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FYI Miami: February 26, 2015

RISING RENTS: Annual effective rent growth in South Florida apartment markets continued to strengthen in January, according to Axiometrics, a company that supplies apartment market research and analysis. The average Miami rent of $1,545 was $93…

FYI Miami: January 2, 2014

HANGAR DEAL PENDING: Miami-Dade Commissioners are to act in the new year on an agreement with Chile-based LAN Cargo airline to build a maintenance hangar at Miami International Airport that…

FYI Miami: December 26, 2013

JUDGE SHORTAGE: Pointing to issues such as pending caseloads and long waits for hearing times, the Florida Supreme Court said last week that the state needs 49 additional judges, including…

FYI Miami: December 19, 2013

SIX MORE YEARS IN CHINA: Florida International University has settled into an agreement with China’s Ministry of Education for another six-year cycle of its highly successful Hospitality & Tourism Management…

FYI Miami: December 12, 2013

SPLIT IT UP: A measure that could see county commissioners vote separately on each item that contributes to property tax rates is one step closer to becoming a reality. The…

FYI Miami: December 5, 2013

BRIDGE BONDS: County commissioners Tuesday approved issuing $34 million in bonds for improvements of the Rickenbacker Causeway. The work is to cost just less than $33.38 million, of which about…

FYI Miami: November 28, 2013

DEVELOPMENT AT SEAPORT: A county code change to create a new Port Miami zoning district that would allow the seaport to permit developers to build multi-family housing projects, convention halls…

FYI Miami: November 21, 2013

GASOLINE SURPRISE: Even as the cost of a barrel of oil fell last week for the sixth consecutive week, GasBuddy reports the price of gasoline rose 3.7 cents to average…

FYI Miami: November 14, 2013

WHERE’S OUR CUT?: More than eight years after Miami-Dade cut deals with pari-mutuel operators that allowed the use of slot machines, Commissioner Bruno Barreiro is asking where the county’s share…

FYI Miami: November 7, 2013

WORDS OF WARNING: Miami-Dade special elections seeking approval for general obligation bonds or any other bonds based on real estate taxes would have to note on the ballot that if…

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