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Ripples from China’s woes swaying Miami

Although Greece’s debt crisis and China’s volatile stock market are phenomena occurring thousands of miles away, Miami’s increasingly global business and financial communities feel the ripple effects of issues toying with the global economy. While the contagion…

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…

5-year downtown ePrix deal in works

5-year downtown ePrix deal in works

As days wind down to the inaugural Miami ePrix downtown March 14, city commissioners will consider cementing a deal to host the Formula E races for the next five years.…

Congested Biscayne Boulevard may narrow

Congested Biscayne Boulevard may narrow

Newly christened Biscayne Green is moving ahead in an ambitious project to narrow a stretch of congested Biscayne Boulevard downtown from Northeast Eighth Street south to Biscayne Boulevard Way. “The…

3 a.m. bar closings “way too early”

3 a.m. bar closings “way too early”

The much-anticipated Art Basel crowds left Wynwood buzzing but nearly free of crime, directors of the Wynwood Business Improvement District learned last week. During the week of parties and shows,…

NY developer plans Wynwood hotel

NY developer plans Wynwood hotel

New York developer Sonny Bazbaz wants to build a hotel in Wynwood. Miami’s Urban Development Review Board last week recommended approval of his mixed-use project at 2110 N Miami Ave.…

Absentees own most county condos

Absentees own most county condos

Miami-Dade County is home to a growing number of condominiums, most of which are held by absentee owners. Based on county data that show the number of homestead exemptions claimed…

$600 million impact propelled boat show deal

$600 million impact propelled boat show deal

By securing the Miami International Boat Show for the City of Miami for 2016, city commissioners have ensured an infusion of money and jobs into the local economy. That’s part…

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