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Coral Gables office market roaring into 2018

Coral Gables office market roaring into 2018

The Coral Gables office market continues to be steady and reliable, observers say. “In the big picture, Coral Gables is solid,” said Donna Abood, principal and managing director of Avison…

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Amid Coconut Grove Playhouse intermission, garage shrinks

Amid Coconut Grove Playhouse intermission, garage shrinks

Historic preservationists may have won a partial victory with a Miami Parking Authority vow to shrink the height and scale of a garage planned in efforts to save the shuttered…

Miami-Dade looks at rolling circulator buses across county

Miami-Dade looks at rolling circulator buses across county

Though many municipalities provide low fare and free bus circulators to their residents, unincorporated Miami-Dade residents are left to rely exclusively on the Metrorail, Metrobus and Metromover systems. To provide…

Miami-Dade launching signal technology on South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade launching signal technology on South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade is launching signal enhancement on the South Dade TransitWay this week that eventually will speed flows at 300 intersections along 10 corridors via an $11.1 million investment that transportation…

South Florida’s first Diverging Diamond interchange nears

South Florida’s first Diverging Diamond interchange nears

The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) plans to debut South Florida’s first diverging diamond highway interchanges – which for short stretches have drivers cruising down the left side of the road…

Grocery chain may help market Zoo Miami product – Zoo Doo

Grocery chain may help market Zoo Miami product – Zoo Doo

Zoo Miami’s animal and plant waste composting project commonly referred to as “Zoo Doo” faced a setback in sales so far this year as a result of Hurricane Irma shutting…

University of Miami hatchery learns to grow large quantities of mahi mahi

University of Miami hatchery learns to grow large quantities of mahi mahi

The University of Miami’s aquaculture program and hatchery on Virginia Key, which is capable of supporting a wide range of research projects concurrently, has successfully found a way to grow…

Ransom Everglades School expanding in a big way

Ransom Everglades School expanding in a big way

Ransom Everglades School in Coconut Grove is expanding in a big way. The latest plan will expand the Upper School campus by nearly 7 acres by adding adjacent property known…

FYI Miami: December 21, 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. BOMB DETECTION…

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