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Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

The city and county are working together to get water and sewer lines to mega resort and marina Island Gardens, under construction on city-owned Watson Island. Last week, without fanfare or a word of discussion, Miami commissioners…

Business Teams Report Overtown Incubator Nearer Reality

The Black Business Association is teaming up with the Business Assistance Corp. to put a business incubator in an Overtown office and warehouse complex, association Executive Director John E. Dixon…

Offices Planned After Sale Of First Avenue Building

South Beach developer Scott Robins has made a $2.5 million foray into downtown Miami, purchasing the city's original US post office building at 100 NE First Ave.…

Boston Investors Buy Crown Hotel Major Rehab Planned

A group of Boston-based investors paid $22.5 million for the Crown Hotel in Miami Beach with plans to pour another $20 million into renovations.…

Art Deco Beach Hotels To Undergo Rehab Marriage

An economic development survey to determine the size and shape of the e-commerce industry in Miami-Dade County is under way online through mid-December.…

State Grant To Expand Electrowave Service This Month

General Wig Manufacturers, a licensee of Revlon, has leased 45,000 square feet at Lakes Corporate Park, a 35-acre industrial park under development by The Easton Group in Miami Lakes.…

Amanresorts To Do Luxury Complex On Old Dempsey Site

Officials at the Port of Miami expect to sign a sister port agreement by April with Spain's Port of Seville.…

Watson Marina Moves Forward Youth Museum Conditions Set

Miami-Dade County commissioners will be asked Tuesday to recommend state tax incentives for two companies that plan to create a total of 133 jobs here.…

Tourism Numbers Reviewed For Industry Professionals

Miami Beach's economy is booming and should stay strong thanks to ongoing growth in retail and restaurant sales, tourism and the office space market, said new City Manager Jorge Gonzalez…

The Outlook For Miamis Future Links With Cuba

President Clinton late last month signed into law a bill to allow food and medicine sales from this country to Cuba.…

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