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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…

Microtel Buys Airportarea Plot For Hotel Venture

A parcel of land at Northwest 36th Street and 58th Avenue recently purchased for $1.85 million by a South American developer is to become the site of a 160-room Microtel…

New Board Asked To Monitor County Beautification Projects

The county on Tuesday plans to give permanent life to a Community Image Advisory Board that will become responsible for identifying and overseeing beautification projects for areas heavily used by…

4 Initiatives Separately Seek To Unknot Regions Snarled Traffic

Faced with some of the nation's most notorious traffic obstacles, at least four initiatives are under way to bring together South Florida's transportation experts and, in Miami-Dade County, target bus…

Homestead Weighs Options To Gain Revenue From Mostly Idle Stadium

While awaiting word on its bid to become the training camp for the US Soccer Federation, the City of Homestead is entertaining other proposals for its baseball stadium that include…

Sail Condo Due To Rise Off Brickell

The Sail, a 27-story luxury condominium at Southeast 14th Street and Brickell Avenue, is planned as the latest addition to a cluster of residential high-rises overlooking Biscayne Bay.…

Fate Of Gables City Hall Project May Be Decided Monday

A debate over the $17 million Coral Gables administration building will continue at a special July 16 meeting designed to resolve the stalled project's future.…

To Hasten Internet Traffic Drivers Face Slowdowns In Miami

The road to Miami's high-tech connectivity is paved with closed streets and more than a few bumps along the way. …

Last Parcel In Place For Miami Beach Cultural Campus Plan

After closing on the last needed parcel of land for $1.5 million, the City of Miami Beach has finalized its plans for a Collins Park cultural arts campus for the…

Miami To Seek Funds Amenities For Hosting World Economic Forum

The nonprofit World Economic Forum is focusing on Miami for a regional meeting and the city's commissioners vowed Tuesday to start lining up funds to pay for security and sponsors…

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