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Growth in Edgewater is surging ahead

Growth in Edgewater is surging ahead

Despite turbulence at the top of the luxury residential market, growth in Edgewater is surging ahead, observers say. “We got into the market 10 to 15 years ago, at the…

Three studies at $11 million each for SMART plan transit corridors OK’d

Three studies at $11 million each for SMART plan transit corridors OK’d

Something new might be in the offing for the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan, which aims to add transit along six corridors. Alice Bravo, director of the county’s Transportation…

Washington, Tallahassee hold keys to healthcare costs

Washington, Tallahassee hold keys to healthcare costs

Healthcare costs are predicted to rise this year, but it’s not known yet whether it will be a slight or dramatic increase. “What will happen with healthcare costs is not…

Local highways to get first diverging diamond interchanges

Local highways to get first diverging diamond interchanges

Work is steadily moving forward to make driving on area highways less time-consuming and safer. “Two major things right now are the diverging diamond interchanges and the work on the…

Tri-Rail to roll commuter rail into downtown Miami by year’s end

Tri-Rail to roll commuter rail into downtown Miami by year’s end

With a bid controversy settled, the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority is on track to have Tri-Rail commuter trains steaming into downtown’s Miami Central station by year’s end. “We issued…

Speaker Richard Corcoran demands data from 38 economic, tourist groups

Speaker Richard Corcoran demands data from 38 economic, tourist  groups

Under threat of subpoena, Richard Corcoran, speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, has demanded detailed revenue and expense records from 38 economic development and tourism organizations throughout the state,…

Coral Gables sculptures win the battle of tastes

Coral Gables sculptures win the battle of tastes

Neighbors who wanted two modern-art sculptures moved out of traffic circles on Segovia Street in Coral Gables lost their battle last week when leaders refused to place the issue on…

State Road 836 first corridor to get new federal transit funds

State Road 836 first corridor to get new federal transit funds

Members of the governing board of the Miami-Dade County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) voted Jan. 26 to accept a $960,000 federal grant to study transit-oriented development along State Road 836,…

Miami banking industry looks hopefully to Trump administration

Miami banking industry looks hopefully to Trump administration

Relief from what are regarded as cumbersome and over-reaching regulations is the Miami banking industry’s hope for the new administration. Steven Mnuchin, the administration’s pick for treasury secretary, has expressed…

88th All Star Game gets Miami funds, Marlins strike out

88th All Star Game gets Miami funds, Marlins strike out

While directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority agreed to donate $50,000 to baseball’s 88th All Star Game in July, some were careful to point out that they were doing so…

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