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Clean-up of Miami River tributaries in home stretch

The dredging of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal, part of a major environmental clean-up project to the tributary connected to the Miami River, is entering its final phase.This is welcome news to members of the Miami…

Chinese investors are showing interest in North Miami

Chinese investors are showing interest in North Miami

North Miami has Chinese investors excited to dive into the city’s planned Chinatown Cultural Arts & Innovation District after hosting a 12-member delegation from Shanghai last month. The Chinatown Cultural…

Gated communities impede walkable communities

Gated communities impede walkable communities

The aura of security and belongingness that once surrounded the City of Doral’s gated communities has come to represent a hindrance in the city’s efforts to create a connected, walkable…

Miami officials will study city managing Virginia Key marinas

Miami officials will study city managing Virginia Key marinas

Miami officials are preparing to study the feasibility of the city itself managing its Virginia Key marinas. This comes in the wake of contentious bidding that had three companies fighting…

Workforce housing in downtown Miami to get big boost

Workforce housing in downtown Miami to get big boost

When Melody Tower opened in May, the 38-story apartment building was more than 95% leased, illustrating the aching need for affordable and workforce housing in downtown Miami. Melody brought 497…

Venture Hive accelerator lures tech firms from 40 nations

Venture Hive accelerator lures tech firms from 40 nations

Venture Hive’s program supporting high-growth technology businesses has seen many companies thrive in Miami and boost the technology industry. Its accelerator has helped companies develop niche ideas and business strategies,…

Marinas on Virginia Key get rejection slip

Marinas on Virginia Key get rejection slip

Start from scratch. That’s the advice to Miami city commissioners from the new Virginia Key Advisory Board, to throw out all pending proposals for marinas on Virginia Key and start…

Rental rates keep rising in Midtown’s high-rises

Rental rates keep rising in Midtown’s high-rises

Demand and rental rates keep rising in Midtown’s high-rises as the area continues to see a steep rise in popularity, but demand and construction in Brickell is on the opposite…

South Florida mayors team up to meet transportation needs

South Florida mayors team up to meet transportation needs

Together we stand, divided we fail. That seemed to be the consensus among a gathering of South Florida mayors discussing transportation needs and other issues at the Greater Miami Chamber’s…

Marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key contentious

Marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key contentious

When Miami city commissioners gather for a special meeting next week on the fate of marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key they will have before them the 2010 Virginia…

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