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Front Page » 2015 » September (Page 3)

Filming in Miami: September 24, 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,…

Cuban Museum preparing for opening

Cuban Museum preparing for opening

Architect Raul Rodriguez did a final walk-through the Cuban Museum’s new building Sept. 11, jotting down a punch-list of any unfinished items his eyes caught. “If it’s a long list,…

Most new downtown condos rented immediately

Most new downtown condos rented immediately

Condo rental rates in the downtown/Brickell area have largely stayed the same for six months, most brokers agree, but they cite a number of variables to watch going forward before…

Eric Mendelson: Oversees high-flying aerospace corporation HEICO

Eric Mendelson: Oversees high-flying aerospace corporation HEICO

Eric Mendelson didn’t know anything about the aerospace industry when he graduated from college and entered the working world. He and his brother were involved from an early age in…

Taiwan airlines in talks for direct Miami flights

Taiwan airlines in talks for direct Miami flights

Miami International Airport is deep in high-level talks with two Taiwan-based airlines interested in developing a nonstop flight, said Emilio González, Miami-Dade aviation director. The first direct flight linking Miami…

Unraveling 68,000 new medical codes

Unraveling 68,000 new medical codes

After several delays, a federally mandated coding system that changes requirements for documenting patient diagnoses is scheduled to take effect Oct. 1. With no further delay in sight, all clinics…

4 riverfront towers of 58 to 60 stories likely

4 riverfront towers of 58 to 60 stories likely

Another billion-dollar development is poised to change Miami in a big way and has garnered preliminary approval from city commissioners. Called simply Miami River, the mixed-use project would bring hotel…

$10 million targeted to restore beaches

$10 million targeted to restore beaches

County commissioners were scheduled this week to approve increasing funds by $10 million for a program to re-nourish Miami-Dade’s beaches and protect its shoreline. The legislation would reduce an allocation…

Incentives bait wasted fishing for what we’ve already caught

Incentives bait wasted fishing for what we’ve already caught

Miami can’t lure enough high-wage jobs with sun, sand and hub-of-the-Americas site, even coupled with benefits of a low-tax state, global links, multicultural workers and Art Basel razzle-dazzle. So incentives…

Finding use for former museum

Finding use for former museum

Members of the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust will integrate the public’s ideas into an evolving master plan for developing a new cultural center at the county-owned estate and grounds…

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