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South Florida among fastest in US in job gains

South Florida among fastest in US in job gains

South Florida tied for the second-fastest rate of job growth among the nation’s 12 largest metropolitan areas in October, with 62,000 added jobs increasing the area’s total by 2.4%, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics…

Endeavor Global picks a new crop of favored entrepreneurs

Endeavor Global picks a new crop of favored entrepreneurs

Endeavor Global, which hosted its 76th International Selection Panel in Miami this week to select its next class of Endeavor Entrepreneurs, anticipates contributing to the local economy by helping the selected entrepreneurs and their companies…

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State-to-city-to-Genting deal for Miami bayfront property

State-to-city-to-Genting deal for Miami bayfront property

The developer that owns a choice piece of bayfront property in Miami that was formerly the home of the Miami Herald is in negotiations with…

20-episode MTV Networks Latin America series first in line for incentives

20-episode MTV Networks Latin America series first in line for incentives

A 20-episode MTV Networks Latin America television series continuation heads the line to become the first recipient in Miami-Dade County’s new film incentive program, approved…

Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved an agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority to proceed with the Biscayne Green…

Commission probes case of the disappearing public park

Commission probes case of the disappearing public park

Some members of the Miami River Commission were disappointed recently to learn that a proposed major mixed-use residential project would not be providing a public…

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Opinion

Those new towers are great, but where’s the new mobility?

Those new towers are great, but where’s the new mobility?

Why does government keep approving far taller towers in Miami-Dade when we’re driving on the same old traffic-choked roads with inadequate mass transit?Most of us have asked that question in frustration as congestion gets worse, population expands and we’re cramming more and more buildings and people into the same geographic confines.Now the public’s question is joined by that of a government board, Miami’s Urban Development Review Board, which is tasked with recommending how the city ought to handle at least…

Profile

Dan Gelber: New Mayor seeks to brand Miami Beach a cultural hub

Dan Gelber: New Mayor seeks to brand Miami Beach a cultural hub

Dan Gelber was born in Miami Beach – the only home he’s known and to him the most interesting city in the world. As its new mayor, he wants to keep it that way but ensure the virtues always prevail over challenges that come with being so interesting. Some of the challenges facing Miami Beach include safety, sea level rise and its street-level raising project, which Mr. Gelber said is disruptive and costly. He wants to make sure the city does…

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Real Estate

Commission probes case of the disappearing public park

Commission probes case of the disappearing public park

Some members of the Miami River Commission were disappointed recently to learn that a proposed major mixed-use residential project would not be providing a public park after all. Mast Capital plans nearly 700 residential units…

Government

State-to-city-to-Genting deal for Miami bayfront property

State-to-city-to-Genting deal for Miami bayfront property

The developer that owns a choice piece of bayfront property in Miami that was formerly the home of the Miami Herald is in negotiations with city officials for submerged land in order to build a…

Business & Finance

Tried-and-true adages keynote tax reform financial advice

Tried-and-true adages keynote tax reform financial advice

With much about tax reform remaining up in the air, wealth advisors are urging their clients to proceed cautiously and keep some tried-and-true adages in mind. “We still have a long road ahead to arrive…

Communities

Coconut Grove’s long-awaited garage set to begin

Coconut Grove’s long-awaited garage set to begin

Construction on the long-awaited Grove Bay Parking Garage in Coconut Grove is expected to begin next month, and if current plans fall into place the municipal parking garage and its liner of retail shops will…

Arts & Culture

20-episode MTV Networks Latin America series first in line for incentives

20-episode MTV Networks Latin America series first in line for incentives

A 20-episode MTV Networks Latin America television series continuation heads the line to become the first recipient in Miami-Dade County’s new film incentive program, approved in July. “I Am Frankie Season 2” is to come…

Education

University of Miami team’s free game in name of science

University of Miami team’s free game in name of science

Two University of Miami professors have created a new mobile game in the name of science. Titled “Blues and Reds,” the puzzle game measures the players’ problem-solving abilities and has two overall objectives: to provide…

Healthcare

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health Systems is moving ahead with its major expansion plans and has earned preliminary approval from city commissioners. Phase I is set to begin next year and include construction of a cutting-edge memory…

Transportation

Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved an agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority to proceed with the Biscayne Green Project – the plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard into something…

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