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Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Baseball fans are preparing for the 88th All Star Game July 6-11 – it’s Miami’s first turn to host the event, which dates back to 1933 – and the Downtown Development Authority plans to leverage its…

Miami Areas First Internet Street Fair To Be Held On Lincoln Road

With the motto of bringing "technology out of the office and onto the streets," the first Miami Internet Street Fair will be held from noon-6 p.m. Saturday on Lincoln Road…

Gables Team Hints First Option Is Downscale Biltmore Way Project

A panel weighing the fate of a $16 million Coral Gables administration building and parking garage early in the going have voiced strong opinions about downsizing the project, which was…

Miami Heat Delays Building Retail Area In Order To Host Yacht Race

Development of a prime piece of bay land behind the American Airlines Arena appears to be on hold until the end of a yacht race to be based there next…

Tunnel To Port Of Miami Gains Priority Costs Rising

State and local transportation officials seeking to ease downtown traffic snarls by integrating plans for a $600 million tunnel between Watson Island and the Port of Miami into a comprehensive…

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…

Beach Mayor Wants Convention Tax To Build Rail Link To Mainland

Miami Beach Mayor Neisen Kasdin is seeking county convention development tax dollars to help fund a proposed light rail transit link between the Beach and the City of Miami.…

Blue Dolphin Studios Joins Repertorie Of Miami Production And Studio Space

Spanish-language TV host Cristina Saralegui begins taping her popular Univision talk show on Monday at her new Blue Dolphin Studios, a film production facility near the airport that will house…

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