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Filming in Miami: December 1, 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,…

Marine stadium’s fate must rest on a business plan, not faith

Marine stadium’s fate must rest on a business plan, not faith

Now that Miami commissioners have voted to borrow $45 million to restore Miami Marine Stadium, where does faith in the stadium’s ability to fund its own future end and guaranteed…

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FYI Miami: December 1, 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. NEW COMMISSION…

Diego Lowenstein: Pushing a global growth plan for Virgin Hotels team

Diego Lowenstein: Pushing a global growth plan for Virgin Hotels team

Diego Lowenstein heads a third-generation family business, started by his grandfather, who escaped Frankfurt in Nazi Germany and made a new life for himself and loved ones in Argentina during…

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

A government-business consortium agreed Tuesday that to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling a special assessment or tax increment district should cover the area that would benefit most. The only split…

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

The Florida Department of Health’s process for identifying, testing, investigating and informing the public about cases of locally acquired Zika virus is extensive and in some cases may require up…

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

A Manhattan-born artist now living and working in Miami has been hired to create large colorful murals as a key to a rising mixed-use project in the heart of Edgewater.…

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Mill Creek Residential, a Texas-based company growing its presence in South Florida with several residential developments, is ready to venture into Edgewater. The company plans to build Modera Edgewater 25…

Baptist Health South Florida standardizing all practices

Baptist Health South Florida standardizing all practices

Baptist Health South Florida has found a way to put medical evidence to work for its patients, creating a committee to oversee the standardization of medical practices across the clinical…

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