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Miami International Boat Show faces manatee stricture

Miami-Dade’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources is recommending a variance and permit for an 830-slip temporary dock for the next five Miami International Boat Shows on Virginia Key with an unusual manatee protection stricture attached…

Unsafe alleys turning to bonanzas

Unsafe alleys turning to bonanzas

Fernando Levy Hara has never walked the full length of the alleys near his planned 19-story Crimson high-rise. Even when his company, mckafka Development Group, was planning a community park,…

Downtown floats plans to lure boaters

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority say they want to connect the city’s Biscayne Bay waterfront with a series of parks and open spaces, and they’d like more opportunities for…

Flagler Street owners tax selves for railroad motif

Flagler Street owners tax selves for railroad motif

The Downtown Development Authority’s plan to spruce up Flagler Street has moved into high gear, with an important new component. Property owners on the street are now willing to tax…

County putting tennis center in center court

County putting tennis center in center court

Miami-Dade County commissioners are expected to make some big decisions next month on the controversial plan to renovate the Crandon Park Tennis Center on Key Biscayne. The plan by the…

Investments, upgrades spur Brickell boom

Brickell’s real estate boom is continuing to change the face of the financial hub, with more aging structures in line for demolition to make way for new towers, investors reaching…

Business goes down drain without sewers

Business goes down drain without sewers

Areas without sewer connections in commercial zones are flushing away potential property tax revenue they would create with the right infrastructure, would-be investors say. Sewer systems would mean more buildings,…

Miami-Dade moving into red light camera realm

Miami-Dade County published a draft online last week of what will later be a formal solicitation for vendors who would install red light cameras and manage the county’s system. “We…

Sony Open expansion tangles in courts

Sony Open expansion tangles in courts

First it was Bruce Matheson. Now it’s local tennis players and others who are at odds with promoters of the annual Sony Open pro tennis tournament on Key Biscayne. A…

California hedge fund Miami dreamin’

A California hedge fund using the secretive alias Confidential Project: Ludwig is looking at moving its base to Coconut Grove, bringing 25 jobs averaging $100,000 salary. But the company is…

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