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Growth in Miami’s industrial realty ‘unprecedented’

Propelled by population growth and consumer demand for goods, Miami’s industrial sector continues to be strong, say real estate sources. “We’re bullish on the industrial sector,” said Audley Bosch, senior…

Keep us in loop on housing probe, commissioner demand

Miami-Dade’s administration will work with county commissioners and keep them informed about a federal inquiry into developers working on county-financed affordable housing projects. County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams said Tuesday she’s…

German American Business Chamber moves into Broward

The German American Business Chamber of South Florida has successfully expanded its presence north into Fort Lauderdale and Broward County. The idea began gaining traction in 2015 as the chamber…

Latin American mayors take home Miami’s visitor industry wisdom

“Tourism is everyone’s business.” That was the wisdom William D. Talbert III, president and CEO of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, imparted on attendees at last week’s Inter-American…

County symbolically backs Paris Climate Accord

Miami-Dade symbolically supports taking action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and slow the rise in global temperatures. County commissioners voted Tuesday to join with other local governments to adopt, honor…

County looks at film incentive to replace Florida’s

It’s a tried and true business maxim: find the thing you do best, and confine your efforts to that. “The secret of our success is having a great understanding of…

Transit, training tied to workforce housing shortage

The affordability of South Florida housing and issues like transportation and even workforce training that must first be tackled before the housing cost burden can be dealt with was the…

Mayor unveils plan for electric vehicle charging stations

New projects on county-owned land would have to reserve at least 2% of their parking spaces for plug-in electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations under a 51-page plan for…

County charter review team gets 9 months to do job

A 15-member task force to recommend changes to Miami-Dade’s charter, its equivalent of a constitution, is tentatively due to convene at 10 a.m. June 28 in the Miami-Dade Main Library…

Coral Gables, Miami make trafficking pact

Miami is joining forces with neighboring Coral Gables to battle drug use, prostitution and sex trafficking. Targeted is busy Southwest Eighth Street – the Tamiami Trail – which is peppered…

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