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Front Page » 2016 » November (Page 6)

FYI Miami: November 3, 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. MORE ROOMS…

Filming in Miami: November 3, 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,…

Ramona Messore: Develops a very different Saks for Brickell City Centre

Ramona Messore: Develops a very different Saks for Brickell City Centre

Ramona Messore didn’t start out intending to work in fashion retail or even begin her life in Miami. She was born in Beirut, Lebanon, the daughter of parents who were…

Greater Miami Chamber makes Red Cross CEO its own

Greater Miami Chamber makes Red Cross CEO its own

  After a national search, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce directors voted unanimously Tuesday to install Alfred Sanchez as president and CEO on Dec. 5 and began informing community organizations…

Inventory of single-family homes priced under $400,000 has shrunk

Inventory of single-family homes priced under $400,000 has shrunk

Recent sales figures show the county’s inventory of single-family homes priced under $400,000 has shrunk to a new low – and most of the new homes under construction are in…

Thousands of units flow into Midtown residential market

Thousands of units flow into Midtown residential market

As a steady stream of completed rental units trickles into the Midtown residential market just as construction begins on others and still others are proposed, the emerging market seems to…

With new planes, El Al Airlines is eyeing Miami

With new planes, El Al Airlines is eyeing Miami

Following an investment in a top-of-the-line jet airliner and bump in passenger numbers, Israel’s El Al Airlines is eyeing Miami as a possible new service point. “Discussions with El Al…

Miami commissioner seeks $15 living wage for some contract workers

Miami commissioner seeks $15 living wage for some contract workers

Following up on a promise made this spring, Ken Russell, the freshman City of Miami commissioner, is sponsoring a proposal to guarantee a living wage for workers fulfilling city service…

Miami International Airport to be foreign trade zone magnet

Miami International Airport to be foreign trade zone magnet

County commissioners on Tuesday approved an application to the US Department of Commerce that would designate Miami International Airport as a Foreign Trade Zone magnet site. If approved by the…

Miami moves to more incentives for affordable housing

Miami moves to more incentives for affordable housing

To face head-on the serious lack of affordable housing in the City of Miami, city commissioners are preparing to offer further incentives to developers in order to encourage construction of…

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