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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…

City digs into tunnel beneath Miami River

City digs into tunnel beneath Miami River

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority heard Francis Suarez, Miami commissioner and mayoral aspirant, ask their support Friday for a tunnel beneath the Miami River just east of Brickell Avenue.…

Miami’s film industry continues to struggle minus incentives

Miami’s film industry continues to struggle minus incentives

In 2017, Miami’s film industry continues to struggle with the fact that production decision-makers want to film here but are dissuaded by Florida’s lack of an incentive program. There are…

Real estate markets across Miami-Dade County steady

Real estate markets across Miami-Dade County steady

Brexit and the US elections were among factors that made 2016 a stable and steady – but not record-breaking – year in real estate markets across Miami-Dade County, observers say.…

Rights-of-way along major highways become trash bins

Rights-of-way along major highways become trash bins

The rights-of-way alongside major highways are in urgent need of attention, said members of the Miami-Dade’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). “I need help in keeping the Golden Glades area clean,”…

Coral Gables OKs land swap with Codina Partners

Coral Gables OKs land swap with Codina Partners

The Coral Gables commission has approved, at least in concept, a land swap between the city and Codina Partners LLC that will allow an expansion of the new public safety…

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.…

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