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Jose Marti Park getting aid from New York nonprofit

One of the largest and most popular parks in the City of Miami will be getting improvements, and a grant may help spur on the renovation.Jose Marti Park, at 351 SW Fourth St., lies next to…

Wynwood Park to blend retail with curated food

Wynwood Park to blend retail with curated food

Wynwood Park, a mixed-use project by ASG Wynwood LLC, an affiliate of ASG Equities and the Gindi Family, which is set to open in early 2019, has set its sights…

Water Taxi Miami looking to expand

Water Taxi Miami looking to expand

After adding a new stop at Purdy Avenue this year, Water Taxi Miami is looking to expand its water-borne transportation service by adding new stops in Brickell and Brickell Key.…

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

After Hurricane Irma battered it, the City of Homestead’s composting facility – which was expected to come back online by the end of August after a year-long pause in operations…

Giralda Avenue renovations may yield long-term benefits

Giralda Avenue renovations may yield long-term benefits

While the construction pain of the Miracle Mile and Giralda Avenue renovations is temporary, the benefits for the city’s retail tenants will be long-lasting, observers say. The redo was long…

Project to calm traffic instead aggravates Miami residents

Project to calm traffic instead aggravates Miami residents

Miami commissioner Francis Suarez has put the brakes on a traffic calming project on busy Southwest 22nd Avenue. On a motion from Mr. Suarez, the city commission voted to stop…

Zoo Miami reopening date nears decision

Zoo Miami reopening date nears decision

With Zoo Miami’s fiscal year coming to an end Sept. 30, the zoo projects to end the year with about 932,000 visitors, according to Director Carol Kruse, after closing earlier…

Miami had tucked away money for storms like Hurricane Irma

Miami had tucked away money for storms like Hurricane Irma

City of Miami government officials prepare for storms like Hurricane Irma by tucking away money for emergency needs, lining up a fleet of private contractors with trucks and chainsaws, and…

Chinatown design nears review and approval

Chinatown design nears review and approval

After sending six city officials on a 12-day trip to China last May, the City of North Miami completed its conceptual design master plan for its Chinatown Cultural Arts &…

Miami marina vote tied to affordable housing ‘gift’

Miami marina vote tied to affordable housing ‘gift’

If enough Miami commissioners attend a special meeting Friday to make quorum and review a multi-million-dollar marina redevelopment, Chairman Keon Hardemon says money from the winning bidders for affordable housing…

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