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Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Coconut Grove’s waterfront is poised for major changes, but lingering lawsuits keep getting in the way and city commissioners are tired of it. Commissioners extended licenses for the current restaurants and marina northeast of City Hall at…

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…

Super-yacht project in bay set to begin

Super-yacht project in bay set to begin

It may be years behind schedule, but the grandiose Island Gardens project is moving ahead with an anticipated summer groundbreaking and has landed a sweet deal to host a new…

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…

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