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Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Miami commissioners are taking a major step forward in expanding the public baywalk along Biscayne Bay. Commissioners on Jan. 12 authorized City Manager Daniel Alfonso to accept an easement from the First Presbyterian Church of Miami “for…

Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend

Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend

As cities across the US continue to see population growth slow as residents uproot for the suburbs or other cities altogether, Miami continues to see growth in its urban core,…

Coral Gables’ retail sparkles brightly

Coral Gables’ retail sparkles brightly

Coral Gables’ retail star is undimmed by the streetscape project, and the city’s retail district is growing to accommodate ever-increasing demand, observers say. “The first thing is that, 100%, Miracle…

Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

The condominium market in Brickell – though slower in some ways than it was a year ago – is holding steady, observers say. “We’re continuing to see an increase in…

Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years

Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years

Young professionals are increasingly making their homes in the central business district, says a new report by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority: the population has increased 33% since 2010 “and the…

Small business loan available -with caveats

Small business loan available -with caveats

There is money available to owners of small businesses who are searching for loans, but it comes with certain caveats. “On the high end, there is a desire on the…

City-county deal will funnel funds to The Underline

City-county deal will funnel funds to The Underline

Miami city officials have crafted an agreement with Miami-Dade County that will provide funding for portions of The Underline, the plan to transform land under the county’s elevated Metrorail system…

Coral Gables looks at 25 mph residential speed limit

Coral Gables looks at 25 mph residential speed limit

Despite concerns about expense for new signs, the Coral Gables City Commission voted 4-1 (with Jeannett Slesnick dissenting) to explore lowering the speed limit on all residential streets to 25…

Coconut Grove historical markers revive history

Coconut Grove historical markers revive history

Coconut Grove now has eight new shiny historical markers commemorating local historic sites around the neighborhood. Installed by the City of Miami Public Works, the local markers join a bigger…

Ex-Wynwood owners brand Allapattah today’s bargain

Ex-Wynwood owners brand Allapattah today’s bargain

Roland DiGasbarro was actively looking to invest in Allapattah two years before purchasing his first building there in early 2014 because it’s an important and appealing urban location like Wynwood,…

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