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Miami Heat and Miami Dolphins ask about running marine stadium

The Miami Heat and Miami Dolphins have asked about running a restored Miami Marine Stadium, Mayor Tomás Regalado has told Miami Today, as have global entertainment operators Live Nation, which runs the Fillmore Miami Beach, and…

Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Commuters frustrated with snarled traffic – or fans headed for a baseball game – might take to the skies if an alternative that was investigated by the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning…

Miami Worldcenter ready to start scaled-back retail

Miami Worldcenter ready to start scaled-back retail

Miami Worldcenter developers are ready to begin the scaled-back retail portion of the sweeping mixed-use project promising to bring new life to downtown Miami. This month, Miami Worldcenter Associates filed…

Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

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,…

Pérez Art Museum Miami adds to growing collection, attendance

Pérez Art Museum Miami adds to growing collection, attendance

Officials at the Pérez Art Museum Miami have been working all year, acquiring hundreds of new pieces for the carefully crafted and sometimes endearingly local permanent collection, showcasing art exhibitions…

Miami getting serious about sea level rise

Miami getting serious about sea level rise

Saying it’s time to get serious about sea level rise, Miami city commissioners are moving to reauthorize a committee studying the topic and give it funding. On Sept. 8 the…

Merchandise exports from South Florida

Merchandise exports from South Florida

The US Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration last week announced that merchandise exports from the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach metropolitan area totaled $33.3 billion in 2015. Miami was the…

Miami Cancer Institute is near completion

Miami Cancer Institute is near completion

With rapid construction, the state-of-the-art Miami Cancer Institute is near completion. In mid-October the first round of employees will be moving in, said a spokesperson for Baptist Health South Florida.…

City-county deal will funnel funds to The Underline

City-county deal will funnel funds to The Underline

Miami city officials have crafted an agreement with Miami-Dade County that will provide funding for portions of The Underline, the plan to transform land under the county’s elevated Metrorail system…

Wynwood Arcade nearly filled

Wynwood Arcade nearly filled

Only three spaces remain for lease in East End Capital’s Wynwood Arcade, which houses the first brick-and-mortar store in Florida of Bonobos, a men’s clothing retailer that formerly was online…

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