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Toronto Developers To Look For Highrise Tips In Miami

The builders behind a high-rise boom in Toronto will take a look at Miami's skyline next week. …

Ftaa Watson Island Plan Confounds Holder Of Land Rights

On the first day of this month, Gov. Jeb Bush, Miami Mayor Manny Diaz and leaders of a team promoting the city as the headquarters of the Free Trade Area…

Arrizurieta Two Programs In Ftaa Bid Will Be Created Regardless

A university center of excellence and a ports council promised in Miami's bid to host the Free Trade Area of the Americas will be created whether or not the bid…

New Miami Law Could Make It Harder For Camillus House To Move

Miami has erected a new barrier to Camillus House's efforts to build a homeless shelter near the Civic Center by requiring four votes from the five-member City Commission to make…

Miami Um Announce Initiative To Revitalize Civic Center Area

Miami Mayor Manny Diaz and University of Miami President Donna Shalala have teamed to attract partners to revitalize the Civic Center area. Their plan includes something as simple as…

Winton Says Hell Try To Block Countys Tunnel Feasibility Study

Miami-Dade County plans to solicit bids soon for a feasibility study on building a tunnel under the Miami River. But Miami City Commissioner Johnny Winton says a study could kill…

Wyndham Hopes To Build Residential Tower In Coconut Grove

The developers of Wyndham Grand Bay in Coconut Grove want to build a 53-unit, 20-story residential tower where residents will share amenities with hotel guests.…

Whats In A Name A Lot If You Dont Much Care For Downtown

Anyone tracking Miami's urban core is aware that work is under way to revitalize downtown. But some also want to repair its brand name.…

Watson Island Getting Two New Parking Lots

With an eye on growth on Watson Island, the Miami Parking Authority is polishing off an upgrade to one lot and will soon break ground on another next to the…

Corps Of Engineers Says Miami River Dredging Could Start On Time

Tens of millions of dollars in federal funds to dredge Miami River have been diverted, but project proponents say work could still begin in late summer.…

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