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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…

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…

Film interests scramble for incentives

Film Florida’s legislative committee on Monday reviewed this year’s state legislative defeat of new film incentive funding and strategized how to win funds next year, ranging from new leadership for…

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…

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