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Front Page » Breaking News (Page 26)

‘Window of opportunity’ for burying power lines

“Strong leadership” is needed to prevent a recurrence of the widespread loss of electricity that followed Hurricane Irma, Alicia Cervera told fellow board members of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last…

Free transit wi-fi and 300 touch-screen kiosks melting away

Miami-Dade County’s contract with CIVIQ Smartscapes LLC to install up to 150 touch-screen kiosks and Wi-Fi on all county transit systems at no cost to the county may have been…

LUXURY CONDO PROJECT FUNDED

South Florida-based Two Roads Development has secured $16.5 million in financing from Mosaic Real Estate Credit LLC for the first phase of Elysee, the firm’s newest luxury condo project in…

Gables office market benefits from Brickell’s congestion

Buoyed by its amenities and walkability, Coral Gables continues to maintain its traditionally strong office market, observers say. After a brief romance with Brickell, office tenants are again seeking space…

Start date draws near for massive The Plaza Coral Gables

Agave Ponce, developer of The Plaza Coral Gables, a mixed-use project to rise at 2801, 2901 and 3001 Ponce de Leon Blvd., “is actively working towards a start date,” said…

Storm blew Gables garages redevelopment off course

Amid widespread disruption, Hurricane Irma blew negotiations over the fate to of two Coral Gables city parking garages off course. City officials were to begin negotiating with The Allen Morris…

Gables emergency reserves can cover any FEMA funding gaps

Although Hurricane Irma hasn’t had an immediate effect on the Coral Gables city budget, the city anticipates its impact to be felt in the coming years following the hurricane after…

Downtown Development Authority looks to its role in next hurricane

Downtown fared well during Hurricane Irma – some of the newer buildings never even lost power – but there’s room for improvement, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority said last…

State extension creates leeway as Miami-Dade crafts a budget

Miami-Dade commissioners are to meet today (9/28) in a second hearing to take a final vote on Mayor Carlos Giménez’s proposed budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. If…

Sabadell United nearly converted to Iberiabank operations

After acquiring Sabadell United Bank in July, Iberiabank Corp. is now in the process of converting all branch and operating systems associated with the recent acquisition by next month, according…

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