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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…

Miami-Dade voters may be asked to elect a sheriff

Miami-Dade voters may be asked to elect a sheriff

Miami-Dade voters would elect a sheriff, a tax collector and a supervisor of elections by 2025 under a measure headed to the November general election ballot. Those positions are all…

Watson Island may get more parking space from city

Watson Island may get more parking space from city

A parking study will begin soon on city-owned Watson Island, after recent action by the Off-Street Parking Board. Officials with the Miami Parking Authority, under the direction of the board,…

Miami River site cleared for market-rate apartments

Miami River site cleared for market-rate apartments

Land use and zoning changes approved by Miami city commissioners for a Miami River site are clearing the way for a new market-rate apartment building. Developer 1515 Miami River LLC…

Miami-Dade County Public Schools have $60 million plan for downtown

Miami-Dade County Public Schools have $60 million plan for downtown

More classrooms and new classmates are coming to four elementary schools in Brickell and downtown as the school system looks to increase capacities in the city’s core. Miami-Dade County Public…

Macy’s site on Miami Beach under sale contract

Macy’s site on Miami Beach under sale contract

Sale of the Macy’s department store site on Miami Beach is currently in process. The site is under contract, with Marcus & Millichap commercial brokerage managing the sale. The Macy’s…

Commission probes police policy for active shooters

Commission probes police policy for active shooters

After the Broward school shooting last month, Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday discussed the Police Department’s policy for lone officers confronting active shooters. Commissioners are to meet with police in executive session…

Miami-Dade now plans Personal Rapid Transit for Beach link

Miami-Dade now plans Personal Rapid Transit for Beach link

After 15 years of Baylink talks, the rapid-transit corridor linking Miami Beach to downtown has been resurrected, but it doesn’t look anything like old plans. Rather than plant heavy, expensive…

Markers Grove Isle battles way to condo starting line

Markers Grove Isle battles way to condo starting line

Markers Grove Isle on Fair Isle is marked by controversy. Developer Eddie Avila expects the $200 million project to place the Grove community on par with Tahiti Beach in Coral…

Clean-up of Miami River tributaries in home stretch

Clean-up of Miami River tributaries in home stretch

The dredging of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal, part of a major environmental clean-up project to the tributary connected to the Miami River, is entering its final phase. This is…

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