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State may pay to narrow boulevard

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has requested $1 million from the Florida Department of Transportation to kick-start Biscayne Green, its ambitious project to narrow a stretch of Biscayne Boulevard from Northeast Eighth Street south to Biscayne Boulevard…

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

County officials are studying sites where US Coast Guard operations could move to make way for a theme park in South Miami-Dade. “We have a lot of work to do…

City pushes new Baywalk link

City pushes new Baywalk link

Miami’s growing improved baywalk could be extended to hug the FEC deep water slip and connect Museum Park to land beside AmericanAirlines Arena under a waterways project the city has…

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Developers of the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old Spanish Village site asked the Coral Gables Commission not to be afraid of sharing city founder George Merrick’s vision of…

Development authority’s ‘Santa list’

Development authority’s ‘Santa list’

Spurred by a report that the City of Miami is in the process of initiating a general obligation bond issue, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority drew up a wish…

Zoning seeks workforce housing near Arsht Center

Zoning seeks workforce housing near Arsht Center

A new zoning classification is available to developers who want a bit more floor space, in exchange for participation in the City of Miami’s public benefits program, a part of…

Rents behind AmericanAirlines Arena may rise

Rents behind AmericanAirlines Arena may rise

Miami-Dade County officials have tentatively approved higher fees for the use of about 4 acres of waterfront land behind AmericanAirlines Arena. Known as Parcel B, the area is owned by…

Florida legislature targets telemedicine

Florida legislature targets telemedicine

This Florida legislative session, physicians and hospitals in the state are keeping a close eye on two telemedicine bills. In telemedicine, sometimes referred to as telehealth, a physician provides health…

826-836 interchange delayed

826-836 interchange delayed

Completion of Miami-Dade County’s most impactful road project – the interchange of state roads 826 and 836 – has been delayed until January 2016 because of inclement weather, but significant…

Miami Worldcenter’s deal tightened

Miami Worldcenter’s deal tightened

Miami commissioners gave preliminary approval last week to a revised development agreement for Miami Worldcenter, described by city staff as stricter than the agreement approved last year. The “amended and…

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