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Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

Champions of the Miami River appreciate that the city has a working river, with vibrant marine-industrial uses up and down both banks. A working river means imports and exports, jobs, tax base and more – including…

South Florida industrial market occupancy rates peak

South Florida industrial market occupancy rates peak

The South Florida industrial market is seeing occupancy rates at their highest level in nine years, while asking rents increased for the 20th consecutive quarter, according to the newest data,…

Venezuela’s consulate in Miami locked tight for years

Venezuela’s consulate in Miami locked tight for years

Venezuela’s consulate in Miami has a large office space in Brickell, an office that has been untouched and empty for four years. The government of Venezuela withdrew consular personnel from…

Parking scofflaws may pay more to fund transit

Parking scofflaws may pay more to fund transit

Parking scofflaws, beware – you may be in the next target of county officials who have stepped up efforts in the ongoing search for funding for transit projects. At the…

Sen. Bill Nelson in Brickell Avenue Bridge battle

Sen. Bill Nelson in Brickell Avenue Bridge battle

To help resolve a long-brewing Brickell Avenue Bridge battle over traffic snarls, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has recruited US Sen. Bill Nelson to insist that bridge lockdown rules be followed…

Lost film and entertainment incentives costing jobs

Lost film and entertainment incentives costing jobs

After four consecutive years during which the Florida Legislature failed to add new funding to film and entertainment incentives, some behind-the-cameras workers have relocated to states that offer robust programs,…

Florida and Mexico ties focus of 92-member trade team

Florida and Mexico ties focus of 92-member trade team

Despite Bill Johnson’s nearing departure as Enterprise Florida president and CEO, he’ll lead a 92-member export development mission to Mexico City from May 23-26, bringing 35 Florida businesses to match…

Three China passenger airlines seek Miami flights

Three China passenger airlines seek Miami flights

Three leading China passenger airlines expressed interest in nonstop Miami flights during a county-led development trip to mainland China and Taiwan in April, one of many outcomes participants said should…

Hotel room rates for the Miami area nation’s highest

Hotel room rates for the Miami area nation’s highest

Hotel room rates for the Miami area in the first quarter were the highest in the nation, allaying fears that the industry might face room-rate pressures due to an explosion…

All Aboard Florida notified of soil arsenic contamination

All Aboard Florida notified of soil arsenic contamination

After finding contaminated soil where MiamiCentral is under development, the county’s Department of Environmental Resources Management has notified All Aboard Florida that it must report remedial action it takes but…

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