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Electric car race a $10 million generator

A formula E (for electric) race event set for March 13-14, 2015, will generate $10 million in direct spending, 240 direct and 2,000 indirect jobs; and will attract 25,000 visitors, its promoter told Miami’s Downtown…

California hedge fund Miami dreamin’

A California hedge fund using the secretive alias Confidential Project: Ludwig is looking at moving its base to Coconut Grove, bringing 25 jobs averaging $100,000 salary. But the company is…

State OKs huge multi-use project

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has granted a land use change at the former Westview Country Club’s site, approved by the Miami-Dade County Commission last year, that allows a…

International use up 18% at Fort Lauderdale airport

International use up 18% at Fort Lauderdale airport

International traffic has grown 18% at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport between 2008 and 2012, the latest data show, thanks to Broward County’s diverse population and the airport’s success at attracting…

Miami Beach-Miami rail line plans revived

Miami Beach-Miami rail line plans revived

Greater Miami transportation officials are reviving plans for a “rapid transit connection” between Miami and Miami Beach. The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, or MPO, is studying options for a beach-to-mainland…

Businesses fight annexations, tax hits

Business owners in a proposed annexation area say they don’t want to become part of Opa-locka as the city moves to expand its boundaries. They’re circulating a petition addressed to…

NY Film Academy to Miami Beach

NY Film Academy to Miami Beach

The New York Film Academy, founded in 1992 and now teaching about 7,000 students per year in locations from Paris to Abu Dhabi, has chosen Miami Beach for its next…

Annexation: 210 businesses, no people

Opa-locka’s leaders want to extend the city’s boundaries. They’re hoping to add about 822 acres of industrial and commercial land, known as areas A and B, to increase the city’s…

Key prescribes new Walgreens application

Key prescribes new Walgreens application

An appeal of Key Biscayne’s denial of a Walgreens development in the island’s entry block was taken off the agenda and settled hours before it was to be heard, with…

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…

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