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North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

The proposed Chinatown in North Miami is moving closer to solidifying some design plans. The city could be requesting proposals for architecture firms in the next few weeks, according to City Manager Larry Spring Jr., who…

Miami-Dade Mayor zaps bid for mini-parks in parking spaces

Miami-Dade Mayor zaps bid for mini-parks in parking spaces

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez has zapped a 20-month-old proposal by former County Commissioner Juan Carlos Zapata that would have led to mini-parks, called parklets, spread in parking spaces among streets…

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

A developer plans to transform a corner block in Little Havana into a mixed-use apartment building lined by retail shops. Altman Development Corp. is proposing to construct a project called…

Doral awaits residential projects approved before this year

Doral awaits residential projects approved before this year

Almost every block in Doral awaits a new residential and mixed-used project approved prior to 2018. The centralization of a live-work-play lifestyle only fuels a higher demand for a growing…

Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables’ central business district will be seeing major changes to its valet parking. The city commission has voted to let the city negotiate a three-year contract with Park One…

New signs with lower speed limits slowing traffic in Coral Gables

New signs with lower speed limits slowing traffic in Coral Gables

Coral Gables drivers are slowing down in some areas where 158 new speed limit signs have been installed, said Jessica Keller, the city’s assistant public works, transportation and sustainability director.…

Casino giant Genting Group gears up for hotel/county bus terminal combo

Casino giant Genting Group gears up for hotel/county bus terminal combo

Construction related to a mixed-use development encompassing the Omni bus terminal, Adrienne Arsht Center Metromover station and a planned hotel and retail center should begin before December, according to county…

City looks to design firm to craft true Virginia Key flex park

City looks to design firm to craft true Virginia Key flex park

The City of Miami’s so-called flex park on Virginia Key is in line for a major redesign, with the ultimate goal of building a world-class waterfront destination with regional importance…

City fills out its roster to offer free Miami Trolley routes citywide

City fills out its roster to offer free Miami Trolley routes citywide

Miami city commissioners have given the green light to the final trolley route yet to be served in their goal of offering free trolley rides citywide. Commissioners last week approved…

Adler unveils ambitious plan for Miami’s riverfront

Adler unveils ambitious plan for Miami’s riverfront

The Adler company has quite an ambitious plan to transform the downtown riverfront in Miami, and is moving toward a major redevelopment of prime real estate on the Miami River.…

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