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Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health Systems is moving ahead with its major expansion plans and has earned preliminary approval from city commissioners. Phase I is set to begin next year and include…

Miami River marina plans to add 100-seat restaurant

Miami River marina plans to add 100-seat restaurant

A marina on the Miami River plans to expand its business with the addition of a restaurant. 5th St Marina LLC is proposing construction of a 100-seat restaurant with some…

Javier Holtz: Expands Marquis Bank to 10 times its size in 7 years

Javier Holtz: Expands Marquis Bank to 10 times its size in 7 years

Since Javier J. Holtz joined Coral-Gables based Marquis Bank in March of 2010, he has grown the bank’s assets more than ten times the original size. ‘It’s a pretty basic…

Commissioners are right: stamp out those no-bid contracts

Commissioners are right: stamp out those no-bid contracts

It’s wasteful that one-sixth of all Miami-Dade product and service contracts have no competing bids. Government contracts without competition cost taxpayers more. The trend is for most governments, not just…

Filming in Miami: November 23, 2017

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,…

FYI Miami: November 23, 2017

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. CONSUMER PRICES…

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698 housing units planned at bend of Miami River

698 housing units planned at bend of Miami River

A developer plans nearly 700 residential units in two buildings on a large vacant lot at a bend in the Miami River. The project is to include 1,000 feet of…

US Homeland Security reports to shut Wynwood artery in Art Week

US Homeland Security reports to shut Wynwood artery in Art Week

Citing reports from US Homeland Security and chatter culled from social media that a terrorist event may be brewing, the Miami Police Department will close most of Northwest Second Avenue…

Nero plotting economic development strategy for Puerto Rico

Nero plotting economic development strategy for Puerto Rico

Frank Nero, president and CEO of Miami’s Beacon Council from 1996 to 2013, has a new challenge on his hands: he and his Economic Solutions Group consulting firm have been…

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