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Front Page » 2015 » August (Page 3)

FYI Miami: August 20, 2015

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. GARAGE DEVELOPMENTS:…

River mega-yacht marina slip sales begin

River mega-yacht marina slip sales begin

The plan to build a secure marina for mega-yachts on the Miami River is moving forward at a steady speed, with sales for the unique project kicking off a couple…

Maze of solutions congests efforts to enhance our mobility

Maze of solutions congests efforts to enhance our mobility

Escalating concern about getting around Miami in predictable time dominates serious news. As ever-larger construction involves more and more people, we belatedly find it’s time to plan for the impact…

Filming in Miami: August 20, 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,…

Grove housing tight, prices rising

Grove housing tight, prices rising

Low inventory and climbing prices make the Coconut Grove residential real estate market favorable for the seller, real estate experts say. “There’s not a lot of inventory and prices are…

Coral Gables seeks long-term traffic fix

Coral Gables seeks long-term traffic fix

Coral Gables has requested qualifications of firms interested in conducting a city-wide ten-year multi-modal transportation plan. The request notes that the city’s geographic position as a “transportation linchpin between the…

Aged bridge to be replaced, moved elsewhere

Aged bridge to be replaced, moved elsewhere

A deteriorating bridge that’s eligible to enter the National Register of Historic Places would be added to Miami-Dade County’s Economic Stimulus Program under a resolution due to come before county…

Coconut Grove tourism rebounds

Coconut Grove tourism rebounds

Anecdotally, there’s no shortage of tourists stepping off the big red bus touring through Coconut Grove. There’s also no shortage of visitors dining at the Grove’s restaurants, shopping at its…

UM reverses campus traffic growth

UM reverses campus traffic growth

As the University of Miami has grown over the past two decades, it has shrunk its neighborhood traffic impact, a university study says. Janet Gavarrete, associate vice president of campus…

Welcome to Miami-Dade County, home of the dullest motto

Welcome to Miami-Dade County, home of the dullest motto

Miami-Dade County is poised to toss a free economic development opportunity into the garbage for no good reason. The opportunity is to hang a global nametag on our community –…

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