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Public-private matchmaking forum

Miami-Dade County and the Miami Finance Forum are among the sponsors of “The P3 Pipeline: a Forum for the Private Sector,” a matchmaking event of sorts, set for Sept. 24-25 at Florida International University’s north campus. “Over…

Mega-marina begins artificial reef

Mega-marina begins artificial reef

Flagstone Property Group’s work to build the area’s first deep water marina for super-yachts includes creation of an artificial reef. Flagstone is developing a corner of city-owned Watson Island into…

China weakness hurts South America’s growth

China weakness hurts South America’s growth

Miami’s international trade may weaken in coming months due to plummeting commodity prices, which slid to a 13-year-low this month, according to the Bloomberg Commodity index. As of Tuesday, commodities…

EUE/Screen Gems to open Miami studios

EUE/Screen Gems to open Miami studios

The Florida Film & Television Center, a studio facility that has been in the planning stages since 2011, is set to open next month, said Chris Cooney, chief operating officer…

Hotel workers get their breaks with break in rates

Hotel workers get their breaks with break in rates

A national initiative led by the U.S. Travel Association has cascaded its way through the state down into Miami’s hospitality industry. In Miami, employees within the hospitality industry are being…

River mega-yacht marina slip sales begin

River mega-yacht marina slip sales begin

The plan to build a secure marina for mega-yachts on the Miami River is moving forward at a steady speed, with sales for the unique project kicking off a couple…

633 rental units near Miami River advance

633 rental units near Miami River advance

A large development that would include hundreds of multi-family apartments promises to breathe new life into a neighborhood near the convergence of the Miami River and Seybold Canal. River Central…

150 million web browsers view Florida shoreline

150 million web browsers view Florida shoreline

More than 150 million web browsers have walked on Florida’s beaches via Visit Florida’s website in the past year. The state’s official marketing engine partnered with Google and used its…

Push to handle air traffic boom

Push to handle air traffic boom

With numbers of passengers and flights entering and leaving Miami International Airport continuing to outpace projections, the airport is pushing forward efforts to accommodate the influx. Those efforts include changing…

Beach moving ahead on Bay Link

Beach moving ahead on Bay Link

The City of Miami Beach is on track with its portion of the Beach Corridor Transit Connection Project, known as Bay Link, a rail network that was essentially split into…

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