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Developer Says He Is Close To A Deal That Would Lead To Park West Highrise

A 500-foot aluminum-and-glass tower could overlook Bicentennial Park in downtown Miami if a pending land deal is successful.…

With 2 12 Weeks To Go Businesses Still Not Sure How Smoking Ban Will Work

With a state constitutional ban on smoking in enclosed workplaces set to take effect in a little more than two weeks, landlords and tenants are still unsure exactly what they…

Miami Company That Would Finance Small Businesses Halfway To Fundraising Goal

Banyan Mezzanine Fund, a new Miami company that hopes to provide financing to small businesses in the Southeast, said it is halfway to its goal of raising $70 million in…

Consultant Suggests Turning Miami Arena Into Grand Central Facility

Miami Arena could better serve the community as a mass-transit hub than as a part-time entertainment venue, according to a study commissioned by the Miami Sports & Exhibition Authority.…

Transportation Oversight Board Still Has Vacancies But Is Conducting Business Official Says

Four of 15 seats on the panel created to audit spending on Miami-Dade County's $17 billion transit plan are still vacant but officials say the board is fully operational.…

Designers Suggest Putting Interstate 395 Underground Surrounding It With 41 Acres Of Parkland

Downtown Miami's corridor along Interstate 395 could become 41 acres of parkland shrouding a below-ground expressway in about 10 years, according to experts hired to reinvent the area's landscape. …

Jetmaker Safire Aircraft Hopes To Build 45 Million Plant Employ 1000 At Opalocka Airport

Jet manufacturer Safire Aircraft plans to build a $45 million plant at Opa-locka Airport.…

Massive Plan For Downtown Traffic Restructuring On Miami City Commissions Agenda

Downtown driving in Miami could be reshaped today by city commissioners.…

Growth In Cargo Traffic Helps Ease Sting Of Fewer Passengers At Miami International Airport

While fewer passengers are expected through Miami International Airport this year, higher cargo traffic should buoy overall usage, airport officials said. …

Countys Aviation Committee Will Study Independent Airport Authorities In Pittsburgh Detroit

A new committee charged with designing an aviation authority to run Miami-Dade County airports will begin by studying management in regions that use an independent board.…

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