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Sen. Bill Nelson in Brickell Avenue Bridge battle

To help resolve a long-brewing Brickell Avenue Bridge battle over traffic snarls, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has recruited US Sen. Bill Nelson to insist that bridge lockdown rules be followed and times expanded. Oversight of the Coast…

Florida Marlins In Bicentennial Park Seen Putting Squeeze Play On Port

chicago firm hines interest set to build coral gables tower florida marlins in bicentennial park seen putting squeeze play on port watson island mega-yacht proposal seen smoothing waterfront, city…

Chicago Firm Hines Interest Set To Build Coral Gables Tower

A new office development is being planned for Coral Gables at 2511 Ponce de Leon Blvd., one of several properties considered last spring for Burger King's new headquarters.…

New Smithsonian Exhibit To Visit Art Museum At Fiu

"Contemporary Folk Art: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum," featuring more than 50 works, will be on display Jan. 12 to March 4 at The Art Museum at Florida…

Local Firm Promotes World Cup Tiebreaker For Orange Bowl

A tie in points and goals has drawn teams representing two Central American countries to a playoff in Miami — a site chosen as neutral ground.…

Lt24gtmandarin Orientals Azul Separated From Hotel Lobby

Azul, a five-star restaurant offering international cuisine, has just opened in a customized restaurant building adjacent to the new Mandarin Oriental Miami on Brickell Key.…

New County Money Puts South Dade Cultural Center Back On Track

More than half of $19.8 million set aside for neighborhood projects as part of the $255 million performing arts budget the county commission approved last week will go toward construction…

Commissioner Initiates Study Of Alternative Stadium Site

A group of residents and Miami employees headed by City Commissioner Johnny Winton are directing a financial study to determine feasibility of a new ballpark downtown on 13 acres north…

Four Neighborhood Cultural Groups Benefit From Countys Deal For Performing Arts Complex

The planned South Miami-Dade Cultural Center, Coconut Grove Playhouse, The Lyric Theater and the Caribbean Marketplace soon will be splitting a $19.8 million windfall earmarked for neighborhood facilities as part…

National Championship Can Ring Up Benefits From Tv Exposure

Miami-Dade tourism officials are betting on more than a football game in this year's NCAA championship.…

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