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Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

The Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday approved the allocation of an aggregate $20 million of taxpayer funds to three privately developed projects, including the 1,000-foot Skyrise tower to rise at Bayside Marketplace. The commission’s approval comes as…

Related Group gets a Paraiso OK

Related Group gets a Paraiso OK

The Related Group is busy transforming a barren area of Edgewater from a few small houses and vacant lots into a vibrant community with avant-garde residential towers, rooftop swimming pools…

Honest, says Island Gardens, we’re working

Honest, says Island Gardens, we’re working

The developer of the Island Gardens resort and marina says not only has it commenced work on the long-awaited project but its site on Watson Island will be ready to…

Blitz of callers seek green energy loans

Days after the Miami City Commission expanded eligibility for the Green Corridor Property Accessed Clean Energy (PACE) program to include single-family and duplex homes in city commission Districts 2 and…

Vendors may get parks, libraries footholds

Vendors may get parks, libraries footholds

Miami-Dade Commissioner Esteban “Steve” Bovo wants to look at ways to commercialize county properties – for a price. The commissioner is proposing that the county explore marketing partnerships with the…

Will busway become tollway?

Will busway become tollway?

A county tolls-funded agency and its consultant are studying the financial and traffic feasibility of express lanes proposed for the South Miami-Dade Busway. The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) and Pennsylvania-based…

Is Marlins Park viable soccer stadium site?

Is Marlins Park viable soccer stadium site?

County and city officials are awaiting the David Beckham group’s next move in its quest to place a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami, but already some are nudging the…

Miami-Dade leaders consider Parcel B

Miami-Dade leaders consider Parcel B

Miami-Dade County has moved forward with examining two competing uses for the same piece of land, a nearly 3-acre vacant area behind AmericanAirlines Arena. Known as Parcel B, the land…

Island Gardens says work has begun

Island Gardens says work has begun

In 2001, Miami voters approved the lease of high-profile city-owned land on Watson Island for a planned multi-million dollar resort and marina to be called Island Gardens. Today, 13 years…

Mayor’s big plans for seaport land

Mayor’s big plans for seaport land

With a soccer stadium at PortMiami apparently no longer an option, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez says he’ll come back with a new plan for the seaport’s under-used but highly valuable…

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