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Dutch Company Getting Its Name Out There With Marathon

The ING Miami Marathon is more than an annual weekend of running, marathon organizers say — the event has allowed one of the world's largest financial institutions to establish a…

Hotel Back In Brickell Project Plan

The developer of the Villa Magna luxury residential project planned for the last bayfront parcel in Brickell wants to replace about 175,000 square feet of condo space in his plans…

Major Use Special Permit Requests Down In Miami In First Half Of Year

Despite a busy June for the Miami planning department, the pace of major use special permit applications this year is behind last year's, city officials say.…

Developer Sells 14 Acres In Homestead Park Of Commerce

A Miami developer this week is to close the sale of 14 acres in Homestead Park of Commerce to a real estate investor unsure of the best use of the…

Developer To Continue With Plan To Raze Resort Despite Sonesta Review

Fortune International Realty officials say they are moving on plans to raze Sonesta Beach Resort in Key Biscayne and replace it with luxury condominiums despite uncertainties about the company's partner.…

Homestead Rejected As New Base For Southcom

Homestead's Air Reserve Base appears to be out of contention as a site for a new US Southern Command headquarters after a Senate committee rejected the possibility last week. Congress…

Congress Considering Homestead For Southcom Headquarters

The Homestead Air Reserve Base is being considered by Congress as an alternative site for a new US Southern Command headquarters after plans to build next to the existing complex…

Homestead Close To Selling Balance Of Commerce Park Land

A deal appears imminent for the City of Homestead to sell its remaining acreage in the Homestead Park of Commerce to a Coral Gables consortium as attorneys iron out contract…

Moss To Seek Changes In Marlins Name Spring Training

The Florida Marlins would be required to change their name and move their spring training to Homestead to attract the support of Miami-Dade County Commissioner Dennis Moss for construction of…

State Contributes 5 Million For River Dredging

The Miami River dredging project got a financial boost from the Florida Legislature last week that will allow the US Army Corps of Engineers to complete six of nine remaining…

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