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Florida becomes intellectuals’ burial ground

Florida is known as a resting place for those in their twilight years. Now a study of cultural migration over two millennia illustrates the point. Researchers from Texas and Miami have created an analytic map…

Displaced Miami Beach Chamber Seeking Temporary Home Court

The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, dislodged from its present address by the space demands of new tenants, is looking for a place to hang its shingle for six to…

Commercial Projects Seen Aiding Homestead Recovery Path

A series of commercial real estate developments are catalysts to get South Dade back on its feet eight years after Hurricane Andrew ransacked the area, developers, financiers and real estate…

City Heat Reach Pact To Return Parking Lot End Deal

Miami commissioners and the Miami Heat have agreed to end a business deal that over the past six months triggered controversy.…

Rising Rates Fail To Cool Building Loans Lenders Say

The market for commercial construction remains strong across South Florida despite rising interest rates, lenders say.…

Secretariat Backers Seek More Funds For Closing Session

With less than a year left before the temporary Secretariat for the Free Trade Area of the Americas departs Miami, community leaders are seeking an additional $500,000 to ensure a…

Latin Mayors Here For 6th Meeting On Local Government

Five hundred mayors and municipal officers from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean attending the Inter-American Conference of Mayors here this week drafted a proposal stressing local governance to send…

Hightech Airport West Industrial Park Due By December

The first phase of a high-tech complex in Airport West built to the specifications of telecommunications and information technology tenants could be ready for occupancy as early as December, developers…

Performing Arts Center Negotiations Suddenly Halted

Negotiations between Turner Construction and the Performing Arts Center Trust's construction committee bogged down Tuesday when the committee canceled a scheduled meeting, demanding that Turner sign a contract immediately or…

Fyi Miami

FYI Miami is a weekly feature of Miami Today, keeping readers ahead of the news. Here are highlights from the most current edition. …

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