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Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

Champions of the Miami River appreciate that the city has a working river, with vibrant marine-industrial uses up and down both banks. A working river means imports and exports, jobs, tax base and more – including…

Brickell Village Center Due To Get Underway In Summer

Construction on Mary Brickell Village, a 475,000-square-foot hotel and retail center planned for South Miami Avenue between Ninth and 10th streets, is expected to begin by late summer, developers said.…

Grove Playhouse Lot Sought By State Rep For Hotel

State Rep. Gustavo Barreiro is asking Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris to free up a state-owned parking lot adjacent to the Coconut Grove Playhouse to allow a hotel to…

Signed Deed Moves Arts Center Project Into Evaluation Period

With a crucial signed deed from Knight Ridder firmly — and finally — in hand, the Performing Arts Center Trust is ready to begin the pre-construction process two months after…

Dolphin Mall Ready To Cater To Spanishspeaking Tourists

The 250-store Dolphin Mall, preparing for a March 1 grand opening, aims to capitalize quickly on its airport proximity by already luring the tourist consumer.…

Two Dotcoms Set To Expand Relocate To Miamidade

Showmania.com and Heptium Group, two Spain-based Internet companies, are establishing offices in Miami to target Latin American, said Joe Martinez, Beacon Council vice president for business expansion, recruitment and retention.…

Sites Rise To Eight As City Adds More To Baseball Team

Miami's city manager said Tuesday that a stadium project coordinator has been named and a traffic consultant and architecture firm soon would be hired to analyze the pros and cons…

Miami River Tower To Include Immigration Courthouse

A new multi-tenant office building is planned in downtown Miami that will include the future home of the immigration courthouse, developers said.…

Cocowalk To Expand Into New Fourstory Wing With Offices

Leisure and retail center CocoWalk in Coconut Grove will expand this year by constructing a 32,000-square-foot, four-story building housing both retail and office space, CocoWalk officials said this week.…

Kendall Town Center Project Could Prompt 12 Million In Roadwork

The Rouse Co.'s Kendall Town Center, a 160-acre mixed-use office, retail and shopping project planned at Kendall Drive and Southwest 157th Avenue, is expected to have Commissioner Joe Martinez's support…

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