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Jupitermiami Downtown Rail Could Roll By 2016

The dream of kicking back with a newspaper in one hand and a coffee cup in the other while rolling through downtowns from Jupiter to Miami on South Florida's…

Chamber May Park Hq In Garage

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce might well move its headquarters to the Miami Parking Authority's 11-story mixed-used Courthouse Parking Garage at 40 NW Third St., according to Rolando…

Stolen Bases In Marlins Park Garages

The Grinch didn't steal Christmas this year — but he apparently stole the stripes out of the Miami Parking Authority's garages at Marlins Park. To read the full article…

Miami City Hall Pitches Investment Visas

In front of local business representatives and international stakeholders on Monday in Miami City Commission chambers, Mikki Canton and her team touted the advantages of an investment visa regional…

Cashing In On Investor Visa Frenzy

With the increasing popularity of EB5 visa investments, some developers and law firms have been looking for ways to market the visa-by-the-green-carpet program — and Bob Berkowitz, president of…

Biscayne Boulevard Shutdown Looms

The Ultra Music Festival is asking the Florida Department of Transportation to close northbound lanes of Biscayne Boulevard between the Intercontinental Hotel and Northeast Sixth Street for two weekends…

Bright Causeway Idea Free Illumination

By this time next year residents and visitors quite possibly will be viewing vibrant colors lighting up the Rickenbacker Causeway at night, if active resident and lobbyist Rodney Barreto…

Visa Investors May Fund Souths Tallest Tower

Veteran developer Tibor Hollo plans to raise 15% of a $700 million Brickell apartment tower's cost through an EB5 visa regional center operating from Miami's City Hall that's geared…

Bonanza Rolls In With Nascar Visitors In Bar

NASCAR championship weekend is upon us — bringing with it about 475,000 visitor days spent in the Miami-Dade County region and about a $200 million economic impact, according to…

Miami Turns Holes In Ground Into Cash

Earlier this year, the Miami City Commission voted to give the city the power to secure and clean up abandoned or disarrayed properties. …

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