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Hud Pushes County To Streamline Affordable Housing

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development is encouraging Miami-Dade County to streamline its approval process for housing projects for low- and middle-income families.…

Equity One Doesnt Expect Fallout From Winndixie Troubles

A North Miami Beach real estate investment trust that owns 16 Winn-Dixie-anchored shopping centers doesn't expect to be hurt by the grocery chain's recent bankruptcy filing.…

County To Hire Agricultural Manager

Miami-Dade County officials will hire an agricultural manager to help expand the county's $1 billion agricultural industry, which employs up to 22,000 and uses more than 80,000 acres of land.…

Burdinesmacys Offers Downtown Miami Store To Fiu For Classes

Burdines-Macy's is offering space at its landmark downtown Miami store to Florida International University.…

New York Woman Hired To Restructure Northsouth Center

A New Yorker with ties to education, politics and business is to lead the restructuring of University of Miami's North-South Center into the Center for Hemispheric Policy.…

Countys Housing Outgrowing Population Expert Says

Though Miami-Dade has a record 2.4 million residents and a boom may quickly add 100,000 housing units, county demographers predict population growth of only about 30,000 a year requiring 10,000…

Business Leaders Wait For More Details On Alvarez Referendum Plan

As a team backing a bid by Mayor Carlos Alvarez to revamp county government collects money for the drive, business leaders are sitting on the sidelines awaiting details of the…

Alvarez Aide Forms Committee To Plan Reform Referendum

County Mayor Carlos Alvarez's former campaign treasurer has created a political action committee to fund the mayor's plans for a referendum to reshape county government.…

Developers Could Be Slowed By Lack Of Construction Workers Pros Say

Groundbreaking on some high-rise condominiums could be delayed by a shortage of construction workers in Miami-Dade County, industry observers say.…

Miami Chamber Seeks 750000 In Membership Drive

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is looking to raise $750,000 during a two-month membership drive that begins today (1/20).…

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