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Court time nears for tennis stadium

Although a county committee ultimately recommended that the Aviation Department waive competitive bidding for proposed leases with three high-profile local entities at Miami International Airport, Commissioner Dennis Moss expressed frustration last week that a report he…

South Dade offers a new vision

South Dade offers a new vision

Tomorrow’s South Dade, a comprehensive, community-driven project defining an overarching vision for the future of Miami-Dade County south of 216th Street, is ready for distribution. The report, created through a…

Give us rail, not buses, South Dade pleads

Give us rail, not buses, South Dade pleads

Multiple government agencies have failed to provide vital promised rail transportation to the southern end of Miami-Dade County, the Metropolitan Planning Organization was told last week, virtually cutting residents off…

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Gift trolleys alter route choices

Miami commissioners had been debating for almost an hour which two new trolley routes to select when Marc Sarnoff, who’d left last week’s meeting for an outside event and returned,…

Design District land prices soar

Design District land prices soar

Commercial land prices have gone sky high in the Design District over the past year or so, industry experts say, because it’s finally becoming a destination. There was talk among…

6 win Gold Medal Awards, Hertz honored

6 win Gold Medal Awards, Hertz honored

Three accomplished individuals and three prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today’s Gold Medal Awards dinner Thursday evening. Long-time executive and…

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…

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