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Plan to modernize motel divides Morningside

A plan to remake an aging motel property into a modern facility while retaining some of the MiMo (Miami Modern) design charm has divided the Morningside neighborhood. Some homeowners in…

Sunny Isles Beach to be renourished

A plan to renourish Sunny Isles Beach with at least 100,000 cubic yards of sand is headed to county commissioners, Mayor Carlos Gimenez wrote them in a memo this week.…

University of Miami adds internationally oriented business dean

A British-born Harvard Business School professor who has been dean of two international business schools is to become the University of Miami’s business dean on July 1, the university announced…

Talented people whose achievements transcend local fame

Miami is a launching pad for talented people whose accomplishments go on to transcend local fame, observers say. Barry Jenkins, screenwriter and director of the critically acclaimed “Moonlight” as well…

Miami’s best at bringing their plans to life

A community without vision, without a plan, is left with no direction. Haphazard growth can ensue and stymie a growing city, particularly one that is striving to be a world-class…

Community members intent on holding onto Miami’s nature

As the urban grid of Miami fills in and rises up, bringing towers of condos and offices and acres of billion-dollar retail venues, some community members are busy fighting to…

Mayor cites own conflict of interest in South Dade development quest

In a seldom-seen handoff, Mayor Carlos Gimenez has turned over to County Commission Chairman Esteban Bovo Jr. the mayor’s responsibility for the possible award of projects to develop 250 acres…

Miami bars foam containers from parks, beaches

Miami has banned polystyrene foam containers in city parks, beaches and recreational facilities. “This is very important for us – our bay is so important,” said Commissioner Ken Russell, author…

Watson Island developer found in default

Miami city commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to find developer Flagstone in default of a ground lease of city-owned property on Watson Island after 15 years of little to no…

Yearlong roadwork projects unsettles Wynwood

With a yearlong construction project on North Miami Avenue near Wynwood sure to cause detours and delays, like the children in “The Cat in the Hat,” some business people are…

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