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Front Page » 2016 » August (Page 6)

High-rises hailed for bringing workforce housing to Miami

High-rises hailed for bringing workforce housing to Miami

Developers of a pair of high-rises next door to a Metromover station are being praised by city officials for committing to bring much needed workforce housing to Miami. Melo Group,…

Gated communities impede walkable communities

Gated communities impede walkable communities

The aura of security and belongingness that once surrounded the City of Doral’s gated communities has come to represent a hindrance in the city’s efforts to create a connected, walkable…

FYI Miami: August 4, 2016

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. AIRPORT TRAFFIC…

Andrew Frey: Seeking to help build world-class urban neighborhoods

Andrew Frey: Seeking to help build world-class urban neighborhoods

Andrew Frey’s career goal was always to become a real estate developer. He was an urban planner after graduating from college, worked as a zoning lawyer for six years, and…

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Redevelopment agency awards Perez Art Museum Miami $1 million

Redevelopment agency awards Perez Art Museum Miami $1 million

The Omni Community Redevelopment Agency board has awarded the Pérez Art Museum Miami $1 million for community benefits and programs. Some of the cash will go to spruce up three…

Miami commission on right track: exit all bidding disputes

Miami commission on right track: exit all bidding disputes

Getting bid protests out of the Miami City Commission’s hair and into the hands of a hearing officer or administrative judge is a logical move that commissioners began with a…

Filming in Miami: August 4, 2016

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,…

County to seek proposals for its first four electric buses

County to seek proposals for its first four electric buses

The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works will soon seek proposals for its first four electric buses and necessary charging stations with a $2.4 million Federal Transit Administration grant,…

Doral city manager says ‘We’re a city in transition”

Doral city manager says ‘We’re a city in transition”

“We’re a city in transition,” says Edward A. Rojas, Doral city manager. “It’s a unique situation in that we were a little sleepy suburban community and now we’re a product…

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