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Coconut Grove historical markers revive history

Coconut Grove now has eight new shiny historical markers commemorating local historic sites around the neighborhood. Installed by the City of Miami Public Works, the local markers join a bigger family of identical markers throughout Florida,…

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…

New apartments to affect historic district

New apartments to affect historic district

A developer’s plan to build nearly 300 market-rate apartments in a neighborhood near the Miami River and the Northwest 12th Avenue Bridge has gained the support of the Miami River…

Pleas to Army fail to shift boat show

Pleas to Army fail to shift boat show

Key Biscayne residents who packed the village hall Dec. 2 begged the US Army Corps of Engineers to put a stop to plans for the 2016 Miami International Boat Show…

New look for Grove waterfront

New look for Grove waterfront

Miami officials are moving ahead with contracts to begin a major rebuilding of the Coconut Grove waterfront that will add a parking garage hugged by retail shops. City commissioners took…

Beauty academy complex gets an ugly look

Beauty academy complex gets an ugly look

The first phase of a sweeping development of about 30 acres in the Wynwood Arts District has gained support of a city review board, but developer Moishe Mana hasn’t won…

City commission backs OK of self-storage facility

City commission backs OK of self-storage facility

Miami city commissioners are backing up the action of the city’s planning director in granting permission for a self-storage facility to be built in Little Haiti. Planning Director Francisco Garcia…

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