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Fuel may finally flow at Port Miami

To build on its international recognition as a major cruise and cargo port, PortMiami might change the way it fuels large ships. PortMiami doesn’t have on-port fueling. Rather, a tugboat and barges deliver fuel to the port…

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…

County Deals For Sony Open Site Revamp

Negotiations are progressing between the county and promoters on a plan to make millions in upgrades to the tennis center on Key Biscayne that hosts the annual Sony Open.…

Third Strike Coming For Ballpark Retail

Three strikes is the number to remember when it comes to Marlins Park parking.…

Affordable Housing Targets Brickell

Affordable Housing Targets Brickell

Affordable housing developer the Richman Group of Florida wants to build three multi-level apartment buildings in Miami — but first, the property owners are requesting that the city designate…

Deal To Reopen Playhouse Advances

Deal To Reopen Playhouse Advances

Those seeking to reopen the long-shuttered Coconut Grove Playhouse have made progress, but they must clear many more hurdles in a race that began as soon as the historic…

County Snickers At Snickers – M&Ms Too

County Snickers At Snickers – M&Ms Too

Healthy snacks battled Snickers bars, Raisinets and Peanut M&Ms for space in county vending machines last week, with a commission committee deciding that 20% of slots should be required…

‘Every neighborhood selling better’

As condo prices continue to rise all over Miami, inventory has tumbled to an all-time low, making it difficult to say which areas are the hottest. Inventory is especially tight…

Off-market foreclosed homes choke supply

Banks and other mortgage servicers are holding many homes in foreclosure without putting them up for sale, according to local market watchers. In fact, Florida leads the nation by far…

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