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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 slightly edged back upward. Miami’s major Latin…

In one day, 1,750 more housing units

In one day, 1,750 more housing units

If you think Miami’s building boom is slowing, try telling that to the city’s Urban Development Review Board. In one afternoon last week the board reviewed about a half-dozen planned…

Businesses may define Marine Stadium use

Businesses may define Marine Stadium use

City leaders are moving to define Miami Marine Stadium’s future. After accepting an $80,000 grant to investigate the concrete stadium’s underwater supports July 9, commissioners debated the purpose and use…

Theme park has fallback plan

Theme park has fallback plan

Miami Wilds LLC remains enthusiastic about its proposed theme park to be built in the ZooMiami area and is evaluating the feasibility of a phased approach to expedite plans for…

Art Basel safe in convention center remake

Art Basel safe in convention center remake

The $500 million renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center is to begin in December, but there’s no need for Art Basel fanatics to fret – the art show isn’t…

Next big step for vast Miami Worldcenter

Next big step for vast Miami Worldcenter

A major step in the evolution of mega development Miami Worldcenter is expected July 14 when county commissioners decide whether to create a Community Development District for the project. The…

Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

The city and county are working together to get water and sewer lines to mega resort and marina Island Gardens, under construction on city-owned Watson Island. Last week, without fanfare…

Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency has hired a $430,000-a-year consultant to monitor minority job creation at Miami Worldcenter. The developer will pay the bill, said Clarence Woods III,…

Port charts course to expand capacity

Port charts course to expand capacity

PortMiami, well aware of its attractive location, has plans to accommodate more ships – and cruise lines. In 2013, Disney Cruise Line sailed to Miami, bringing 148,000 passengers with it.…

Design flaw stalls Flagler Street revamp

Design flaw stalls Flagler Street revamp

A flaw in design drawings has sidetracked a long-awaited rebirth of Flagler Street from Biscayne Boulevard to the Dade County Courthouse as a pedestrian-friendly promenade. Told of the snafu, Downtown…

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