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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…

Class A office tower planned in Gables

A Class A 16-story office tower is planned to replace far smaller offices at 1200 Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Coral Gables. The tower, owned by 1200 Ponce LLC, will…

4 major condo towers win OKs

4 major condo towers win OKs

The city’s Urban Development Review Board granted conditional approval to four major projects on May 21, including a residential tower planned behind the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts…

Late port tunnel opening triggers big penalty

Late port tunnel opening triggers big penalty

The opening of the PortMiami tunnels is being delayed until sometime in the first half of June as the contractor gets a certificate of occupancy and completes emergency drills, staff…

Ocean Drive tour buses face a battle

Ocean Drive tour buses face a battle

To deal with the high demand from the sightseeing tour-bus industry to stop on Ocean Drive, Miami Beach might issue a competitive solicitation for the right to stop on the…

Culture to cash in on 97 budget items

Culture to cash in on 97 budget items

Sitting on the desk of Gov. Rick Scott in the state budget that awaits his signature are 97 separate appropriations for Miami-Dade County cultural organizations. Because the governor can remove…

Transit tax path still debated

Transit tax path still debated

Miami-Dade County officials are still coming to grips with the shortfalls of the People’s Transportation Plan more than 11 years after voters approved the initiative. At a meeting last week…

Commercial land prices soaring

Commercial land prices soaring

By Susan Danseyar Industry specialists agree commercial land is selling at a robust pace compared with four or five years ago now that investors have more confidence and are seeing…

Dolphins’ stadium handoff must tackle money issues

Dolphins’ stadium handoff must tackle money issues

Before the Miami Dolphins would turn over ownership of Sun Life Stadium to Miami-Dade County, the two sides will have to settle a number of money issues – and apparently…

Film studio to open in 17 months

Film studio to open in 17 months

As anticipated, directors of Miami’s Omni Community Redevelopment Agency voted unanimously last week to lease the agency’s Miami Entertainment Complex at 50 NW 14th St. to EUE/Screen Gems Studios, which…

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