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Stories written by Catherine Lackner

Old County Courthouse May Get Needed Repairs

A downtown landmark has fallen upon hard times, but help is on the way.…

Downtown Miami Officials Working To Address Macys Concerns

One month after members of Miami's Downtown Development Authority board expressed concern that Macy's might be leaving downtown, authority members say they have pulled together a "collaborative effort" with city…

Macys May Leave Downtown Miami

Alarmed that Federated Department Stores is considering moving its Macy's store at 22 E. Flagler St. out of downtown, members of Miami's Downtown Development Authority last week vowed to intervene…

Mixeduse Towers To Replace Civic Center Days Inn

Two 25-story towers comprising about 391,000 square feet for offices, 15,000 square feet for retail and 430 hotel rooms are set to rise on 3.26 acres at 1050 NW 14th…

Supporters Opponents Debate Streetcar Proposal

Plans are rolling forward for a Miami streetcar line to connect Government Center downtown to the Civic Center and the Design District. Tracks would be set in the pavement, and…

Downtown Agency To Help Fund Preorange Bowl Bash

Miami's Downtown Development Authority is spending $50,000 to help bring an eight-hour Orange Bowl event downtown and a throng of visitors to the heart of the city, something not seen…

Related Groups Mercy Condo Project Suffers Second Setback

Miami's Planning Advisory Board has handed The Related Group another setback in its quest to build 300 Grove Bay Residences, a three-tower condominium envisioned to rise from a parking lot…

Coast Guard May Curtail Opening Of Brickell Bridge During Lunch Hour

Lunch-hour traffic jams caused by Miami's Brickell Avenue Bridge openings may disappear by year's end.…

After Long Road To Transit Tax Supporter Cites Challenge To Win Publics Trust

Last November's passage of the half-penny sales tax for public transportation was "one of the most dramatic events in recent history," but there's no time for proponents to rest on…

Flat Commercial Real Estate Market Follows Waiting Attitude Of 02

Miami's commercial space market remained largely flat in 2002, but some bright spots are on the horizon.…

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