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Miami yearns for streetcar’s return

Streetcars for downtown Miami are again gaining traction with commissioners. Marc Sarnoff resurrected the idea at the Sept. 11 commission meeting and won support from Francis Suarez, who vowed to lobby for streetcars in the county’s Metropolitan…

To raise playhouse curtain anew, solve backstage problems

To raise playhouse curtain anew, solve backstage problems

Most people who give it thought agree it would be very nice – good for everyone – to save the crumbling and vacant Coconut Grove Playhouse. Headlines indicate that restoration…

A new volley in tennis center court fight

A new volley in tennis center court fight

A lawsuit to stop expansion and improvements at the tennis center on Key Biscayne that’s home to the annual Sony Open pro tennis tournament could be decided next month in…

Sun Life Stadium can’t squeeze in Youth Fair

As the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair and Exposition reviews three potential new homes, including land beside the Sun Life Stadium owned in part by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, each…

Dolphins’ site studied for Youth Fair

Land beside Sun Life Stadium owned in part by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is viewed in a just-completed study as a new home for the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair…

20th Century Fox vision of Miami attraction

20th Century Fox vision of Miami attraction

Miami-Dade County has scheduled meetings with two companies, Dinosaur Park Miami Corp. and Miami Wilds LLC, that submitted proposals last month to develop an entertainment complex area at Zoo Miami.…

Floating city for Biscayne Bay?

A Dutch developer is eyeing Biscayne Bay for a $200 million floating development. Netherlands-based Dutch Docklands wants the equivalent of 500 to 1,000 acres to build a floating island with…

Unexpected twist to Miami population gain

Miami-Dade’s non-Hispanic white population grew at a faster rate than Hispanics from 2010 to 2012, according to a US Census Bureau July estimate. The county’s total population grew by about…

Miami gives Wal-Mart permit in Midtown

The Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved a Class II Special Permit for the Wal-Mart project in Midtown. City Planning Director Francisco Garcia confirmed that he signed the permit…

Preparing Miami’s link to India markets

Each session at a Sept. 27 “Doing Business in India” workshop will be a primer for a November trade mission that will expose South Florida small businesses to a market…

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