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Builder pick set to spur Coconut Grove bayfront development

A contractor has been selected to build the long-awaited Grove Bay Parking Garage on the waterfront in Coconut Grove.The city’s Off-Street Parking Board on Nov. 1 authorized the Miami Parking Authority to negotiate a construction agreement…

Zipcar ties in with Miami-Dade at five Metrorail stations

Zipcar ties in with Miami-Dade at five Metrorail stations

Miami-Dade last week launched a one-year car-sharing pilot program with Zipcar at five Metrorail stations. Two parking spots at Coconut Grove, Vizcaya, Earlington Heights, Hialeah and Palmetto Metrorail stations are…

BankMobile gives free checking to get students’ federal loan deposits

BankMobile gives free checking to get students’ federal loan deposits

BankMobile, an up-and-coming electronic bank, offers Miami Dade College students fee-free banking in exchange for students’ federal loan deposits, and throws in financial education as a sweetener. “We launched in…

The appeal of a working riverfront wends way to city hall

The appeal of a working riverfront wends way to city hall

Cory Offutt, owner of Biscayne Towing & Salvage Inc., has for months spoken out against a planned riverside restaurant on land zoned for marine-industrial uses right next door to his…

County looks at buying rail lines from CSX Corp. for transit

County looks at buying rail lines from CSX Corp. for transit

Miami-Dade’s business leaders should look again at a proposal to have the county buy 35 miles of rail line from the CSX Corp. for new commuter service, County Commission Chairman…

Deal set for public-private downtown Miami retail, apartments

Deal set for public-private downtown Miami retail, apartments

Final details have been worked out on a planned public-private partnership set to bring multi-family apartments and retail development to downtown Miami. Grand Station Partners LLC plans to build a…

Miamians split over future of Dodd-Frank

Miamians split over future of Dodd-Frank

As rumors of reforming – and even dismantling – Dodd-Frank regulations in Washington have begun to take off, folks in Miami are just as divided as party-leaders. “The banks have…

Teamwork brought Spain’s Cosentino Group US headquarters to Coral Gables

Teamwork brought Spain’s Cosentino Group US headquarters to Coral Gables

The Cosentino Group, a Spain-based company, relocated its American headquarters from Sugarland, TX, to Coral Gables in June with the collaboration of the Miami-Dade Beacon Council, the City of Coral…

PortMiami seeking $200 million in commercial paper

PortMiami seeking $200 million in commercial paper

Miami-Dade County, through the mayor’s office, has asked in a proposed ordinance that PortMiami’s capital improvement program be allowed to issue commercial paper notes of up to $200 million on…

County working on foreign trade zone at Miami International Airport

County working on foreign trade zone at Miami International Airport

Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department is still working to set up a foreign trade zone magnet site on Miami International Airport property, anticipating that the approval will come by the end of…

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