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Miami officials will study city managing Virginia Key marinas

Miami officials are preparing to study the feasibility of the city itself managing its Virginia Key marinas. This comes in the wake of contentious bidding that had three companies fighting each other and the city over the…

Historic church to become grocery

Historic church to become grocery

An historic Miami church built in 1926 in neoclassical design could end up with a fresh produce aisle and a deli counter under a plan to redevelop the site with…

Gables sketches a greener Miracle Mile

Gables sketches a greener Miracle Mile

A streetscape renovation for Miracle Mile that has been on the drawing boards since 2002 looks ready to kick off and has grown to include Giralda Avenue between Ponce de…

1,771 Miami Worldcenter residences OK’d

1,771 Miami Worldcenter residences OK’d

Two main components of Miami Worldcenter won the approval of a city review board Sept. 16, promising apartments, hotel rooms, office space, restaurants and stores hugging a new 7th Street…

$10 million targeted to restore beaches

$10 million targeted to restore beaches

County commissioners were scheduled this week to approve increasing funds by $10 million for a program to re-nourish Miami-Dade’s beaches and protect its shoreline. The legislation would reduce an allocation…

Your bank teller may be in New Mexico

Your bank teller may be in New Mexico

Banks of all shapes and sizes are changing the way they cater to customer needs, and many of these changes are occurring within the bricks-and-mortar branches. Nationally, some have gone…

Court time nears for tennis stadium

Court time nears for tennis stadium

Organizers for the Miami Open, who are fighting to build three additional stadiums at the tennis center in Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park, may get their day in court. On Monday,…

Ripples from China’s woes swaying Miami

Ripples from China’s woes swaying Miami

Although Greece’s debt crisis and China’s volatile stock market are phenomena occurring thousands of miles away, Miami’s increasingly global business and financial communities feel the ripple effects of issues toying…

Tennis tournament seeks more stadiums

Tennis tournament seeks more stadiums

The Miami Open will take place March 21-April 3, 2016, and almost certainly in the same location for a few more seasons, despite ongoing litigation concerning control over Key Biscayne’s…

Coral Gables seeks long-term traffic fix

Coral Gables seeks long-term traffic fix

Coral Gables has requested qualifications of firms interested in conducting a city-wide ten-year multi-modal transportation plan. The request notes that the city’s geographic position as a “transportation linchpin between the…

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