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Miami officials will study city managing Virginia Key marinas

Miami officials are preparing to study the feasibility of the city itself managing its Virginia Key marinas. This comes in the wake of contentious bidding that had three companies fighting each other and the city over the…

Helping Little Havana add music, sidewalk cafés

Helping Little Havana add music, sidewalk cafés

The folks who help Little Havana pulsate are turning to City of Miami leaders to keep the beat alive. Area tourism boosters appeared before city commissioners to celebrate the growing…

Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key may get more bike friendly

Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key may get more bike friendly

A plan to turn parts of the Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key into a state-of-the-art bike and pedestrian path and parkway has been upgraded. From Miami architect Bernard Zyscovich comes…

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami commissioners may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park. On today’s (4/28) agenda is a resolution to contract with Cherokee Enterprises Inc. for $4,484,185 for the environmental remediation.…

Tunnel new weapon in Brickell Avenue Bridge jams

Tunnel new weapon in Brickell Avenue Bridge jams

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority have come up with a new weapon in their ongoing quest to solve traffic problems associated with the Brickell Avenue Bridge. For years, the…

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority told of parks need

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority told of parks need

Though none of them were startling, one finding from a February study launched by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority gave rise to discussion at the group’s March meeting. The survey was…

Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami war rages on

Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami war rages on

The battle against a new home for the Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami lumbers on, in court and before the city’s elected leaders. The concrete, steel and glass may…

Major projects in Wynwood, Brickell, Flagler OK’d

Major projects in Wynwood, Brickell, Flagler OK’d

Three major mixed-use projects have won a thumbs up from the city’s Urban Development Review Board in Brickell, Flagler Street and the Wynwood Arts District. Combined, they would create more…

Design District big names only half the story

Design District big names only half the story

With only part of the construction completed on the upscale outdoor Design District mall, some shop owners eagerly moved in last fall. Tom Ford, Fendi, ECJ Luxe and Hermès had…

Watson Island parking additions studied

Watson Island parking additions studied

With more people expected to make Watson Island a destination, the Miami Parking Authority is looking at the parking needs for all of those visitors. The authority, doing business as…

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