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Design District land prices soar

Land prices for commercial land are definitely rising in the Design District and will continue upward bound along with real estate values, say those familiar with the booming neighborhood. Tony Cho, president and CEO of Metro 1,…

Redevelopment agency gives museum $1 million

Redevelopment agency gives museum $1 million

With the intention that children within the district will have better access to art and culture, Miami’s Omni Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) has granted $1 million to the Perez Art…

Graduation rates miss superintendent’s vow

Graduation rates miss superintendent’s vow

Despite Superintendent Alberto Carvalho’s pledge two years ago to have a 90% high school graduation rate by 2014, Miami-Dade public schools are at 77.2% in the latest released rates, above…

Miami dinosaur park plan goes extinct

Miami dinosaur park plan goes extinct

Plans for an entertainment complex at Zoo Miami have evolved – it won’t include life-sized dinosaur reconstructions. Miami-Dade officials and two companies that had applied to develop an entertainment area…

Miami tops US in foreclosures

Miami tops US in foreclosures

Despite a year-to-year decrease in foreclosure filings, Miami still has the nation’s highest metro foreclosure rate: 1.65% of all housing units (one in 61) with a foreclosure filing during the…

Marlins tickets climb out of cellar

Marlins tickets climb out of cellar

Miami Marlins ticket prices are up this season as the team has climbed out of the cellar in the standings, but other indicators of fan interest – after surging in…

Brickell City Centre tower nearly half sold

Brickell City Centre tower nearly half sold

The $1 billion-plus Brickell City Centre may be the most anticipated real estate project in Miami. And for those wondering, yes, the condominiums have gone on sale and, no, you…

Vote could replace county courthouse

Vote could replace county courthouse

Miami-Dade voters might be asked to cast ballots this fall on whether the county should issue general obligation bonds to fund a new courthouse. With a 10-0 vote, commissioners Tuesday…

Leaks fixed, port tunnel opening due

Leaks fixed, port tunnel opening due

Working through embarrassing delays, builders of the PortMiami Tunnel now say the $1 billion engineering behemoth beneath Biscayne Bay could open in three weeks. That would be the first week…

Odebrecht pressures county on Airport City

Odebrecht pressures county on Airport City

The US subsidiary of Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht is asking Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez to push a proposed Airport City at Miami International Airport ahead, saying airport administrators have stymied…

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