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Planning collaboration targets affordable housing shortage in Miami

Planning collaboration targets affordable housing shortage in Miami

City of Miami leaders are turning to master planning work to help address the critical shortage of affordable housing in the growing city. The Miami City Commission recently approved a…

$56 million pact kicks off Golden Glades’ park-ride

$56 million pact kicks off Golden Glades’ park-ride

The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a contract for a $56 million multimodal transportation facility and truck travel center in the current Golden Glades park-and-ride lot. The contract went…

Bonds that helped Jackson Health System facilities to be remarketed next week

Bonds that helped Jackson Health System facilities to be remarketed next week

Fitch Ratings this month assigned an AA, or “very high credit quality,” rating to $200 million in outstanding general obligation bonds sold by Miami-Dade County to partially finance improvements and…

North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

The proposed Chinatown in North Miami is moving closer to solidifying some design plans. The city could be requesting proposals for architecture firms in the next few weeks, according to…

FYI Miami: August 16, 2018

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. GAMBLING JACKPOT:…

Legislative ‘usurping’ brings costly lower Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority bond rating

Legislative ‘usurping’ brings costly lower Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority bond rating

Citing “unprecedented intervention” by the Florida Legislature, one of the nation’s top credit-rating agencies has downgraded the outlook on all Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority (MDX) senior-rated bonds from “stable” to…

Miami orders audit of Melreese Golf Course as it seeks retail-office-soccer complex

Miami orders audit of Melreese Golf Course as it seeks retail-office-soccer complex

What exactly has been going on behind the scenes at the Melreese golf course in Miami? City of Miami officials are seeking to find out. The city-owned property, about 131…

Double-deck bus idea is appealing, but pitfalls are apparent

Double-deck bus idea is appealing, but pitfalls are apparent

No silver bullet will blast away Miami-Dade’s growing mobility barriers in a flash, though all commuters are “expert” in not only what’s wrong but how to fix the mess now…

Miami International Airport baggage handling improvements top $230 million

Miami International Airport baggage handling improvements top $230 million

An additional $46.3 million will be spent to improve baggage handling systems at Miami International Airport, raising the project’s cost to $230.8 million, as Miami-Dade commissioners in July approved the…

Filming in Miami: August 9, 2018

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,…

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