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Currency exchange in Miami gets Brexit boost

Currency exchange in Miami has been prominent due to the city being an ideal place for tourism and investors. That hasn’t changed. Even with the digital era of cards being favored or external factors such as…

Boma To Stage Biggest Award Bash Ever In American Arena

The Building Owners & Managers Association of Greater Miami-Dade, popularly known as BOMA, has booked the American Airlines Arena for the 14th edition of its annual banquet and Office Building…

Parking System To Retain Park Director To Oversee Gusman

The Bayfront Park Management Trust and Gusman Center for the Performing Arts may soon have one thing in common — an executive director.…

Airport Area Projects Adding 700000 Feet Of Class A Space

More than 700,000 square feet of new class A office space is expected to become available in the Airport West area this year with the completion of projects by Hogan…

Stadium Site Near Bicentennial Park Costliest Of Those Favored By Marlins

Of three sites preferred by the Florida Marlins for a stadium in downtown Miami, the one connected to Bicentennial Park is the costliest, according to analyses by city-hired consultants.…

Mutiny Park Tops Off Developers Say Sales Pace Brisk

Mutiny Park, a luxury condominium-hotel project in Coconut Grove expected to open late this year, has topped off at 21 floors amid brisk sales and optimism from developer Ricardo Dunin.…

Binational Chamber Group Sets Showcase For Commerce

The Association of Bi-National Chambers of Commerce in South Florida Inc. is putting the final touches on planning the World Business Week showcase scheduled for March 26-30 in several Miami…

Latest Reports Say Miami Circle Part Of Trade Village

Growing evidence from the Miami Circle site suggests Brickell Point once housed a large aboriginal village with far-flung trading links, according to new reports from several archaeologists.…

Drop In International Passengers Linked To Canada Bahamas

The number of international passengers using Miami International Airport dropped 7.5% in January compared to the same month in 2000, a decrease Miami-Dade aviation officials attribute to fewer visitors from…

Study Of 6 Sites Miamis Vote On Stadium Due

Critical decisions face Miami commissioners in the next week about the use of city land and whether or not any parcel will become home to a stadium for the Florida…

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