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Front Page » 2018 » June (Page 3)

One pact on plan to narrow Biscayne Boulevard, but studies still due

One pact on plan to narrow Biscayne Boulevard, but studies still due

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a new more detailed agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority for the Biscayne Green Project. But the plan…

New Institute of Contemporary Art Leaders hail attendance

New Institute of Contemporary Art Leaders hail attendance

With two new leaders at the helm, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami has seen upwards of 50,000 visitors since opening six months ago and is looking forward to introducing…

5-point solution targets Brickell Bridge Gridlock

5-point solution targets Brickell Bridge Gridlock

The Coast Guard says it’s willing to test an altered schedule for opening the Brickell Avenue Bridge if others deliver on four key changes to the clogged roadway crossing the…

Adler unveils ambitious plan for Miami’s riverfront

Adler unveils ambitious plan for Miami’s riverfront

The Adler company has quite an ambitious plan to transform the downtown riverfront in Miami, and is moving toward a major redevelopment of prime real estate on the Miami River.…

SeaVee Boats set to replace five sites, add 100 jobs

SeaVee Boats set to replace five sites, add 100 jobs

SeaVee Boats is probably two to three weeks away from receiving the final necessary building permits from Miami-Dade County to begin construction of its new facility, according to Ariel Pared,…

Arab Health in Dubai meant $69 million to Florida

Arab Health in Dubai meant $69 million to Florida

Florida companies had $6.2 million in sales at the 2018 Arab Health event in United Arab Emirates in Dubai in February and are projecting $63 million more in sales over…

Jungle Island to jump-start transit link to Miami Beach

Jungle Island to jump-start transit link to Miami Beach

As part of a proposed lease extension for city-owned land on Watson Island, Jungle Island has committed to fund purchase of a City of Miami trolley – which could become…

Sales build for Miami’s luxury real estate

Sales build for Miami’s luxury real estate

The crème de la crème of luxury real estate continues to sell like hotcakes. Homes and condos at the top 10% of the entire market show higher sales this year…

Miami Beach seeks to host 2020 Democratic National Convention

Miami Beach seeks to host 2020 Democratic National Convention

Miami-Dade County – specifically Miami Beach – has expressed interest in hosting the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Beach Mayor Dan Gelber told the city commission last week. The commission agreed…

Miami River developments increasing after $26 million deal

Miami River developments increasing after $26 million deal

The Miami River has seen a flurry of attempts to revitalize the area. The mixed-use River Landing under construction has spurred interest and activity seeking new opportunities along the corridor…

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