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Related hands Miami a park for free

Related hands Miami a park for free

As developer The Related Group is busy putting finishing touches on its waterfront condo tower Icon Bay, work in also progressing on a new adjoining park – a public park.…

More free Miami trolleys?

More free Miami trolleys?

Miami leaders are preparing to expand their free trolley system, which averages 12,000 riders daily. Commissioner Frank Carollo said the rubber-tired trolleys have met great success since they started rolling…

60-story towers due on river

60-story towers due on river

Dual 60-story towers planned for the north bank of the Miami River are to include residential units and exclusive hotel rooms. The towers would connect at the top and bottom…

Goldman team growing Wynwood again

Goldman team growing Wynwood again

One of the first projects to bring hotel rooms to the bustling Wynwood Arts District is planned by Goldman Properties, a key player in the area’s metamorphosis. And, no surprise,…

Track cleared for All Aboard Florida

Track cleared for All Aboard Florida

All Aboard Florida is moving ahead with the northwestern portion of its MiamiCentral plan, which will bring a new grocer to the urban core. The project, 3 MiamiCentral, is planned…

Miami to seek Marine Stadium operator

Miami to seek Marine Stadium operator

Miami administrators are working on a request for proposals to attract an operator to handle a restored and reopened Miami Marine Stadium. City commissioners could be asked to vote on…

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Imagine paying a $6 toll for the privilege of driving into Downtown Miami. City officials, frustrated by growing gridlock, are discussing using tolls to encourage more Metrorail use, hoping to…

Bus kiosk or info center?

Bus kiosk or info center?

Serving as small islands of info, a few colorful kiosks added to public parking lots along Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami are attracting more than just stares. The bright, multi-colored…

Developer Terra buying Miami city garage

Developer Terra buying Miami city garage

A city-owned parking garage in Coconut Grove is being sold to a well-known developer for $16 million. The Miami Parking Authority built and owns the Oak Avenue Garage. On April…

City pushes new Baywalk link

City pushes new Baywalk link

Miami’s growing improved baywalk could be extended to hug the FEC deep water slip and connect Museum Park to land beside AmericanAirlines Arena under a waterways project the city has…

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