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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 only. Current and future tenants include artisanal…

Uschile Trade Talks Here Praised Next Stop Santiago

Last week's US-Chile Free Trade talks in Miami gave way to a fourth round of negotiations to take place in May in Santiago, officers of the US Trade Representative said…

Chamber Team To Seek Rootserver To Boost Hightech Here

The Internet and e-commerce group at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is looking for the next step in South Florida's quest to become a mecca for high-tech development.…

Last Effort To Stop Another Brickell Highrise Is Today

Residents of a landmark Brickell Avenue condominium plan to appeal today (3/29) to the Miami City Commission in a last-ditch attempt to halt construction of a high-density rental apartment building…

Um Fundraising Slot Open With President Due In June

As the University of Miami anticipates a June 1 arrival of new president Donna Shalala, several key positions, including the school's top fund-raising slot, are open.…

World Economic Forum Bringing Summit To Miami

Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris this week announced that the World Economic Forum organization will hold a regional summit in Miami.…

City Seeking Sales Taxes From Orange Bowl Concessions

The City of Miami is again trying to finance a facelift for the Orange Bowl Stadium by asking the state for a rebate on sales taxes from concession and rental…

Indefinite Securities Extension Keeps Bankers Happy

Much of the banking community breathed a sigh of relief March 16 when the US Securities & Exchange Commission — the federal agency charged with regulating securities activity — granted…

Bayfront Site Off Brickell Sells For 19 Million

A 2.5-acre bayfront site at Brickell Bay Drive and Southeast 14th Street was sold Monday for $19 million, considered to be one of the highest prices for any land in…

Flamingo Art Project Here Inspired By Cows Of Chicago

Miami-Dade Art in Public Places has issued a call to artists to embellish 8-foot fiberglass flamingos destined to descend on the county in flocks during a temporary public installation that…

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