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Miami had tucked away money for storms like Hurricane Irma

City of Miami government officials prepare for storms like Hurricane Irma by tucking away money for emergency needs, lining up a fleet of private contractors with trucks and chainsaws, and taking proactive action like cleaning out…

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium may tap into foreign investments cash

Miami Marine Stadium, finally destined for a multi-million-dollar rebirth, might benefit from foreign investment funds. Plenty must happen first, but if plans move forward, the stadium’s rebuilding will be eligible…

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

If it were up to the Miami River Commission, it would bar restaurants planned for two riverfront sites zoned marine-industrial. As it is, however, the decision is left to the…

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Church easement big step to expand public baywalk

Miami commissioners are taking a major step forward in expanding the public baywalk along Biscayne Bay. Commissioners on Jan. 12 authorized City Manager Daniel Alfonso to accept an easement from…

Virginia Key marina plan under microscope

Virginia Key marina plan under microscope

A continuing conversation on the fate of public marinas on Virginia Key was expected this week when the Virginia Key Advisory Board gathered Wednesday at Miami City Hall. The main…

Hialeah plans to develop two transit-oriented districts

Hialeah plans to develop two transit-oriented districts

The City of Hialeah has approved the development of two transit-oriented districts aimed at promoting compact, mixed-use projects within walking distance of high-capacity rapid transit. The two districts are to…

Miami looks at dropping some speed limits to 20 mph

Miami looks at dropping some speed limits to 20 mph

Not slow enough. That’s the reaction of some City of Miami residents and Commissioner Frank Carollo, who are continuing to fight for even lower speed limits through residential neighborhoods. Just…

Coconut Grove parking garage bids too high, starting over

Coconut Grove parking garage bids too high, starting over

Miami’s Off-Street Parking Board has rejected all bids for construction of a public parking garage in Coconut Grove after they came in more than double the estimated cost. The Miami…

Coral Gables City Center wins garage design competition

Coral Gables City Center wins garage design competition

Coral Gables City Center, a proposal by The Allen Morris Company and The Related Group to replace two antiquated city parking garages with more appropriate buildings, last week was voted…

Design District is mainly about retail

Design District is mainly about retail

The Design District is mainly about retail, observers say, and it is perfectly positioned for that use. Many affluent neighborhoods with year-round residents – including Edgewater, Bay Point, Morningside, the…

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