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Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend

Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend

As cities across the US continue to see population growth slow as residents uproot for the suburbs or other cities altogether, Miami continues to see growth in its urban core,…

Magellan Development Group moves on 838 Midtown apartments

Magellan Development Group moves on 838 Midtown apartments

Showing how its large mixed-use project will fit in with the surroundings of a growing Midtown helped Magellan Development Group gain a thumbs-up from a city review board. After deferring…

Decline in on-time performance at Miami International Airport

Decline in on-time performance at Miami International Airport

Aviation industry reports recorded a decline in on-time performance at Miami International Airport, or MIA, during calendar year 2015. The County Commission’s Trade & Tourism Committee hired consultant Leigh Fisher…

P3 can serve Miami-Dade well, task force says

P3 can serve Miami-Dade well, task force says

Infrastructure is a vital, fundamental element for Miami-Dade’s future, which the county’s Private Public (P3) Task Force told a county committee this week can be well served by this type…

Canadian consul general develops Florida trade links

Canadian consul general develops Florida trade links

Though she’s only been the Canadian consul general in Miami for just over three months, Susan Harper is adjusting quickly to her new position by identifying her priorities, traveling throughout…

Aviation bonds net Miami-Dade $152 million saving

Aviation bonds net Miami-Dade $152 million saving

The issuance and negotiated sale of $744.375 million aviation revenue refunding bonds last month was deemed a success by Mayor Carlos Giménez, as the series represents a net present value…

Aerial transit to ballpark could be home run for community

Aerial transit to ballpark could be home run for community

A feasibility study has pinpointed cost-effective, no-wait transit for a niche Miami market that would maximize current resources while acting as a pilot for other micro mobility gains. The Metropolitan…

FYI Miami: October 6, 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. CONSTRUCTION STARTS…

Filming in Miami: October 6, 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,…

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