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First new Metrorail cars pass all scheduled tests

The first two Metrorail cars that will replace Miami-Dade’s fleet have passed all scheduled tests and will be put on the mainline for final examination this May, says transit chief Alice Bravo. “They’re in excellent condition and…

Miami One Project Heading Back To Drawing Boards

Miami One Centre, master developers and landowners of 9 acres near the mouth of the Miami River, wants the city to throw out the mixed-use project permit it won approval…

World Economic Forum Bringing Summit To Miami

Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris this week announced that the World Economic Forum organization will hold a regional summit in Miami.…

City Seeking Sales Taxes From Orange Bowl Concessions

The City of Miami is again trying to finance a facelift for the Orange Bowl Stadium by asking the state for a rebate on sales taxes from concession and rental…

Indefinite Securities Extension Keeps Bankers Happy

Much of the banking community breathed a sigh of relief March 16 when the US Securities & Exchange Commission — the federal agency charged with regulating securities activity — granted…

Bayfront Site Off Brickell Sells For 19 Million

A 2.5-acre bayfront site at Brickell Bay Drive and Southeast 14th Street was sold Monday for $19 million, considered to be one of the highest prices for any land in…

Flamingo Art Project Here Inspired By Cows Of Chicago

Miami-Dade Art in Public Places has issued a call to artists to embellish 8-foot fiberglass flamingos destined to descend on the county in flocks during a temporary public installation that…

Last Effort To Stop Another Brickell Highrise Is Today

Residents of a landmark Brickell Avenue condominium plan to appeal today (3/29) to the Miami City Commission in a last-ditch attempt to halt construction of a high-density rental apartment building…

Um Fundraising Slot Open With President Due In June

As the University of Miami anticipates a June 1 arrival of new president Donna Shalala, several key positions, including the school's top fund-raising slot, are open.…

Group Recommends Pulling Plug On Structure Of Utilities

With blackouts and power shortages in deregulated California making headlines, the deregulation of Florida's utilities could be addressed during the current state legislative session, according to industry watchers, although nothing…

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