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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,…

Two Popular Technology Groups Will Merge

The Tuesday Network group and the Miami Internet Alliance, prominent volunteer Internet and technology organizations, are merging. A formal announcement is expected this month at the organization's first joint meeting.…

County Plans To Raise Tax On Airplane Tickets

Hoping to raise $253 million for nine capital improvement projects at Miami International, the county will seek federal approval to charge passengers an extra $1.50 per ticket.…

State Scouting For Location For Miamis World Economic Forum

State officials will entertain offers from any Miami-Dade County hotel interested in hosting hundreds of world leaders when they meet here.…

City Agency Backs Terremark Position Versus Fpl In Nap Controversy

The Community Redevelopment Agency will throw financial support behind developers of the Network Access Point, a massive Internet-connection site being built in downtown Miami, to help the telecommunications consortium meet…

Medical Bookings Push Convention Activity Into The Future

Nine years into the future, hospitality industry officials say one of the largest medical conventions in the country, likely to draw 15,000 visitors, has reserved the Miami Beach Convention Center.…

New Jersey Hospital Ceo Selected To Run Miamis Mercy

A 24-year veteran of a New Jersey teaching hospital will take over as president of Miami's Mercy Hospital in August when Edward J. Rosasco retires.…

Record Cargo Numbers Prompt Port Of Miami To Add Cranes

Following a surge in the Port of Miami's cargo trade, the county commission will solicit proposals for two multimillion dollar gantry cranes.…

Brickell Project Tied To Moving 1st Miami High School

A residential, rental high-rise will take the place of Miami's first high school on Southwest First Avenue under an agreement approved by the city.…

Luxury Highrise Targets Brickell Site

The long-vacant Mental Health Association building at 30 SE Eighth St. might become home to Brickell's newest luxury high-rise by year's end.…

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