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How urgent are urgent care facilities?

How urgent are urgent care facilities?

Urgent care facilities that offer walk-in care for everything from scraped knees to diagnostic tests are a hit with consumers, but one major hospital system hopes a contrarian move will…

Science museum sprints to finish

Science museum sprints to finish

With $101 million raised toward a fundraising goal of $135 million and most of the exterior construction completed on the four-building complex, the $300 million Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum…

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Open not quite a year, PortMiami Tunnel has met expectations and has exceeded some of them, said Chris Hodgkins, CEO of MAT Concessionaire LLC, its operator. The goal was to…

Design flaw stalls Flagler Street revamp

Design flaw stalls Flagler Street revamp

A flaw in design drawings has sidetracked a long-awaited rebirth of Flagler Street from Biscayne Boulevard to the Dade County Courthouse as a pedestrian-friendly promenade. Told of the snafu, Downtown…

Medical office space healthy after facelift

Medical office space healthy after facelift

Medical office space is changing, and some of the must-haves are different than in the past, but it’s still an attractive investment, sources say. Several new prototypes have emerged in…

No consensus on next big transit move

No consensus on next big transit move

Everyone acknowledges that something must be done to address South Florida’s growing transportation gridlock, but there is very little consensus on next moves. “There’s no appetite to go to the…

Filmmakers told: Go Hispanic

If you want success in the film and entertainment world, go Hispanic, says Paul Brett, a principal of Prescience Media and executive producer of “The King’s Speech,” Chef” and other…

Wynwood district tries to expand

Wynwood district tries to expand

The push continues to expand the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) by pushing out the boundaries slightly but also by including more properties that are already within its geographic area.…

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last September expressed frustration that, in defiance of an agreement hammered out years ago, bridges that serve downtown are being opened during times when…

Beach offices win in niche environment

Beach offices win in niche environment

Miami Beach’s office market is evolving along with the city itself, say brokers who work there. “Miami Beach was one of the pioneers of walkability and urbanism,” said Tere Blanca,…

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