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Miami looks to creating trust to help fund The Underline

Miami looks to creating trust to help fund The Underline

In the City of Miami, developers can earn additional floor space and height and other advantages by committing to spend money on public benefits, like constructing a new section of…

Jose Marti Park getting aid from New York nonprofit

Jose Marti Park getting aid from New York nonprofit

One of the largest and most popular parks in the City of Miami will be getting improvements, and a grant may help spur on the renovation. Jose Marti Park, at…

Miami condo price reductions in sales just 1.1% from list

Miami condo price reductions in sales just 1.1% from list

Miami has seen a recent boom in not only condominium construction and sales but also resales. While many buildings are still in the pre-construction or construction stages, there is always…

Luxury yacht industry in Florida has best sales year

Luxury yacht industry in Florida has best sales year

The luxury yacht industry in Florida is enjoying its most successful year, with record numbers of boats sold and registered. Multiple companies in Miami have reaped the benefits, saying that…

Largest trade delegation ever, 117 people, visits from France

Largest trade delegation ever, 117 people, visits from France

Miami-Dade County has added a new partner, signing a sister city agreement with Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolis, city of Marseille, France, on Monday to usher in a cooperation agreement where the two…

Miami International Airport flies high on first-class seats

Miami International Airport flies high on first-class seats

As the second busiest US airport for international passenger traffic, Miami International Airport has recruiting new international air carriers down to a science. Airport Director Emilio Gonzalez says one factor…

Rental apartment building proposed on shore of Miami River

Rental apartment building proposed on shore of Miami River

A developer is proposing to construct a rental building with 63 market-rate apartments on the south shore of the Miami River at 1515 NW South River Drive. Antonio P. Pardo…

Wage slowpoke Miami suddenly leads the national pack

Wage slowpoke Miami suddenly leads the national pack

The labor market puzzle just got more perplexing. Job demand is growing, unemployment is falling, yet wages seem stuck in place. Or are they? “Jobs Rebound, Wages Stand Still” was…

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FYI Miami: November 9, 2017

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