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Real Estate

Four 60-story towers on river advance

Four 60-story towers on river advance

More details have been released on a large project set to bring four new 60-story residential towers to a high-profile site on the southern bank of the…

Government

Related Group gets a Paraiso OK

Related Group gets a Paraiso OK

The Related Group is busy transforming a barren area of Edgewater from a few small houses and vacant lots into a vibrant community with avant-garde residential towers,…

Business & Finance

Park Grove towers to rise in first quarter

Park Grove towers to rise in first quarter

Two notable development firms in Miami have assembled an impressive team of architects and designers to transform an important cornera of Coconut Grove into the destination for…

Communities

Youth expo operators seek ‘fair’ deal

Youth expo operators seek ‘fair’ deal

The head of the Miami-Dade County Fair & Expo says his group wants to get everything that it’s entitled to – and the bill could be well…

Arts & Culture

Art Basel shuns reduced space offer

Art Basel shuns reduced space offer

As Miami Beach moves forward toward its Miami Beach Convention Center renovation for 2016-2018, major conventions and shows have already said they can’t work within the city’s…

Education

FIU casino, hotel training in Macau advances

FIU casino, hotel training in Macau advances

A Florida International University partnership with the City University of Macau is growing: in 2015, students might begin academic or professional programs in the FIU Hospitality &…

Healthcare

Carnival Cruises treats ill staff in house

Carnival Cruises treats ill staff in house

Carnival Cruise Lines’ on-site medical facility for Miami-based employees has seen nearly 300 employees since it opened in June. For Miami-based Carnival employees, non-emergency medical needs can…

Transportation

Leaks fixed, port tunnel opening due

Leaks fixed, port tunnel opening due

Working through embarrassing delays, builders of the PortMiami Tunnel now say the $1 billion engineering behemoth beneath Biscayne Bay could open in three weeks. That would be…

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