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10-mile linear park gets new look

GreenLink, a plan to create a 10-mile linear park along the southern Metrorail route, is gaining attention and support and moving ahead with the help of the University of Miami. This fall, UM students will be launching…

Grove towers to add almost 400 condos

Grove towers to add almost 400 condos

More than any other development firm, Terra Group is having a major impact on the face of Coconut Grove’s famous waterfront. And that’s fitting because after all, Terra Group’s home…

Fuel may finally flow at Port Miami

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…

Genting gets bay easement removed

Genting gets bay easement removed

Imagine opening up an entire city block of waterfront on Biscayne Bay – in the heart of downtown Miami – to the public. That’s exactly what developers say would happen…

County plan: send every employee to Jackson

County plan: send every employee to Jackson

A committee that probed how Miami-Dade could save money on health costs for its employees has suggested that publicly funded Jackson Health System become the sole non-emergency healthcare provider to…

Miami International on-time flights soar

Miami International on-time flights soar

Miami International Airport ranks sixth in on-time flight performance among the nation’s 25 busiest airports, according to data in the US Department of Transportation’s latest monthly Air Travel Consumer Report.…

‘Ballers’ to begin shooting as series

“Ballers,” one of the television pilots that was filmed here late last year, will begin shooting in November, film sources said. The HBO show features Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, actor…

MLB academy site hunt in extra innings

Five years after the deal to publicly finance construction of Marlins Park in Little Havana and with the Marlins now in their third season at their new stadium, Major League…

Warning: expand stadium or Sony Open exits

Warning: expand stadium or Sony Open exits

Frustrated by a committee picking apart his company’s stadium expansion plan, the Sony Open’s director says the pro tennis tournament will be forced to leave Miami if the plan doesn’t…

Eating on the go: Train depot plans luxury grocer

Not only is All Aboard Florida planning residences, a hotel and offices at its downtown Miami station, but the company is also in talks with national grocery-store chains interested in…

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