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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 and a parking garage designed as…

Annexation: 210 businesses, no people

Opa-locka’s leaders want to extend the city’s boundaries. They’re hoping to add about 822 acres of industrial and commercial land, known as areas A and B, to increase the city’s…

Red-light camera appeals team revs up

The City of Miami will soon hear dozens of red-light camera ticket appeals, after the Miami City Commissioner in July approved formation of a hearing board. Commissioners voted to resume…

A new volley in tennis center court fight

A new volley in tennis center court fight

A lawsuit to stop expansion and improvements at the tennis center on Key Biscayne that’s home to the annual Sony Open pro tennis tournament could be decided next month in…

Firms vie for zoo entertainment complex

By Meghan Mangrum Miami-Dade County will be scheduling meetings with two companies in the next month after evaluating two proposals to develop a Zoo Miami Entertainment Area that could include…

Fraud charges rock Miami credit ratings

When federal regulators leveled securities fraud charges last month against the City of Miami and its former budget director, it renewed longstanding concerns about the city’s financial controls that could…

Vast Design District project rolls ahead

Miami is moving forward to amend the Design District special area plan by expanding the 19-acre mixed-use site 10% to almost 21 acres. The expansion would add 12 smaller properties…

Beach convention center negotiators ready

Miami Beach’s negotiation team is in place as the city prepares to hammer out the details of several agreements with South Beach ACE to develop a $1.1 billion convention center.…

Voters get final say on Grove waterfront

Miami’s City Commission voted last week to let residents decide what to do with the facilities next to city hall currently occupied by Scotty’s Landing and the Chart House restaurant.…

Threat on vote rattles commissioners

The Miami City Commission voted last week not to extend the lease of 2.2 acres of city-owned property on Virginia Key for Beasley-Reed Acquisition Partnership. The property has housed an…

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