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First new Metrorail cars pass all scheduled tests

The first two Metrorail cars that will replace Miami-Dade’s fleet have passed all scheduled tests and will be put on the mainline for final examination this May, says transit chief Alice Bravo. “They’re in excellent condition and…

Downtown Charter School Faces New Hurdle Of Plans For Nearby Parcel

All that stands in the way of opening a charter school in downtown Miami is approval by the county's school district, which could come as early as this month or…

Mimo Tackles The Challenge Of Historic Designation Selections

With buildings from the post-war boom of the late 1940s and early '50s becoming eligible for historic designation, local planners and architectural historians say they're facing the difficult task of…

Miamidade Commissioners Ask Governor To Veto Airport Authority Votemiamidade Commissioners Ask Governor To Veto Airport Authority Vote

County commissioners fired their first salvo Tuesday against two bills - just approved by the legislature and affecting local government - and called for the governor to veto a vote…

A trend of transforming obsolete offices into residential housing in downtown Miami is adding affordable rental units to a market that previously offered few choices.…

Finding Sponsors Is Next Step For Flamingos In Paradise Project

More than 400 designs have been approved for "Flamingos in Paradise," a project of Miami-Dade Art in Public Places.…

Fortune To Build Once Hotly Contested Multiplan Tower On Southern Half

Plans for a high profile, 2.5-acre parcel of bayfront land on Brickell Bay Drive have changed through the years but developers with Fortune International may soon have the last word.…

Port Employs Discount Package Deals To Lure More Cargo

With an eye on capturing more international trade and staying competitive with other East Coast shipping terminal services, the Port of Miami is expanding its use of business cost incentives.…

Brickell Park Sale Well Under Way Despite Outcry

The sale of Brickell Park is under way despite arguments from civic leaders that the deal will strip the community of a waterfront parcel with archaeological value.…

Consortium From Cantabria In Spain Plans To Tap Us Market From New Miami Base

Sharing logistic and marketing expenses in Miami could enable a group of companies to enter the American market in a cooperative effort with the government of Cantabria, Spain, and with…

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