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Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

After Hurricane Irma battered it, the City of Homestead’s composting facility – which was expected to come back online by the end of August after a year-long pause in operations – has pushed back its reopening…

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…

All Aboard Florida lawyers get extension as line seeks more bonds

All Aboard Florida lawyers get extension as line seeks more bonds

Lawyers for All Aboard Florida, the federal Department of Transportation (USDOT) and the Department of Justice have been granted an extension until Dec. 7 to file their response to a…

Thousands of units flow into Midtown residential market

Thousands of units flow into Midtown residential market

As a steady stream of completed rental units trickles into the Midtown residential market just as construction begins on others and still others are proposed, the emerging market seems to…

Electric car charging stations: Blink and they’re late

Electric car charging stations: Blink and they’re late

Blink Network LLC has yet to complete its contract with the City of Miami Beach after being approved nine months ago to install and operate electric car charging stations at…

Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward

Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward

Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward. A development company plans to build a mixed-use residential tower on Southwest Second Avenue, about a block and a half east of I-95. Maizon…

Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend

Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend

As cities across the US continue to see population growth slow as residents uproot for the suburbs or other cities altogether, Miami continues to see growth in its urban core,…

Coral Gables’ retail sparkles brightly

Coral Gables’ retail sparkles brightly

Coral Gables’ retail star is undimmed by the streetscape project, and the city’s retail district is growing to accommodate ever-increasing demand, observers say. “The first thing is that, 100%, Miracle…

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