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Campaign seeks national recognition for Miami Marine Stadium

As the City of Miami moves slowly toward restoration of its famous waterfront venue, Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key, local officials are campaigning for national recognition for the iconic concrete stadium.If gained, the national designation…

Parking agency to run three parking sites in Overtown

Parking agency to run three parking sites in Overtown

The Miami Parking Authority is taking over management of three parking lots in the Overtown area owned by the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). A services agreement between…

Mixed-use Miami Plaza tower moves ahead to join two others

Mixed-use Miami Plaza tower moves ahead to join two others

Better but still lacking. That was the consensus of a City of Miami review board evaluating the renderings and floor plans for a mixed-use tower to be called Miami Plaza.…

Miami-Dade looks at rolling circulator buses across county

Miami-Dade looks at rolling circulator buses across county

Though many municipalities provide low fare and free bus circulators to their residents, unincorporated Miami-Dade residents are left to rely exclusively on the Metrorail, Metrobus and Metromover systems. To provide…

Coconut Grove’s long-awaited garage set to begin

Coconut Grove’s long-awaited garage set to begin

Construction on the long-awaited Grove Bay Parking Garage in Coconut Grove is expected to begin next month, and if current plans fall into place the municipal parking garage and its…

Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami-Dade’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources is recommending a variance and permit for an 830-slip temporary dock for the next five Miami International Boat Shows on Virginia Key with…

Miami River marina plans to add 100-seat restaurant

Miami River marina plans to add 100-seat restaurant

A marina on the Miami River plans to expand its business with the addition of a restaurant. 5th St Marina LLC is proposing construction of a 100-seat restaurant with some…

Micro-size residential units may help beat housing shortage

Micro-size residential units may help beat housing shortage

Building smaller apartments and condo units may help ease Miami’s critical shortage of affordable housing. That’s the thought behind legislation that would allow micro-sized residential units in areas of the…

Jose Marti Park getting aid from New York nonprofit

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…

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…

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