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Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

After a long stretch with no hits, the Miami Parking Authority has connected with a health care company that will bring medical services to the parking garages hugging Marlins ballpark…

North Beach on comeback trail

North Beach on comeback trail

There’s more to Miami Beach than the epic pool parties of SoBe. The bundle of barrier islands with a penchant for pastel colors and swaying palms has another neighborhood that…

Design District expands north

Design District expands north

Miami’s Design District continues to grow its drawing appeal and now its boundaries. City commissioners recently gave final approval to three zoning matters that green light expansion of the Design…

Major conventions in question

Major conventions in question

Last week at the cavernous Miami Beach Convention Center, Cruise Shipping Miami – a four-day conference with global pull – folded the tables and chairs and dismantled the acres of…

Zoning seeks workforce housing near Arsht Center

Zoning seeks workforce housing near Arsht Center

A new zoning classification is available to developers who want a bit more floor space, in exchange for participation in the City of Miami’s public benefits program, a part of…

Developer to build park on river

Developer to build park on river

Efforts to turn a small overgrown lot on the Miami River close to downtown into a lush pocket park for the public moved forward when a developer presented architectural drawings…

Two 60-story towers due on river

Two 60-story towers due on river

Dual 60-story residential towers with a waterfall are proposed for choice riverfront land in the shadow of Miami Avenue Bridge. During the city’s last building boom, three condo towers rose…

Retail roster weak as Miami Marlins set to open

Retail roster weak as Miami Marlins set to open

The Miami Marlins’ home opener of the 2015 season is Monday, April 6, the start of the fourth season at the 37,000-seat Major League Baseball facility. Meanwhile, the bulk of…

Pollution keeps parks closed for years

Pollution keeps parks closed for years

The cost to clean up polluted Miami parks keeps going up and up, pushing some city commissioners to ask when it all will end. Beyond the growing sting of spending…

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

The architects working on a project on the Miami River for mega-yachts say it is the first of its kind in the world – everything in one location for the…

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