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Miami marina vote tied to affordable housing ‘gift’

Miami marina vote tied to affordable housing ‘gift’

If enough Miami commissioners attend a special meeting Friday to make quorum and review a multi-million-dollar marina redevelopment, Chairman Keon Hardemon says money from the winning bidders for affordable housing…

Omni neighborhood changing in a big way with Melo

Omni neighborhood changing in a big way with Melo

The north end of the Metromover’s elevated track ends at the School Board Station in the Omni neighborhood, at 50 NE 15th St. Much of the surrounding land has remained…

Planned mooring field threatens Miami Marine Stadium

Planned mooring field threatens Miami Marine Stadium

A mooring field planned for the historic basin of Virginia Key threatens future uses of a restored Miami Marine Stadium. Miami’s mayor, commissioners, manager and others were notified Friday of…

Development brings next leg of Miami River Greenway

Development brings next leg of Miami River Greenway

Work on a major mixed-use residential and commercial development on the Miami River has begun, which brings with it another 1,500 feet of public riverwalk – the latest piece in…

Miami casts annexation eye on Blue Lagoon, Melrose, Brownsville

Miami casts annexation eye on Blue Lagoon, Melrose, Brownsville

If Miami annexed several unincorporated areas, including Blue Lagoon, Melrose and Brownsville, it would take a financial hit, a study says. Based on revenue and expense calculations and factoring in…

The appeal of a working riverfront wends way to city hall

The appeal of a working riverfront wends way to city hall

Cory Offutt, owner of Biscayne Towing & Salvage Inc., has for months spoken out against a planned riverside restaurant on land zoned for marine-industrial uses right next door to his…

Next act at Coconut Grove Playhouse may be city garage

Next act at Coconut Grove Playhouse may be city garage

While neighbors keep campaigning to save the old Coconut Grove Playhouse from the wrecking ball, officials with the Miami Parking Authority are moving ahead with plans for a municipal garage…

Plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard gets federal grant

Plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard gets federal grant

A plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard into something other than a busy downtown street just got a significant financial boost. The City of Miami and the Downtown Development Authority applied…

Miami designates Brickell Key for water taxi service

Miami designates Brickell Key for water taxi service

In a growing metropolis like the City of Miami – embraced as it is by vast waterways – expanding transit options to the water makes sense. Miami city commissioners have…

Cleanup of polluted Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal begins

Cleanup of polluted Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal begins

The long-awaited cleanup of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal has begun. City of Miami officials and members of the Miami River Commission gathered July 31 for a ceremony marking commencement…

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