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GREAT CAFETERIA !!! In the Heart of Brickell – Excellent opportunity to lease. Fully equipped and operating with wine, beer and tobacco license. Asking price $4,500 per month. All utilities…

Filming in Miami: July 23, 2015

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

In one day, 1,750 more housing units

In one day, 1,750 more housing units

If you think Miami’s building boom is slowing, try telling that to the city’s Urban Development Review Board. In one afternoon last week the board reviewed about a half-dozen planned…

Felice Gorordo: Building a business around immigration status needs

Felice Gorordo: Building a business around immigration status needs

At the close of his 2011-12 stint as a White House Fellow working for President Obama’s domestic policy council and in public engagement, Felice Gorordo was thinking about what to…

Cuban Museum due for wrap-up

Cuban Museum due for wrap-up

A final completion date for the Cuban Museum’s new building has been set for late August, finally solidifying what has been a fluid timeline for the center’s completion. Part of…

All Aboard Florida rail team on track

All Aboard Florida rail team on track

All Aboard Florida is busy lining up its corporate partners in its quest to establish a new passenger rail service, and creating new jobs in its wake. All Aboard Florida…

County hands developer river land for park

County hands developer river land for park

The public will be the beneficiary of a new riverfront park, thanks to an agreement between Miami-Dade government and the developer of mixed-use River Landing Shops and Residences. County commissioners…

Warehouse feeding frenzy continues

Warehouse feeding frenzy continues

Vacancy rates in the Miami industrial sector remain low, dropping from about 4% in the first quarter of the year to 3.8% now, CBRE reported. Seagis Property Group, a Pennsylvania-based…

Doral office market exploding

Doral office market exploding

When it comes to Doral’s office market, the maxim “If you build it, they will come” is frequently cited as a rationale for its success. “Doral has been exploding in…

Businesses may define Marine Stadium use

Businesses may define Marine Stadium use

City leaders are moving to define Miami Marine Stadium’s future. After accepting an $80,000 grant to investigate the concrete stadium’s underwater supports July 9, commissioners debated the purpose and use…

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