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South Dade development interests stress land availability

Community and civic leaders have helped improve the economic welfare and business growth in South Dade over the past three years and are continuing their moment with an “aggressive” development…

Miami’s Brazilian tourism bouncing back after 26% plunge

Brazilians, who dropped from number one to number three internationally in total visits to Miami, decreased spending here 26.5% from 2015 to 2016 according to the Greater Miami Convention &…

North Miami set to seek architectural proposals for 16-block Chinatown

The City of North Miami, which completed its conceptual design master plan for its Chinatown Cultural Arts & Innovation District in September, is one step closer to beginning construction after…

Adding towers without more transportation vexes review board

Ever-worsening traffic is again vexing the city’s Urban Development Review Board, which reviews large projects that will bring fast-developing Miami more people. Board members are struggling with controlling growth and…

Lennar Foundation Medical Center at UM outpacing its goals

When the Lennar Foundation Medical Center opened on the University of Miami’s campus in Coral Gables, administrators hoped it would give more accessibility to patients throughout the county. Nearly a…

Special tax district hand-offs to cities begin

Mayor Carlos Giménez may be getting his wish to have special taxing districts that are now run by Miami-Dade County moved to local municipalities. This month, commissioners began the process…

Effort to demystify downtown signage meets another delay

A deadline to bid on a wayfinding system for downtown Miami has been extended to Dec. 7. “Inquiries were raised by potential bidders, including a request for a line-item bid…

Miami-Dade to issue almost $1 billion water-sewer bonds in vast revamp

Miami-Dade is to issue almost $1 billion in water and sewer bonds within a week, Fitch Ratings reported, as it rolls through a $13.5 billion full system revamp. Issued will…

Residential construction starts plunge as industry slows

Residential construction starts in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties fell 32% in value from October 2016 to October 2017, while nonresidential starts increased 30%, resulting in an overall loss…

Is raising Miami-Dade’s living wage to $16.35 too high?

A routine increase in Miami-Dade County’s living wage is being met with hesitation by some commissioners who think the county is increasing the living wage too much. The county established…

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