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Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

The strength of downtown’s retail market and its spiraling leasing rates have pushed merchants and restaurateurs farther north, observers say.Though she agrees that Edgewater and areas north benefit from the popularity of the central business district,…

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…

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.…

Six Schools Sign Internet Coast Pact To Spur Regional Role As Ehub

Six South Florida universities have signed an agreement to form a research consortium as part of InternetCoast's effort to promote the tri-country region as an information technology hub.…

County Permitting By Affidavit Under Fire From Architectural Institute

Despite a series of changes to a plan for privatize the construction-permitting process in Miami-Dade County, the American Institute of Architects remains unsatisfied with the proposal. …

Brazils Top Airline Moving Headquarters To Blue Lagoon

Brazil's No. 1 domestic airline and the country's No. 2 carrier for international routes plans to plot its future from a new US base in September.…

Developer Breaks Agreement To Buy Miamis Historic Brickell Park

Promised buyers of downtown Miami's Brickell Park have walked away from an agreement to purchase the 2.4-acre site where they planned to build a high-rise.…

Microsoft In Town For Corporate Business Hockey Game Fundraiser

With more than 11,500 delegates from across the globe using 45 hotels, Microsoft Corp. is descending on Miami Beach for its largest-ever corporate meeting.…

City Weighing River District Taxes For Dredging Walkways Stadium

Miami officials are considering freezing property tax revenues at current levels in neighborhoods along the Miami River, using future tax growth to help dredge the river, create trails and walkways…

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