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North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown is working on a collaboration among the city, Trinity Church and the business school at Johnson & Wales University.This project, which will manifest physically around the end of this year, is to be…

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.…

Special meeting targets Jungle Island lease on Watson Island

Special meeting targets Jungle Island lease on Watson Island

Miami city commissioners will be playing a version of Beat the Clock on June 8 when they hold a special meeting to get a property lease before voters on the…

United States Sailing Center keeps Olympic training site

United States Sailing Center keeps Olympic training site

It wasn’t easy but the United States Sailing Center Inc. was able to keep its piece of the Coconut Grove waterfront for at least another decade. The Florida not-for-profit corporation…

County looks at regulating bike-sharing companies

County looks at regulating bike-sharing companies

Something must be done to regulate bike-sharing companies like LimeBike, which have thousands of bikes scattered across the county, Miami-Dade Commissioner Javier Souto told the Economic Development and Transportation Committee…

City of Miami may buy, renovate former theater

City of Miami may buy, renovate former theater

In an effort to spruce up another corner of the Liberty City neighborhood, the City of Miami is considering a project to purchase and renovate a vacant former theater. Known…

Voters get last word on Jungle Island hotel, lease extension

Voters get last word on Jungle Island hotel, lease extension

The owners of Jungle Island plan a long, slender hotel designed like the curves and cascading balconies of a cruise ship, only smaller, as a key to a multi-million-dollar redevelopment…

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