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15 Billion Of Housing Planned In Miami

With an unprecedented 209 mixed-use developments to house 58,317 residential units planned in Miami at a projected construction cost of more than $15 billion, city officials say the urban building…

Grove Residents Fight To Keep Home Depot Away

Some neighbors are opposing construction of a Home Depot store at a former Kmart site at Southwest 32nd Avenue and US 1, arguing that the site is in a light-commercial…

City To Consider Allowing Police Horse Stable In Historic Park

The Miami City Commission is to decide next week whether the Miami Police Department can move its horse stables from Tropical Park to the Lummus Park Historic District, Miami's oldest…

Downtown Miami Master Plan Getting First Upgrade In Years

Miami's Downtown Development Authority is updating the city's downtown master plan for the first time since 1986 and plans to wrap up sweeping changes this year.…

River Walks Among City Projects For New Year

Early phases to create a Miami River greenway are among 11 capital-improvement projects the City of Miami plans to launch in January.…

Venezuelan Landlord Forced To Sell Brickell Office Building

New regulations in Venezuela are forcing the owners of 1101 Brickell Ave. to sell the two-office office building.…

County Approves Dredging Off Watson Island For Yacht Marina

Creation of a 50-slip yacht marina - part of a proposed resort off Miami's Watson Island - has passed another buoy.…

Miami To Seek Extension Of Miami Arena Sale

The City of Miami's $28 million deal to sell Miami Arena is set to expire Monday with no closing at hand.…

Federal Grant To Help Overtown Build Hotel

The Black Archives, History and Research Foundation plans to use a $500,000 grant to start construction of a $15.8 million hotel and garage in Miami's Overtown neighborhood.…

Gables To Offer Drivers Chance To Pay For Parking By Cell Phone

A park-and-pay by cell phone program - a convenience that officials say is the first in the US - is planned to begin in January in Coral Gables.…

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