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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…

Redesign For Brickell On River Kills Hotel In Favor Of Rentals

The redesigning of a proposed residential building on the Miami River could add hundreds of waterfront rental units but omit the hotel rooms originally planned for the project.…

Switzerlands Art Basel Using Miami Beach Show To Broaden Its Latin Appeal

Latin American artists - often edged out of the most prestigious shows in favor of their European and New York competitors - should grab a larger share of the spotlight…

Charter Review Recommendations Could Weaken Mayors Powers

Evaluating the balance of power between executive and legislative branches of Miami-Dade County government was the most critical issue facing a charter review task force as it drafted current recommendations…

New Designs Win Brickell Rental Tower Support After Two Years

After two years of neighborhood opposition and stalled plans, a rental tower planned south of the Brickell area landmark Atlantis building won public and official support based on the developer's…

Terramark Sells Land Signs Up An Nap Costumers

Terremark Worldwide Inc.'s sale of a $17.2 million oceanfront site in Fort Lauderdale is just another sign, company officials said, of its transformation from a real estate company to a…

County Hires Firm To Propose Miamitobeach Transportation Solutions

Miami-Dade County has chosen a New York-based firm whose founder designed that city's subways to study transportation options between downtown Miami and the Beach.…

Port Of Miami Wins Fasttrack Ok For Development Partnership

With the clock ticking on the Port of Miami's need to use or risk losing $9 million in state development funds by Dec. 31, the county has fast-tracked approval of…

Childrens Museum Due To Begin Construction On Watson Island In 5 Months

Fast-track construction of the Miami Children's Museum on Watson Island should start in about five months.…

Survey Puts Miami Near Top Among Women Business Startups

Despite a recent survey showing that 25% of women entering the workforce choose the same jobs their mothers and grandmothers did, statistics list Miami as one of the leading US…

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