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Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

The Related Group’s first venture into the rapidly growing Wynwood Arts District met with mixed reviews among members of the city’s Urban Development Review Board. The mixed-use project, called Wynwood…

Island Gardens mega-resort on Watson Island moving ahead

Island Gardens mega-resort on Watson Island moving ahead

Island Gardens, the planned mega resort promising to turn a corner of Watson Island into a prime resort destination, is moving ahead with plans for foundational work to support the…

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers are lining up to be a part of a major mixed-use development on the Miami River, on the edge of the city’s Health District. The developer of River…

69% cut in Miami Worldcenter retail vexes city board

69% cut in Miami Worldcenter retail vexes city board

The new streamlined retail plan for Miami Worldcenter received positive comments and support from the city’s Urban Development Review Board, but a staff analysis noted some concern with the viability…

Parking-less Moishe Mana tower near rail hub hailed

Parking-less Moishe Mana tower near rail hub hailed

Developer Moishe Mana is planning to build a tall and slender residential tower in the heart of Miami’s urban core with not a single new parking space. But the project…

Downtown Miami street closing for All Aboard Florida

Downtown Miami street closing for All Aboard Florida

Part of Northwest First Avenue in the heart of downtown Miami will close to public use so it can be realigned as part of the major redevelopment of the area…

New trolley routes draw big numbers in Miami

New trolley routes draw big numbers in Miami

When Miami city commissioners return from the August break Sept. 8, they will again take up the idea of expanding the city’s popular trolley service city-wide. And they are bound…

High-rises hailed for bringing workforce housing to Miami

High-rises hailed for bringing workforce housing to Miami

Developers of a pair of high-rises next door to a Metromover station are being praised by city officials for committing to bring much needed workforce housing to Miami. Melo Group,…

Redevelopment agency awards Perez Art Museum Miami $1 million

Redevelopment agency awards Perez Art Museum Miami $1 million

The Omni Community Redevelopment Agency board has awarded the Pérez Art Museum Miami $1 million for community benefits and programs. Some of the cash will go to spruce up three…

Miami officials will study city managing Virginia Key marinas

Miami officials will study city managing Virginia Key marinas

Miami officials are preparing to study the feasibility of the city itself managing its Virginia Key marinas. This comes in the wake of contentious bidding that had three companies fighting…

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