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Coral Gables sees $325,000 income from centralized valet service

Coral Gables’ central business district will be seeing major changes to its valet parking. The city commission has voted to let the city negotiate a three-year contract with Park One LLC to create a city-managed centralized…

Planned mooring field threatens Miami Marine Stadium

Planned mooring field threatens Miami Marine Stadium

A mooring field planned for the historic basin of Virginia Key threatens future uses of a restored Miami Marine Stadium. Miami’s mayor, commissioners, manager and others were notified Friday of…

Miami casts annexation eye on Blue Lagoon, Melrose, Brownsville

Miami casts annexation eye on Blue Lagoon, Melrose, Brownsville

If Miami annexed several unincorporated areas, including Blue Lagoon, Melrose and Brownsville, it would take a financial hit, a study says. Based on revenue and expense calculations and factoring in…

Plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard gets federal grant

Plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard gets federal grant

A plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard into something other than a busy downtown street just got a significant financial boost. The City of Miami and the Downtown Development Authority applied…

More than 3,000 new residential units in pipeline for Doral

More than 3,000 new residential units in pipeline for Doral

With more than 3,000 new residential units and nearly 300,000 square feet of retail space approved or in the pipeline, Doral is sure to hold its place as one of…

Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium a $40 million ticket

Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium a $40 million ticket

Planned restoration of Miami Marine Stadium is estimated to cost more than $40 million and considers a new version of a floating stage for entertainment acts. City commissioners are to…

Miami to get a free fire station in Brickell

Miami to get a free fire station in Brickell

Miami will get a free state-of-the-art fire station in a public-private partnership to join properties on Southwest Second Avenue in Brickell. City commissioners on July 13 directed City Manager Daniel…

Redevelopment agency adds $10,000 to finish Overtown mural

Redevelopment agency adds $10,000 to finish Overtown mural

A project that began in 2014 is finally nearing completion, with one last boost from the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). CRA directors voted unanimously June 26 to…

New welcome mat on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

New welcome mat on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

Uniformed hospitality ambassadors the Lincoln Road Business Improvement District hired through the firm Block by Block have been helping visitors to the street for the past two months. “The project…

Mixed-use Coconut Grove bayfront project to start in July

Mixed-use Coconut Grove bayfront project to start in July

The next major project to sink millions of dollars of new investment into the Coconut Grove waterfront is expected to begin next month. The long-awaited construction of a mixed-use development…

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