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Beach rolls toward free citywide trolleys

Miami Beach expects to add two new trolley routes by next spring and plans to create a free citywide trolley system, Transportation Director José González said. Currently, the city runs two free trolley routes. Last October it…

Historic site could get 36-story tower

Historic site could get 36-story tower

A historic 20-unit apartment building in Edgewater is up for sale, and hotel owners and operators have expressed interest in buying the building and turning it into a hotel. The…

Goldman team growing Wynwood again

Goldman team growing Wynwood again

One of the first projects to bring hotel rooms to the bustling Wynwood Arts District is planned by Goldman Properties, a key player in the area’s metamorphosis. And, no surprise,…

Bus kiosk or info center?

Bus kiosk or info center?

Serving as small islands of info, a few colorful kiosks added to public parking lots along Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami are attracting more than just stares. The bright, multi-colored…

Grove retail in turnabout

Grove retail in turnabout

When the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District began making retail analyses in 2013, there were 21 empty storefronts compared with just eight today, pointing to strong demand for what business…

North Beach on comeback trail

North Beach on comeback trail

There’s more to Miami Beach than the epic pool parties of SoBe. The bundle of barrier islands with a penchant for pastel colors and swaying palms has another neighborhood that…

Design District expands north

Design District expands north

Miami’s Design District continues to grow its drawing appeal and now its boundaries. City commissioners recently gave final approval to three zoning matters that green light expansion of the Design…

Developer to build park on river

Developer to build park on river

Efforts to turn a small overgrown lot on the Miami River close to downtown into a lush pocket park for the public moved forward when a developer presented architectural drawings…

Fair takes offensive in site battle

Fair takes offensive in site battle

This year, the opening of the annual Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition comes with some extra bang. Representatives of The Youth Fair went on the offensive in a full-page ad…

Pollution keeps parks closed for years

Pollution keeps parks closed for years

The cost to clean up polluted Miami parks keeps going up and up, pushing some city commissioners to ask when it all will end. Beyond the growing sting of spending…

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