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Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Coconut Grove’s waterfront is poised for major changes, but lingering lawsuits keep getting in the way and city commissioners are tired of it. Commissioners extended licenses for the current restaurants and marina northeast of City Hall at…

Guess what? Free Miami Beach parking

Guess what? Free Miami Beach parking

To cut down on bottlenecks along Miami Beach’s Alton Road as road work limits auto traffic, the city this week began a free trolley service along Alton Road and West…

Mechanical parking on Brickell raises eyebrows

Two proposed Miami residential towers won approvals last week, but officials expressed concerns about mechanical and robotic parking systems expected to handle hundreds of cars a day. Potential perils of…

Convention bureau backs Beach center plans

Convention bureau backs Beach center plans

With a lot riding on a Miami Beach Convention Center update, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau says it fully supports the new plan to court proposals for the…

Alley closure opens way to 40 Bay Point area homes

Alley closure opens way to 40 Bay Point area homes

Miami has approved closure of an L-shaped alley east of Biscayne Boulevard between Northeast 39th Street and the Bay Point Subdivision, clearing the way for a development that’s expected to…

Rentals occupancy and rates strong

Rentals occupancy and rates strong

Midtown, Coral Gables and Edgewater residential property executives are reporting strong occupancy and rental rates. “Since we bought our inventory in Midtown we’ve seen rents go from, on average ……

Sony Open plans caught in volley of lawsuits

Promoters of the Sony Open pro tennis tournament last week filed a new counter-lawsuit against Bruce Matheson and Miami-Dade County in hopes of having a judge consider it as early…

City, neighbors end decade of legal squabbles with a deal

City, neighbors end decade of legal squabbles with a deal

More than a decade of legal battles involving the interests of developers, neighboring homeowners and Miami city government have finally come to an end. And aiding in the conclusion of…

Anti-gambling film stars Miami mega-casino drive

Opponents of casino gambling in Miami have a new weapon in their arsenal: “Pushing Luck” – a short documentary that examines “the question of whether government’s policy of sponsoring casinos…

Strong infrastructure gives Homestead growth springboard

Homestead’s real estate market is poised for growth due to existing infrastructure and a lack of land for single-family development in Miami-Dade County, industry experts report. “There’s an abundance of…

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