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800 residences set above railway depot

800 residences set above railway depot

Thirty-two trains a day – 16 departures from Miami, 16 arrivals to Miami. That is the ambitious expectation for All Aboard Florida, a private venture to bring passenger rail service…

Miami may annex area with 100 multinationals

Miami may annex area with 100 multinationals

Is the City of Miami preparing to grow? The possibility of the municipality expanding its boundaries is set for discussion today (11/20) by city commissioners. In their possession is a…

New creations display art of parking

New creations display art of parking

It will be like no parking garage you’ve ever seen. To call it special or unique minimizes the significance of this avant-garde structure. Called Museum Garage, the planned structure seems…

Miami thrives as nation’s luxury car capital

Miami thrives as nation’s luxury car capital

As retail sales swell amid the turkey and tinsel of each holiday season, luxury car sales also see larger receipts at day’s end. That is particularly true for the Miami…

Edge tower sells to river’s edge

Edge tower sells to river’s edge

True to its name, the sales office for The Edge on Brickell is being built right to the edge of the Miami River. Encroachment into an area that must be…

‘Iconic’ riverfront building set for restaurants

‘Iconic’ riverfront building set for restaurants

Not one but two new restaurants are coming to the banks of the Miami River. SUSHISAMBA and Duck & Waffle aim to open in a planned multi-level commercial building proposed…

Swire to tunnel under closed Miami street

Swire to tunnel under closed Miami street

Part of Southeast Sixth Street has been closed through next April 15 as part of the massive Brickell City Centre project in the heart of Miami. Southeast Sixth is closed…

Calls for Miami museum site unrealistic, mayor says

County leaders may have their hopes set on city-owned property for building a black history museum, but Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado said their choice of sites is not realistic. Two…

Bayside revamp to begin in 2015

Bayside revamp to begin in 2015

The renovation and expansion of Bayside Marketplace on Miami’s waterfront will be much more than a new coat of paint and new restrooms. Pam Weller, senior general manager at Bayside,…

Expo center success rides on transit use

Expo center success rides on transit use

The mass transit system in Miami might not be at the level of other growing cities but one new major project downtown will be relying heavily on that system, say…

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