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Getting small Miami building permit a 310-day slog

Planning to get a building permit in the City of Miami for your new home? Prepare to wait – a long time. Typically, it takes 310 days to get a…

Rail connection could skyrocket Homestead market

Though there are challenges, Homestead has potential as does its commercial real estate market, particularly if it can be connected by rail to Miami’s core business districts, observers say. The…

County wetlands buy a washout

The Miami-Dade Infrastructure and Utilities committee on Tuesday unanimously deferred a measure that would authorize buying 10.56 acres of wetlands for $60,000. Daniella Levine Cava’s resolution would accept “assignment of option to…

West Palm/Fort Lauderdale rail service due in July

Express passenger rail service Brightline on Friday announced target dates for service launch in South Florida, with introductory express service between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale beginning in late…

New paid parking in Miami

The Miami Parking Authority will establish paid parking on property at 811 NW First Court, owned by the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), as part of a contract…

Paving the way for 57-story Edgewater condo

Preconstruction site work has begun at 788 NE 23rd St., setting the stage for a 57-story luxury condominium on the waterfront in Edgewater. South Florida-based real estate development firm Two…

Mexico’s Cinemex nears Brickell City Centre opening

CMX, The VIP Cinema Experience, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mexico City-based Cinemex, is preparing to make its US debut before the end of March with its first theater opening…

Team works so elderly can keep getting around

Miami-Dade County has been named the fifth-largest community, and one of only a few counties in the US, to be part of the 380-city global Age-Friendly Initiative, according to Miami-Dade’s…

Drive targets focus on distracted driving

Several local agencies have joined forces to alleviate what most Miami drivers can agree is a growing danger and a key component in traffic gridlock: distracted driving. “Heads Up, Miami!”…

Park-and-ride for coming express bus service OK’d

County commissioners have unanimously approved a plan for Dolphin Station park-and-ride transit facility that transit officials have identified to support the planned State Road 836 express bus service and others…

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