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Coral Gables clears way for developments in its ‘long neglected’ North Gables

“Long neglected” north Coral Gables could be seeing new development in coming years. At their July meeting, city commissioners unanimously passed three ordinances on first hearing to amend the city’s land use map to allow for…

Legislature funds keep Miami-Dade County Clerk’s offices open

Legislature funds keep Miami-Dade County Clerk’s offices open

The Florida Legislature has granted the Miami-Dade County clerk’s office $1.5 million to stay afloat this fiscal year, after cutting funding last year. “During a very difficult session, mostly due…

Developer’s payment to city gains more density in Wynwood

Developer’s payment to city gains more density in Wynwood

A developer is soon to write a $500,000 check to the City of Miami in a deal that will allow added density to a block-sized project in the heart of…

Reversible lanes may be quick, cheap fix as Smart plan stalls

Reversible lanes may be quick, cheap fix as Smart plan stalls

While awaiting lengthy environmental studies to OK Miami-Dade’s rapid transit SMART plan, the county Transportation Planning Organization is looking at reversible lanes as a quick, cheap way to alleviate peak…

Fare-free municipal and county circulators a transit patch

Fare-free municipal and county circulators a transit patch

While Miami-Dade County’s six-corridor rapid transit SMART plan is caught up in studies awaiting extra federal and state funds, members of the Transportation Planning Organization’s [TPO] Executive Policy Committee are…

Economics shelves FPL nuclear units at Turkey Point

Economics shelves FPL nuclear units at Turkey Point

Nuclear units Florida Power & Light was to build at Turkey Point have been delayed indefinitely as it’s too expensive to compete with natural gas, FPL says. In 2010, the…

20 largest office buildings paid $51 million in taxes

20 largest office buildings paid $51 million in taxes

Property owners might gain new appreciation for large office buildings nearby as a result of new research that indicates office towers offset real estate tax obligations for surrounding properties while…

Personal Rapid Transit moves into study for Baylink route

Personal Rapid Transit moves into study for Baylink route

Amid commissioners’ complaints that the SMART plan for the county’s transit expansion has a moving deadline and no momentum, Miami-Dade may soon find relief in one of the six planned…

Three more years of construction to revamp Bayside Marketplace

Three more years of construction to revamp Bayside Marketplace

No makeover happens overnight, as Bayside Marketplace proves. The downtown open-air market spanning almost 17 acres, which hosts over 180 businesses, plans to continue construction for the next three years.…

Powerboat racing returns to Miami Marine Stadium basin

Powerboat racing returns to Miami Marine Stadium basin

Some supporters of restoring and reopening Miami Marina Stadium speak of the glory days when the waterfront stadium hosted speed boat races in the Virginia Key basin, and some have…

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