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Miami Marine Stadium can be saved, architect says

Miami Marine Stadium can be saved, architect says

Aged, worn and abandoned, Miami Marine Stadium can be saved. That’s the opinion of the head of an architectural firm City of Miami officials plan to hire to help save…

Coconut Grove parking garage bids too high, starting over

Coconut Grove parking garage bids too high, starting over

Miami’s Off-Street Parking Board has rejected all bids for construction of a public parking garage in Coconut Grove after they came in more than double the estimated cost. The Miami…

Miami commissioners nearly fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso

Miami commissioners nearly fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso

For a few minutes last week, Miami commissioners thought they’d just fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso. Not quite. The move to remove the top administrator was launched Dec. 8 by…

Miami deal would use prime riverfront for vast mixed-use development

Miami deal would use prime riverfront for vast mixed-use development

Miami commissioners are being asked to give the go-ahead to a complex deal that would gain the city new government offices, reap annual lease payments for 90 years, and free…

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

Murals key to mixed-use project for Edgewater

A Manhattan-born artist now living and working in Miami has been hired to create large colorful murals as a key to a rising mixed-use project in the heart of Edgewater.…

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Texas-based developer plans Edgewater apartments

Mill Creek Residential, a Texas-based company growing its presence in South Florida with several residential developments, is ready to venture into Edgewater. The company plans to build Modera Edgewater 25…

University of Miami School of Business to train public health pros

University of Miami School of Business to train public health pros

The Center for Health Sector Management and Policy at the University of Miami School of Business Administration has grown its faculty in the past year and continues to study issues…

2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown Miami

2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown Miami

Miami’s lack of affordable housing is addressed in an updated regional development plan proposed and approved by the Downtown Development Authority. City commissioners gave preliminary approval Nov. 17 to an…

Brickell Bay Drive plan would add 700 apartments, hotel

Brickell Bay Drive plan would add 700 apartments, hotel

A plan for Brickell Bay Drive bayfront would amass more than 700 apartments and nearly 260 hotel rooms along with new retail. The property at 1111 Brickell Bay Drive already…

Voters may decide on Virginia Key marinas

Voters may decide on Virginia Key marinas

If everything falls into place, one year from now voters in the City of Miami will get to decide the fate of marina development on Virginia Key. City commissioners on…

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