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Miami may annex area with 100 multinationals

Is the City of Miami preparing to grow? The possibility of the municipality expanding its boundaries is set for discussion today (11/20) by city commissioners. In their possession is a recent study on the feasibility of annexing several…

Edge tower sells to river’s edge

Edge tower sells to river’s edge

True to its name, the sales office for The Edge on Brickell is being built right to the edge of the Miami River. Encroachment into an area that must be…

Land swap may drive entertainment complex

As negotiations continue over a proposed multi-million dollar entertainment complex that might rise in South Miami-Dade, parties involved are considering a land swap. Miami-Dade officials said they might swap county-owned…

Matching unemployed with construction jobs

Matching unemployed with construction jobs

A local nonprofit, a builders’ trade association and a state organization that addresses workforce needs have partnered to match Miami-Dade County’s unemployed and underemployed with contractors that need workers at…

Miami Beach code, preservation collide

Miami Beach code, preservation collide

Sometimes, a name says it all. The Tradewinds Apartment+Hotel, a seven-building complex in Collins Waterfront Historic District, currently offers short term rentals of less than six months and one day,…

All Aboard Florida on line for government aid

All Aboard Florida on line for government aid

All Aboard Florida, the rail line that is in a few years to link Miami and Orlando, has expanded its funding options. The company, a subsidiary of Coral Gables-based Florida…

On runway: $3.1 billion air terminal remake

There’s strong consensus in the Miami-Dade Aviation Department that the airport’s Central Terminal needs re-development to bring it into parity with the new North and South terminals, given that parts…

4 towers on river seek double density

4 towers on river seek double density

A vast mixed-use development planned on the Miami River in the shadow of I-95 won a recommendation Monday from the Miami River Commission as the developer seeks double the density…

Marlins still claiming ballpark costs

Marlins still claiming ballpark costs

The Miami Marlins are still submitting to the county their expenses for building the baseball team’s home in Little Havana – after three full seasons in the stadium. So far,…

‘Who can we sue’ over Brickell Bridge?

‘Who can we sue’ over Brickell Bridge?

During last Friday’s rainy morning commute, drivers seethed in their cars as traffic ground to a halt. One of the causes, said Marc Sarnoff, Miami commissioner and chair of Miami’s…

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