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Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

The condominium market in Brickell – though slower in some ways than it was a year ago – is holding steady, observers say. “We’re continuing to see an increase in inventory, but it’s a little hard to…

River Landing signs Publix, T.J.Maxx, Burlington

River Landing signs Publix, T.J.Maxx, Burlington

From the beginning, the plan for a large mixed-use development called River Landing Shops and Residences was to include a grocer for the area near Miami’s Health District. Now developer…

How Founding Fathers breathed life into US Constitution

How Founding Fathers breathed life into US Constitution

Congressional friction and factions are nothing new. In his new book, “The First Congress: How James Madison, George Washington & a Group of Extraordinary Men Invented the Government,” historian Fergus…

38 Coconut Grove restaurants most ever

38 Coconut Grove restaurants most ever

Coconut Grove’s retail community has been invigorated by the new restaurants opening in the downtown area, say market watchers, and will be vastly improved with trolleys and legislation to alleviate…

Marina for mega-yachts on Miami River seeks tenants

Marina for mega-yachts on Miami River seeks tenants

The plan to build a secure marina for mega-yachts on the Miami River continues to evolve as the owner-developer works to secure tenants for his unique commercial venture. SeaVault is…

Miami Tennis Open claims erroneous use of feudal law

Miami Tennis Open claims erroneous use of feudal law

The Miami Tennis Open tournament organizers are once again appealing a court’s decision to uphold the Matheson family’s effort to keep Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park free from further commercial development,…

Watson Island seaplane base in holding pattern

Watson Island seaplane base in holding pattern

The plan to revive a seaplane base on Watson Island remains grounded as city officials review a lease of the city-owned property to a private company. And one commissioner, newcomer…

Float like a butterfly, sting like a parking lot

Float like a butterfly, sting like a parking lot

It’s a challenge to spruce up an otherwise bland concrete parking lot. So the Miami Parking Authority turned to the creative designers at DiBari & Associates to basically reinvent the…

Wynwood to fund workforce housing

Wynwood to fund workforce housing

Of all the legislative changes made this year designed to encourage the continued evolution of the Wynwood Arts District, one item remained in limbo for months. After fine-tuning and tweaking…

Virginia Key guardians face city vote

Virginia Key guardians face city vote

Five years after it was first recommended, the City of Miami is one vote away from creating an advisory group to help steer the future of Virginia Key. The fate…

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