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Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Baseball fans are preparing for the 88th All Star Game July 6-11 – it’s Miami’s first turn to host the event, which dates back to 1933 – and the Downtown Development Authority plans to leverage its…

Last Parcel In Place For Miami Beach Cultural Campus Plan

After closing on the last needed parcel of land for $1.5 million, the City of Miami Beach has finalized its plans for a Collins Park cultural arts campus for the…

Miami To Seek Funds Amenities For Hosting World Economic Forum

The nonprofit World Economic Forum is focusing on Miami for a regional meeting and the city's commissioners vowed Tuesday to start lining up funds to pay for security and sponsors…

Convention Tax To Boost Watson Island Developments

Leaping ahead of other groups eligible for county convention development taxes, the Miami Children's Museum and Regional Visitors & Aviation Center won a total of $8.8 million Tuesday for new…

No Study Of Brickell Park Gravesites Planned But Development Is Unlikely

The discovery in Brickell Park of graves thought by archaeologists to be connected to the Native American community that built the Miami Circle will probably ensure that the park remains…

Fate Of Gables City Hall Project May Be Decided Monday

A debate over the $17 million Coral Gables administration building will continue at a special July 16 meeting designed to resolve the stalled project's future.…

Sail Condo Due To Rise Off Brickell

The Sail, a 27-story luxury condominium at Southeast 14th Street and Brickell Avenue, is planned as the latest addition to a cluster of residential high-rises overlooking Biscayne Bay.…

To Hasten Internet Traffic Drivers Face Slowdowns In Miami

The road to Miami's high-tech connectivity is paved with closed streets and more than a few bumps along the way. …

City Bond Ratings Tied To Accounting Firm Meeting National Standards

Bad timing could further threaten Miami's fiscal reputation as the contract with its accounting firm nears expiration and the city delays upgrading its financial-records system.…

Ecommerce Survey Short Of Expectations As Market Slips

Economic development officials trying to quantify Miami's e-business community through an online survey said they were stymied midstream in part by a downward shift in the industry.…

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