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Island Gardens eyed for Watson Island multimodal transit hub

Instead of a mega resort for the rich called Island Gardens, Ken Russell sees Watson Island as home to a multimodal transit hub with plenty of wide open green space offering “the most amazing views of…

Clubs Transforming Overtown Park West River Areas

Transforming abandoned, paint-faded warehouses into clubs and bars in Overtown, Park West and along the banks of the Miami River, said community leaders, has started to reshape the character of…

Officials Say Alls Fine As Arts Center Deadline Nears

With only four months remaining for a performing arts center consortium of builders to meet or beat $255 million construction budget set by the county, Project Director Gail Thompson said…

Africando 2001 To Promote Trade With Africa Caribbean

When manufacturers, policymakers, trade promoters and others from nations in Africa and the Caribbean gather in Miami next month, local entrepreneurs will have a chance to learn of future business…

Wider Road To The Keys More Narrow Than Proponents Wish

The Florida Department of Transportation is preparing a recommendation for the governor to accept a widening of US 1 between Florida City and Key Largo.…

Transportation Study Under Way To Find Trouble Spots

Downtown Miami is on the way to adopting a transportation master plan that will pinpoint areas prone to traffic jams and help local planners identify solutions, experts said.…

Administrative Red Tape Cut For Metrozoo Aviary Rehab

With $4.2 million in federal and state funds hanging in the balance the County Commission Tuesday approved a waiver of administrative procedures to fast-track the redevelopment of the Miami Metrozoo…

City May Sell Orange Bowl Naming Rights

The Orange Bowl advisory board wants to hire a company to sell naming rights to the historic, City of Miami-owned venue.…

Local Vote Tax Dispute Could Stall Miami Stadium Deal

At least one Miami-Dade legislator says local squabbles about the use of convention development tax money is one example of loose ends the county needs to tie up before looking…

The Miami River Commission, a group that serves as the voice for various business and environmental interests associated with the Miami River, released its first economic report in a decade.…

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