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Design District developments coming

After decades of deterioration, the Design District has risen to fame, as evidenced by the number of projects underway as well as planned for the arts, retail, office and residential. Francisco Arocha, CEO and managing director of…

A year later, Brickell swap rolling

A year later, Brickell swap rolling

One year to the day after they formally began the process, Miami commissioners on May 8 adopted a resolution that will see the city take over Brickell Avenue from the…

Seaquarium deal flows swimmingly

Seaquarium deal flows swimmingly

Even though the Miami Seaquarium has been officially sold, the same rent agreement will remain in place.  Miami-Dade, which owns the facility on Virginia Key, will receive a one-time payment…

City spars with marina over debt, bidding rights

City spars with marina over debt, bidding rights

The owner of the Rickenbacker Marina says the City of Miami is picking on him. The city says there’s a slight matter of $2 million that the marina owes the…

Gold Medal winners, Lifetime Achiever honored

Gold Medal winners, Lifetime Achiever honored

Four accomplished individuals and three prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today’s 14th Gold Medal Awards dinner. Attorney Aaron Podhurst accepted…

Plan rolling for Miami’s grand promenade

Plan rolling for Miami’s grand promenade

It’s still a long way off, but plans to make Biscayne Boulevard Miami’s “grand promenade” inched closer to reality last week as Downtown Development Authority board members chose one design…

Streets shrink to protect historic buildings

Streets shrink to protect historic buildings

To protect and preserve the unique nature of historic buildings in the heart of downtown Miami, city commissioners have approved an ordinance amendment to reduce the zoned street right-of-way width…

North Beach airs to lure a college

North Beach airs to lure a college

The North Beach area of Miami Beach may become home to a college or university campus. While no plans are final, the City of Miami Beach’s Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Panel…

A revolution in Wynwood

A revolution in Wynwood

By mid-morning most weekdays, Tom Curitore has walked much of the expansive and evolving Wynwood Arts District he’s now in charge of taking to the next level. Mr. Curitore is…

Wells Fargo wrapping up NeighborhoodLIFT

Wells Fargo wrapping up NeighborhoodLIFT

After almost two years, Wells Fargo is wrapping up its NeighborhoodLIFT in Florida. The program, which began in 2012 to help communities overcome a high inventory of unsold home and…

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