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Site work on Grand Station in the heart of downtown Miami takes root with tree mitigation

Site work on Grand Station in the heart of downtown Miami takes root with tree mitigation

Site work has begun on a high-profile parcel in the heart of downtown Miami that will bring one of the first new residential towers to an area anchored by many…

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

A developer plans to transform a corner block in Little Havana into a mixed-use apartment building lined by retail shops. Altman Development Corp. is proposing to construct a project called…

For the first time in seven years, City of Miami doesn’t lower overall millage rate

For the first time in seven years, City of Miami doesn’t lower overall millage rate

The proposed overall millage rate in the City of Miami, used to calculate property tax bills, will remain unchanged for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1. The city commission…

Cross Bay Express trolley may charge $5, start in September

Cross Bay Express trolley may charge $5, start in September

The City of Miami has agreed to expand its trolley system by launching a Cross Bay Express to ferry passengers from Downtown Miami to Miami Beach and back. It will…

Mixed-use Wynwood office building ‘Forum’ gets a city thumbs-up

Mixed-use Wynwood office building ‘Forum’ gets a city thumbs-up

A New York based development company has teamed with a globally-recognized and award-winning architect to bring a stand-out mixed-use office building to the heart of the ever-growing Wynwood Arts District.…

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

It will probably be another year or more before there is real action to redevelop the Hyatt hotel and Knight Center property in downtown Miami. Earlier this month, proposed legislation…

Mixed-use complex ‘Magic City Innovation District’ with 2 million square feet of offices advances in Little Haiti

Mixed-use complex ‘Magic City Innovation District’ with 2 million square feet of offices advances in Little Haiti

A sweeping mixed-use plan to bring jobs and investment to Little Haiti has just advanced twice on its way to Miami city commissioners. Magic City Innovation District is planned for…

Deal outlines development and parking at Coconut Grove Playhouse

Deal outlines development and parking at Coconut Grove Playhouse

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a memorandum of understanding with Miami-Dade County for a new parking garage and related development next door to the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The…

School, county officials voice support for soccer complex

School, county officials voice support for soccer complex

The plan to redevelop Melreese Golf Course into a billion-dollar mixed-use office tech hub anchored by a soccer stadium is supported by county and school board representatives for the promise…

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Two property appraisal firms reached similar conclusions regarding the proposed redevelopment of the Melreese Golf Course, stating the highest and best use would include higher density mixed-use with retail and…

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