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Miami Considers Building Charter School On Virginia Key

The City of Miami wants to open a charter school and is eyeing its property near a Virginia Key magnet school.…

Upscale Hotel Chain Eyes Project At Dupont Plaza Site

The owner of the stylish W Hotels chain is in talks with developers planning to build two towers at the Dupont Plaza site, a company official said Thursday.…

City To Mull Controversial Miami River Residential Project

A controversial 1,072-unit Miami River residential development is to go before Miami city commissioners today (4/22).…

Plans For Downtown Miami Projects Get Even Bigger

Developers of two major downtown Miami projects are broadening their already massive plans.…

Miami Agrees To Give State 15 Of Rent From Watson Island Project

Miami officials have reached a tentative agreement to give the state 15% of the rent it collects from a planned hotel-retail-marina development on Watson Island, clearing one roadblock for the…

Miami Considers Moratoriums On Developers

Miami city commissioners today (4/8) will consider restricting development in two areas.…

Grand Prix Promoter Offers To Pay Most Of Debt To City

The owner of Miami's now-defunct Grand Prix Americas race wants to pay $1.5 million to settle its remaining $1.7 million debt on a loan, according to the city's sports authority.…

Miami Hopes To Use Miami Arena Tax Funds For Orange Bowl

City of Miami officials want to use Convention Development Tax revenue earmarked for Miami Arena for Orange Bowl Stadium renovations if the arena is sold.…

Japanese Garden To Reopen April 29

With a gift in hand from the government of Japan, Miami's resurrected Ichimura Miami-Japan Garden on Watson Island is to open with a ceremony and public tours April 29.…

Local Business Leaders Make Networking Trip To Asia

With other US municipalities forging economic ties with Asia, Miami-Dade County leaders made a push into the Orient with a recent trip to Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai, China.…

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