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Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

A trio of developers is coming together to create one of the first luxury rental apartment buildings in Midtown Miami. Midtown 29 is a proposed mixed-use development planned for a site at about 190 NE 29th St.…

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…

Most new condo units to become rentals

Most new condo units to become rentals

Activity at the first of the new downtown-Brickell condo towers to be completed leads many to anticipate that a majority of units in condos under construction or announced will, like…

Affordable talent builds Miami’s Silicon Beach OK

Affordable talent builds Miami’s Silicon Beach OK

Miami as Silicon Beach? For startups and established international tech companies, Greater Miami’s growing tech industry can offer comparable quality talent at a discount of 2 to 2.5 times. For…

Miami parks contamination cleanup funded

Miami parks contamination cleanup funded

In their last action before adjourning at 12:35 a.m. Tuesday, Miami city commissioners approved a $10.1 million funding plan for the environmental remediation of a half-dozen contaminated parks. The move…

Schools seek sites to meet downtown pupil flood

Schools seek sites to meet downtown pupil flood

As downtown’s population grows, the leadership of Miami-Dade County Public Schools is considering several options to respond to the new demand, school board member Rachel Regalado told Miami’s Downtown Development…

‘Who can we sue’ over Brickell Bridge?

‘Who can we sue’ over Brickell Bridge?

During last Friday’s rainy morning commute, drivers seethed in their cars as traffic ground to a halt. One of the causes, said Marc Sarnoff, Miami commissioner and chair of Miami’s…

21 infused with new UM stem cell

21 infused with new UM stem cell

A partnership between University of Miami researchers and a Georgia-based biomedical company this month made a new type of stem cell commercially available for bone regeneration and healing. The marrow-isolated…

Individual health insurance rates to rise 13.2%

Florida residents will be paying an average increase of 13.2% for individual health care insurance in 2015, according to preliminary numbers from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. No data…

Higher interest likely, impact unsure

Higher interest likely, impact unsure

An increase in interest rates would have varying impacts in Miami-Dade County, experts say. A local mortgage-lending firm said that, overall, a hike in interest rates would be negative for…

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