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Frost Museum of Science passes half-million visitor mark

After opening its doors to the public sixth months ago, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science has seen strong attendance, a spokesman said, resulting in an expansion of its planetarium shows and exhibitions.“We’ve had…

Unrest in Venezuela alters market strategies for developers in Doral

Unrest in Venezuela alters market strategies for developers in Doral

Political and economic unrest in Venezuela are altering market strategies for developers in Doral. As Century Homebuilders Group moves forward on its two major projects in Doral – Midtown Doral…

Miami-Dade County navigates tough course for more marina space

Miami-Dade County navigates tough course for more marina space

With all six county-owned marinas at full capacity and an estimated planning and construction period of at least four years, it doesn’t look like Miami-Dade boaters will be getting a…

200-room hotel for narrow Miami River slice

200-room hotel for narrow Miami River slice

The plan to build a 200-room hotel on a narrow site on the Miami River is a step closer to reality after it earned a supportive vote from the city’s…

Florida International University offers first bachelor’s in Internet of Things

Florida International University offers first bachelor’s in Internet of Things

Florida International University is offering the country’s first bachelor’s degree program in the Internet of Things (IoT) next spring. The Internet of Things is the global infrastructure that connects all…

PortMiami to issue $200 million in commercial paper

PortMiami to issue $200 million in commercial paper

Miami-Dade County commissioners voted Tuesday to allow PortMiami’s capital improvement program to issue commercial paper notes of up to $200 million on a rolling basis to finance ongoing upgrades to…

New Monty’s lease with city may add 32 years

New Monty’s lease with city may add 32 years

Monty’s Raw Bar & Restaurant, a longtime fixture of the Coconut Grove waterfront, is destined for major redevelopment – and a longer lease from the city. A deal in the…

Riverfront convention hub in deal with Hyatt

Riverfront convention hub in deal with Hyatt

Hyatt wants to control a downtown convention center the City of Miami now manages and at the same time get a longer lease. City officials are onboard and are negotiating…

Homestead again touted as US version of Paris Air Show

Homestead again touted as US version of Paris Air Show

Two Miami-Dade County commissioners are seeking to resurrect dreams of a commercial air show in Homestead similar to this month’s Paris Air Show. Dennis Moss and Daniella Levine Cava are…

PortMiami bonds earn ‘A’ rating with annual guarantees

PortMiami bonds earn ‘A’ rating with annual guarantees

A string of minimum annual guarantee agreements with cruise and cargo operators helped earn PortMiami bonds an A rating with a stable outlook from Fitch Ratings. In rating $570 million…

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