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Brightline, Miami huddle on making rail line safer

A steady flow of passenger trains will be returning to downtown Miami soon and city officials are concerned about public safety.The higher-speed private rail service Brightline launched one month ago with trips between Fort Lauderdale and…

SeaVee Boats return for bond source to build plant

SeaVee Boats return for bond source to build plant

It’s the second time around for $9.7 million in Miami-Dade industrial development revenue bonds for SeaVee Boats, which plans to use the money to construction of a new custom boat…

10,000 Baptist Care on Demand downloads key expansion

10,000 Baptist Care on Demand downloads key expansion

Baptist Health is planning to expand Baptist Care On Demand as the virtual platform has had about 10,000 downloads since it first launched in August 2016. The virtual platform offers…

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…

Commissioners put Miami-Dade transit on hot seat

Commissioners put Miami-Dade transit on hot seat

With declining transit revenues and not enough money to subsidize all services, Miami-Dade’s Department of Transportation and Public Works had to cut services to balance its budget earlier this year.…

268 galleries from 32 countries headed for Art Basel

268 galleries from 32 countries headed for Art Basel

As Miami Beach gears up to host the 16th edition of Art Basel, local and international art aficionados can look forward to seeing 268 galleries from 32 countries across North…

Frost Museum of Science passes half-million visitor mark

Frost Museum of Science passes half-million visitor mark

After opening its doors to the public sixth months ago, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science has seen strong attendance, a spokesman said, resulting in an expansion of…

Miami looks to creating trust to help fund The Underline

Miami looks to creating trust to help fund The Underline

In the City of Miami, developers can earn additional floor space and height and other advantages by committing to spend money on public benefits, like constructing a new section of…

Rental apartment building proposed on shore of Miami River

Rental apartment building proposed on shore of Miami River

A developer is proposing to construct a rental building with 63 market-rate apartments on the south shore of the Miami River at 1515 NW South River Drive. Antonio P. Pardo…

Meetings and conventions total $842 million a year for Miami

Meetings and conventions total $842 million a year for Miami

The more Miami’s business community grows, the more companies flock here to host meetings and conventions, which bolsters the local economy, according to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau.…

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