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Front Page » 2016 » October (Page 3)

Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward

Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward

Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward. A development company plans to build a mixed-use residential tower on Southwest Second Avenue, about a block and a half east of I-95. Maizon…

East Little Havana getting supermarket-apartments complex

East Little Havana getting supermarket-apartments complex

A revised plan to bring a residential and retail project to the heart of East Little Havana has gained unanimous support of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board. The plan from…

County buys diesel buses as compressed natural gas sought

County buys diesel buses as compressed natural gas sought

Commissioners on Tuesday approved 10-3 buying 15 diesel buses for $8,139,630 grant money, but not before with a long debate on whether the county’s approach to replacing its aging fleet…

State seeks ways to build Miami River freight capacity

State seeks ways to build Miami River freight capacity

A state-sponsored study of using multiple modes of transportation to ease congestion and support freight transit along the booming Miami River launched Monday. The objective is to target viable ways…

FYI Miami: October 13, 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. FEWER FLY…

Get heavy hitters into the game for ballpark aerial transit

Get heavy hitters into the game for ballpark aerial transit

The game of linking 5,500 Marlins Park parking spots to car-choked downtown’s Government Center via aerial cable is in early innings, too late for 2017’s All-Star Game here but still…

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Steven Marcus: Guiding grants by Health Foundation of South Florida

Steven Marcus: Guiding grants by Health Foundation of South Florida

Steven Marcus, president and CEO of Health Foundation of South Florida, just received a national award in recognition of his promoting health equity. Health equity, as Mr. Marcus defines it,…

Filming in Miami: October 13, 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,…

Brink’s Global Services seeks Foreign Trade Zone at airport

Brink’s Global Services seeks Foreign Trade Zone at airport

Brink’s Global Services USA has signed a letter of intent for a long-term lease in a future Foreign Trade Zone at Miami International Airport to store and process precious metals,…

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