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Brickell Avenue Bridge driving won’t get any easier

Drivers frustrated with the reduced number of lanes on the Brickell Avenue Bridge won’t see relief any time soon. In 2013, two traffic lanes were removed – one each north- and southbound – because of pedestrian…

Vast expansion for Miami Jewish Health Systems

Vast expansion for Miami Jewish Health Systems

Miami Jewish Health Systems, a medical campus that has grown and evolved since the 1940s, is working on a master plan for the next 30 years and beyond. The City…

Tri-Rail to roll commuter rail into downtown Miami by year’s end

Tri-Rail to roll commuter rail into downtown Miami by year’s end

With a bid controversy settled, the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority is on track to have Tri-Rail commuter trains steaming into downtown’s Miami Central station by year’s end. “We issued…

Loews Miami Beach Hotel rocks – with 100 minerals

Loews Miami Beach Hotel rocks – with 100 minerals

Loews Miami Beach Hotel aims to be a market leader, and by the end of February operators hope to cement that position by showing results of a $50 million renovation…

Coconut Grove waterfront about to add another major project

Coconut Grove waterfront about to add another major project

Along the Coconut Grove waterfront, the only constant is change. Significant changes continue to evolve where the mainland meets Biscayne Bay, anchored centrally by historic Miami City Hall. For the…

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium, finally destined for a multi-million-dollar rebirth, might benefit from foreign investment funds. Plenty must happen first, but if plans move forward, the stadium’s rebuilding will be eligible…

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

If it were up to the Miami River Commission, it would bar restaurants planned for two riverfront sites zoned marine-industrial. As it is, however, the decision is left to the…

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

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…

Virginia Key marina plan under microscope

Virginia Key marina plan under microscope

A continuing conversation on the fate of public marinas on Virginia Key was expected this week when the Virginia Key Advisory Board gathered Wednesday at Miami City Hall. The main…

Hialeah plans to develop two transit-oriented districts

Hialeah plans to develop two transit-oriented districts

The City of Hialeah has approved the development of two transit-oriented districts aimed at promoting compact, mixed-use projects within walking distance of high-capacity rapid transit. The two districts are to…

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