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5-point solution targets Brickell Bridge Gridlock

The Coast Guard says it’s willing to test an altered schedule for opening the Brickell Avenue Bridge if others deliver on four key changes to the clogged roadway crossing the Miami River.On May 29, James Wolfe…

Homestead Fiscal Status Gives Council Pause Over Pioneer

The future of a single-family home development in Homestead's historic downtown is on hold while city officials weigh the city's financial standing and consider a mixed-use option for the same…

International Visits Keep Area Tourism Well As Big Apple Sets Pace

International tourists to Miami-Dade County increased in number by 3.1% in 2000, according to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, which also estimates that more than 5.6 million visited…

Miami Circle Site Planners To Weigh Opening Links To Nearby Sites

Short-term plans such as opening the Miami Circle to the public and long-term plans that could link it to Indian burial grounds at Brickell Park are on the drawing board…

Quebec To Tap Latin America From Miami Trade Office

As part of Quebec's Decade of the Americas program, Miami has become home to its newest commercial bureau in charge of increasing trade ties with Latin America and the Caribbean.…

Lionstone Evicts Tenants To Convert Downtown Ramada Dupont Hotel

Owner Lionstone Hotels & Resorts plans to start converting the residential portion of its newly acquired Ramada Dupont Plaza in downtown Miami into a Marriott extended stay style hotel within…

Bill Could Fix Parking Surcharge

State Rep. Carlos Lacasa is offering to sponsor a bill that could repair Miami's parking surcharge law - declared unconstitutional by the Third District Court of Appeal.…

Regionalization Of Higher Ed Moves Forward With Director Targeting Resources

With a newly named executive director and support from educators, the South Florida Consortium of Higher Education spearheaded by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is surging ahead.…

South Florida Home Appreciation Rates Set Pace Among Resales

While home prices increased nationwide during the past year, industry reports put Miami at the head of the pack.…

Fiu Announces Hiring Freeze Other Cutbacks

Expecting to face a $3 million budget shortfall, Florida International University is instituting a hiring freeze and must find more ways to save money.…

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