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Give us rail, not buses, South Dade pleads

Multiple government agencies have failed to provide vital promised rail transportation to the southern end of Miami-Dade County, the Metropolitan Planning Organization was told last week, virtually cutting residents off from amenities the rest of the…

Four cities aboard new commuter rail

While a regional funding source for a proposed 85-mile commuter rail line linking Miami to Jupiter hasn’t been pinpointed, plans for locating the funds have moved forward – albeit slightly.…

IKEA sets up shop near Dolphin Mall

IKEA sets up shop near Dolphin Mall

Five years after a county consultant looked into the market viability of a mega-mall opening in West Miami-Dade no such shopping center has been built. But the concept hasn’t fizzled…

Is Miami International Boat Show drifting off?

As the Miami Beach Convention Center gears up for 2016-2018 renovation, the Miami International Boat Show is working with city and center staff to figure out how and if the…

Design District parking plan OK’d

Design District parking plan OK’d

A controversial parking program that led to a 120-day moratorium in February finally has been updated by Miami commissioners. A second and final vote to approve changes to the Design…

Ocean Drive tour buses face a battle

Ocean Drive tour buses face a battle

To deal with the high demand from the sightseeing tour-bus industry to stop on Ocean Drive, Miami Beach might issue a competitive solicitation for the right to stop on the…

Publix plans 18-story residential tower

Supermarket giant Publix plans to develop a modern 57,000-square-foot store on LeJeune Road in Coral Gables along with an 18-story, 282-unit residential building fronting Salzedo Street.  The Lakeland-based chain submitted…

A year later, Brickell swap rolling

A year later, Brickell swap rolling

One year to the day after they formally began the process, Miami commissioners on May 8 adopted a resolution that will see the city take over Brickell Avenue from the…

Seaquarium deal flows swimmingly

Seaquarium deal flows swimmingly

Even though the Miami Seaquarium has been officially sold, the same rent agreement will remain in place.  Miami-Dade, which owns the facility on Virginia Key, will receive a one-time payment…

City spars with marina over debt, bidding rights

City spars with marina over debt, bidding rights

The owner of the Rickenbacker Marina says the City of Miami is picking on him. The city says there’s a slight matter of $2 million that the marina owes the…

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