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Funds handoff to Orange Bowl team?

A county push to help the Orange Bowl Committee, a sports non-profit that’s behind the annual Orange Bowl football game at Sun Life Stadium, in hosting semifinal college football games, annual Orange Bowl games and possible…

Turkish consul targets Miami-Istanbul flights

Turkish consul targets Miami-Istanbul flights

Just over a month ago, Miami welcomed a new consul general of the Republic of Turkey in Miami, Özgür Kývanç Altan. The past five weeks have been hectic, but a…

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

The last pieces of the Faena District Miami Beach around Collins Avenue in Mid Beach went before the City of Miami Beach’s commission last week for first reading and moved…

Miami Beach code, preservation collide

Miami Beach code, preservation collide

Sometimes, a name says it all. The Tradewinds Apartment+Hotel, a seven-building complex in Collins Waterfront Historic District, currently offers short term rentals of less than six months and one day,…

Miami Wilds LLC wants $13 million in public funding

Miami Wilds LLC wants $13 million in public funding

Not only does Miami Wilds LLC want to build an amusement park complete with water rides on county-owned land in South Miami-Dade, but the developer also plans for a 400-room…

Bayside revamp to begin in 2015

Bayside revamp to begin in 2015

The renovation and expansion of Bayside Marketplace on Miami’s waterfront will be much more than a new coat of paint and new restrooms. Pam Weller, senior general manager at Bayside,…

Dramatic summer tourism rise

Dramatic summer tourism rise

Summer is often called the “slow season” for Miami tourism, but double-digit gains in tourist-related tax collections paint a different picture: a dramatic turnaround to summer growth in tourists and…

Plated to ship ready-to-cook meals from Miami Lakes

Plated to ship ready-to-cook meals from Miami Lakes

Plated, a company selling ready-to-cook gourmet meals, says it will open a fulfillment center in Miami Lakes early next year. DineInFresh, doing business as Plated, recently signed a five-year, 19,796-square-foot…

Goldman Properties, city near Wynwood deal

Goldman Properties, city near Wynwood deal

It is an important moment in the evolution of Wynwood, as the caterpillar to butterfly transformation continues to turn an ugly warehouse district into an oasis of eye-popping art and…

Major League Baseball strikes out in Hialeah

After nearly six years focusing on a site in Hialeah for a local baseball academy targeted at minority youths, Major League Baseball executive Darrell Miller has turned his efforts toward…

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