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Miami Dade College in building mode

To expand the breadth and depth of its course offerings and create space for greater enrollment, Miami Dade College is building new academic facilities and parking garages on some of its campuses. In spring, construction wrapped up…

Downtown Hotel Business Solid Authority Members Told

Driven by a healthy economy and a unified marketing campaign, occupancy at downtown hotels is at a 10-year high, officials told Miami's Downtown Development Authority.…

Beach Entrepreneur To Go With Restaurant On Biscayne

A Miami Beach restaurateur has plans for a new restaurant and deli at Biscayne Boulevard and 50th Street.…

Pitch To Stores To Go On Says Downtown Authority Team

Downtown Development Authority board members say the agency will continue to showcase the properties and pluses of Miami's central business district across the nation in order to attract more enterprise.…

Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction. These filming permits were issued last…

Transit Planners Cite Need For New Strategy Funding

Local officials agreed recently that Miami-Dade County is in need of a more focused transit plan and additional funds to ease traffic congestion.…

Sports Network Efirm Sign For Base In Miami Beach

Panamerican Sports Network, a 24-hour cable network targeting Latin American and US Hispanic markets, and TechSpace, providers of services for Internet startups, have signed leases for a total of more…

Jakes Is Back To The Fall Of Dixie In Prologue Talk

Historian and novelist John Jakes, whose popular trilogy North and South topped bestseller lists around the country a decade ago, has returned to a Civil War setting in his latest…

Childrens Museum Would Be First Of Five Attractions On Watson Island

The new Miami Children's Museum and the relocation of Parrot Jungle could be the start of at least five tourism-related destinations on 86-acre Watson Island.…

Three Firms Get Tax Breaks To Generate Up To 400 Jobs In Miami

Three companies will get job-creation tax breaks from Miami-Dade County worth nearly $300,000 over five to seven years beginning in 2002.…

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