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Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy enrolls 80% minorities

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy enrolls 80% minorities

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy, Miami-Dade’s first pharmacy school and the only college in Florida to offer a three-year program culminating in a doctor of pharmacy degree, reached…

Big changes coming to South Beach to restore lost luster

Big changes coming to South Beach to restore lost luster

Big changes are coming to South Beach, and business operators there are opening their checkbooks to pay for them. “My clients felt the changes are important,” said Alex Tachmes, a…

Coral Gables garage development battle continues

Coral Gables garage development battle continues

The competition to redevelop two garages owned by the City of Coral Gables is very much alive, city sources said this week. Though an evaluation committee voted for a proposal…

Flagler Street redevelopment project moving faster

Flagler Street redevelopment project moving faster

In the past few weeks “there’s been very significant progress” on the Flagler Street redevelopment project, said Brian Alonso, co-chair of the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s Flagler Street Task Force.…

Coral Gables City Center wins garage design competition

Coral Gables City Center wins garage design competition

Coral Gables City Center, a proposal by The Allen Morris Company and The Related Group to replace two antiquated city parking garages with more appropriate buildings, last week was voted…

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail, but how?

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail, but how?

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail on the island, but if, how and when it will connect to the mainland remains to be seen. Miami Beach…

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

A government-business consortium agreed Tuesday that to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling a special assessment or tax increment district should cover the area that would benefit most. The only split…

Art from 29 nations comes to Art Basel Miami Beach

Art from 29 nations comes to Art Basel Miami Beach

This year will be the 15th for Art Basel Miami Beach and features 269 leading international galleries from 29 countries, with 50% of all exhibitors having spaces in the Americas.…

Design District is mainly about retail

Design District is mainly about retail

The Design District is mainly about retail, observers say, and it is perfectly positioned for that use. Many affluent neighborhoods with year-round residents – including Edgewater, Bay Point, Morningside, the…

Financing set to bring Tri-Rail trains into MiamiCentral Station

Financing set to bring Tri-Rail trains into MiamiCentral Station

The last piece of the financing puzzle to bring Tri-Rail trains into MiamiCentral Station next year fell into place Oct. 31 when directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment…

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