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Luxury Highrise Targets Brickell Site

The long-vacant Mental Health Association building at 30 SE Eighth St. might become home to Brickell's newest luxury high-rise by year's end.…

Downtown Charter School Faces New Hurdle Of Plans For Nearby Parcel

All that stands in the way of opening a charter school in downtown Miami is approval by the county's school district, which could come as early as this month or…

Area Hospitals Find Innovation Insight Needed To Capture Market

Miami hospital administrators say they have learned they must be innovative and insightful to capture a major share of the lucrative South American market.…

South Miami Avenue Homeowners Unite To Voice Concerns

Concerned that 3,000 new dwellings — either under construction or on the drawing boards — to the north and east will transform their quiet neighborhood, the South Miami Avenue Homeowners…

Signed Deed Moves Arts Center Project Into Evaluation Period

With a crucial signed deed from Knight Ridder firmly — and finally — in hand, the Performing Arts Center Trust is ready to begin the pre-construction process two months after…

Bap Gains Permit For Brickell View

Saying concerns about safety and noise have been addressed, the Miami City Commission gave a green light with 'caution' that BAP Development's Brickell View, slated to be one of the…

Panel Would Retry Penny Sales Tax To Ease Roads Ahead

largest microsoft meeting ever coming to miami enterprise florida opening trade office in south africa developers contacted by city for watson island project airport area businesses bloom with flower…

Miami Homeless Annex Beds Trigger Downtown Concerns

Miami's Homeless Assistance Center is gearing up to add as many as 55 more beds amid fears that more capacity may exacerbate the city's homeless situation.…

Stierheim Reflects On Years With County Wont Disappear

Outgoing Miami-Dade Manager Merrett Stierheim continues to be "quite bullish" on the county's future for 2001 and beyond. And he refuses to rule out a continuing role in leadership circles.…

International Airport Traffic Seen Rebounding In Year

Traffic at Miami International Airport is expected to remain strong and regain some of last year's…

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