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Marinas on Virginia Key to have local jobs built in

Marinas on Virginia Key to have local jobs built in

Miami city commissioners have approved a new request for proposals to improve and operate the marinas on Virginia Key and they built in a local workforce requirement. Commissioners added language…

Brickell getting unique mixed-use development near I-95

Brickell getting unique mixed-use development near I-95

Work may begin soon on a unique mixed-use development in the shadow of I-95. Called Megacenter Brickell, the project plans to combine multi-family apartments with office, retail, self-storage and parking…

Moishe Mana three-way deal could bring new downtown Miami tower

Moishe Mana three-way deal could bring new downtown Miami tower

A three-way settlement reached by developer Moishe Mana, a second developer and the Miami Parking Authority could bring major high-rise residential construction to the heart of downtown one block from…

Coconut Grove waterfront about to add another major project

Coconut Grove waterfront about to add another major project

Along the Coconut Grove waterfront, the only constant is change. Significant changes continue to evolve where the mainland meets Biscayne Bay, anchored centrally by historic Miami City Hall. For the…

Boat tours to Biscayne National Park part of city deal

Boat tours to Biscayne National Park part of city deal

Miami city commissioners have approved deals that involve boat tours to nearby Biscayne National Park, and agreements for boat tours based at Bayside Marketplace’s Miamarina. The National Park Service operates…

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium, finally destined for a multi-million-dollar rebirth, might benefit from foreign investment funds. Plenty must happen first, but if plans move forward, the stadium’s rebuilding will be eligible…

Miami International Boat Show spawns waterborne transit push

Miami International Boat Show spawns waterborne transit push

Success of the 2016 Miami International Boat Show in carrying more than 50,000 attendees by water taxis, coupled with continued City of Miami pressure, helped motivate county officials to begin…

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

If it were up to the Miami River Commission, it would bar restaurants planned for two riverfront sites zoned marine-industrial. As it is, however, the decision is left to the…

Funds fuel passenger rail link for Tri-Rail into downtown Miami

Funds fuel passenger rail link for Tri-Rail into downtown Miami

City leaders have followed through on part a financial commitment to help establish a passenger rail link for Tri-Rail into downtown Miami. Plans call for Tri-Rail to have a place…

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Miami commissioners are taking a major step forward in expanding the public baywalk along Biscayne Bay. Commissioners on Jan. 12 authorized City Manager Daniel Alfonso to accept an easement from…

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