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500 Startups tech accelerator to put second headquarters in Miami

500 Startups, a venture capital and tech accelerator, has chosen Miami as its second US location, primarily to serve Latin America and the US East Coast, directors of Miami’s Downtown…

Luxury condo closings up 38%, luxury homes up 15%

An uptick in luxury condo sales surpassing that of standalone luxury homes shouldn’t fool you: homes in the sky fall behind in sales to single-family properties. Keyes Co. President and…

Police take command as Miami vows war on code violations

Miami has a message for violators of the city code, both business and residential: We’re coming for you. City Manager Emilio T. González told city commissioners March 8 about the…

Policy unit backs FPL-county reclaimed water, energy pacts

Miami-Dade County Commissioners at the Chairman’s Policy Council approved two Joint Participation Agreements with Florida Power & Light to develop an advanced reclaimed water project and look into next generation…

Brightline trains to offer early $10 fare in Miami – briefly

The president of the company that’s building a railway from Miami to Orlando promised the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s trustee lunch in October 2015 that trains would run here…

Possible discrepancy at city agency spurs talk of abolishing it

A pending audit of the Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority (MSEA) has renewed talk of abolishing the governmental body. City Manager Emilio T. González reported to the city commission March…

$22 million would put police inside each Miami school

In the aftermath of the mass school shooting in Broward County, Miami city commissioners have discussed ways to provide more protection in schools throughout the city. A request was made…

Growing supply pushing Brickell condo sales, rents down

As the number of condos for sale in Brickell remains high, values and rents continue to trend downward as a result of supply averages being higher than the norm, says…

County travels two courthouse paths, to choose in month

Miami-Dade commissioners are to finally decide April 10 how they will proceed on a new county civil courthouse and where they want it built, a pair of unanswered questions that…

Goal of underground power lines downtown could cost $40 million

Plans to put all downtown Miami power lines, including telecommunication and electricity lines, underground are in an early stage, with exact dates to complete the project unclear. The project, which…

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