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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…

6 win Gold Medal Awards, Hertz honored

6 win Gold Medal Awards, Hertz honored

Three accomplished individuals and three prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today’s Gold Medal Awards dinner Thursday evening. Long-time executive and…

MIA adding gates for A380s

MIA adding gates for A380s

Miami International Airport is preparing gates to handle the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the A380, which depending on configuration can handle up to 544 passengers. County commissioners were being asked…

Ritz-Carlton Residences the new heartbeat

Ritz-Carlton Residences the new heartbeat

Construction is moving forward on the Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach at 4701 N. Meridian Ave., at the site of the former Miami Heart Institute. The seven-acre waterfront project comprises 111…

Young downtowners settle for less space

Young downtowners settle for less space

Not surprisingly, people are moving into residences they can afford and then adjusting to the size of their home, although residential brokers are noticing first choices often depend on the…

UberX OK X’d out

The Miami-Dade County Commission deferred voting Tuesday on an ordinance that would have legalized peer-to-peer transportation services that are based on smartphone apps. The ordinance would have legalized these services…

How does strong dollar impact housing sales?

How does strong dollar impact housing sales?

The jury is still out on whether South Florida’s residential market will be affected by the US dollar strengthening against most currencies. There’s a lag between completed sales and the…

11 new downtown hotels will nearly double rooms

11 new downtown hotels will nearly double rooms

If all are built as planned, 11 new hotels going up in Miami’s central business district over the next three years will nearly double the number of hotel rooms –…

Strong dollar lures US visitors to Miami

Strong dollar lures US visitors to Miami

Strengthening of the dollar is bringing more domestic travelers to Miami, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau confirms, though it notes that the number of international visitors remains high.…

Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

Health firm leasing in ballpark garage

After a long stretch with no hits, the Miami Parking Authority has connected with a health care company that will bring medical services to the parking garages hugging Marlins ballpark…

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