 2015

BOOMING CONSTRUCTION: Contracts for future construction in South Florida more than doubled in March, rising from $400.6 million to $801.8 million Dodge Data & Analytics reports. For the first three…

Filming in Miami: May 14, 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;…

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Miami unveils park opening plans

Miami unveils park opening plans

Miami residents who live near Merrie Christmas Park are still celebrating the reopening of the park after contaminated soil was removed and other improvements were made. Of the city’s remaining…

Related hands Miami a park for free

Related hands Miami a park for free

As developer The Related Group is busy putting finishing touches on its waterfront condo tower Icon Bay, work in also progressing on a new adjoining park – a public park.…

First 45 FIU Physician Assistant slots filled

First 45 FIU Physician Assistant slots filled

Only 45 were chosen out of nearly 700 who applied for Florida International University’s inaugural graduate physician assistant (PA) program, which is set to begin this fall. The 27-month master’s…

Grow America Act could fuel highways

Grow America Act could fuel highways

By all accounts, the economic success of South Florida depends in large part on the efficiency of its transportation infrastructure and needs adequate funding for maintenance as well as new…

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