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Offices Planned After Sale Of First Avenue Building

South Beach developer Scott Robins has made a $2.5 million foray into downtown Miami, purchasing the city's original US post office building at 100 NE First Ave.…

Watson Marina Moves Forward Youth Museum Conditions Set

Miami city commissioners are setting the stage for a mega-yacht marina on Watson Island while hinting at acceptable conditions for a youth museum on the 88-acre islet.…

Downtown Hotel Business Solid Authority Members Told

Driven by a healthy economy and a unified marketing campaign, occupancy at downtown hotels is at a 10-year high, officials told Miami's Downtown Development Authority.…

Pitch To Stores To Go On Says Downtown Authority Team

Downtown Development Authority board members say the agency will continue to showcase the properties and pluses of Miami's central business district across the nation in order to attract more enterprise.…

Miamis Waterfront Board Still Playing Key Role Along Shore

As the City of Miami considers myriad plans for Watson Island, Virginia Key, Bicentennial Park and other ocean- and bay-front properties, Miami's Waterfront Advisory Board is facing a full agenda.…

Downtown Development Agency Files Charter Application

The gears are in motion for a charter school sponsored by Miami's Downtown Development Authority that could accept students as early as August 2002.…

Parking Authority Postal Service Team Up On Garage

With a significant garage in the eastern part of Coconut Grove nearing completion, members of Miami's Off-Street Parking Board are negotiating to build a similar mixed-use building that will act…

Rouse Co Ready With Plan For West Kendall Center

The Rouse Co., developer of Bayside Marketplace and the proposed Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables, is ready to seek zoning approval for the 160-acre West Kendall Town Center…

Application For Downtown Miami Charter School Goes Forward

Facing an Oct. 1 deadline, Miami's Downtown Development Authority is pushing through an application to open a downtown charter school that could accept students as early as August 2002.…

Parking System Fate To Go On Ballot As Carollo Prevails

In a political victory for Mayor Joe Carollo, Miami city commissioners agreed to add a charter amendment to the Nov. 7 ballot that will remove the Miami Parking System's "exclusivity."…

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