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Brickell combo school-fire station explored

Miami officials and the Miami-Dade County Public Schools are exploring options for a new school for Brickell, perhaps combined with a new city fire station. Talks are in the early stage. City and school officials met Friday…

Office rents head toward old peak

Office rents head toward old peak

Office space leasing rates in downtown Miami and Brickell are rising up to reach the peak they were at before the realty market slide. While new inventory is being added,…

FedEx may contend for county land deal

Miami-Dade wants to develop 125 acres of county-owned land as either an upscale industrial park or a school campus. Already, FedEx has expressed interest in the South Miami-Dade property adjacent…

2,500 more hotel rooms due in 2015

2,500 more hotel rooms due in 2015

Some 2,500 new hotel rooms are expected to come online in Miami in 2015, according to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. While new hotels are expected to be…

County weighs impact of medical marijuana farming

As Florida prepares to enter the world of legalized marijuana, Miami-Dade County wants to know where it’s going to stand. Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislature already have approved a…

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.…

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