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Fastest housing growth in Brickell, Edgewater

In Miami’s Greater Downtown, the Brickell and Edgewater areas are experiencing the greatest growth of residential units. Development and construction isn’t anything new to Miami but as certain areas get built out, focus shifts from…

Key gets set for Sony Open

Key gets set for Sony Open

Key Biscayne residents fully expected Miami-Dade’s announcement late last month that repairs to the Bear Cut Bridge leading to the Key won’t be done for the Sony Open tennis tournament…

Coral Gables a model of stability

Coral Gables a model of stability

Coral Gables isn’t just home to great examples of historic Miami – it also houses one of the most stable office markets in the area. While it isn’t entirely immune…

Walgreens OK’d for Key Biscayne

Walgreens OK’d for Key Biscayne

A heavily debated plan to build a Walgreens drug store and an adjacent liquor store at the entrance to the Village of Key Biscayne won approval last week on a…

Wasteland to become linear park

Wasteland to become linear park

Today it’s a sparse and bare block of vacant land in the shadow of the Metrorail that collects errant fast-food bags and other debris. With an agreement approved last week…

Trolley system set to nearly double fleet

Trolley system set to nearly double fleet

After five years in service, Doral’s Trolley system is getting ready to expand. Later this year, the city expects to nearly double its fleet of blue, gold and white trolleys…

Caution flag on downtown E-car race

Caution flag on downtown E-car race

Some Miami-Dade commissioners are waving the yellow caution flag as a March 2015 electric car race rolls ahead toward downtown Miami. They have unanimously asked the county administration for an…

Guess what? Free Miami Beach parking

Guess what? Free Miami Beach parking

To cut down on bottlenecks along Miami Beach’s Alton Road as road work limits auto traffic, the city this week began a free trolley service along Alton Road and West…

Mechanical parking on Brickell raises eyebrows

Two proposed Miami residential towers won approvals last week, but officials expressed concerns about mechanical and robotic parking systems expected to handle hundreds of cars a day. Potential perils of…

Convention bureau backs Beach center plans

Convention bureau backs Beach center plans

With a lot riding on a Miami Beach Convention Center update, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau says it fully supports the new plan to court proposals for the…

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