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Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

A trio of developers is coming together to create one of the first luxury rental apartment buildings in Midtown Miami. Midtown 29 is a proposed mixed-use development planned for a site at about 190 NE 29th St.…

Um Scraps Incubator Opts For Privatesector Ventures

University of Miami administrators have dropped a plan to build a high-tech incubator on campus, saying students majoring in information technology will be better trained by working with the private…

Commission Blocks Bid To Give Contract Oks To Manager

Decisions related to awarding county contracts will remain in the hands of the county commission, at least for now, after Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday deferred action on handing that power over…

Shriners Put Riverfront Acres On Block

A real estate listing for the Mahi Shrine Temple Auditorium, 1400-1500 NW North River Drive, puts more than 7 acres with 880 feet fronting the Miami River on the market.…

Telecom Rivalry Heats Up As Sbc Enters Tricounty Market

A global telecommunications company is looking to expand into the South Florida market by offering competitively priced phone service and creating up to 80 jobs here.…

New Plan Sought To Buy Relocate Camillus House Homeless Shelter

Community Redevelopment Agency officials say they will try to salvage a plan to purchase Camillus House, a downtown homeless shelter, following a city commission decision last week to scuttle funding…

Two Coral Way Parcels Return To West Brickell Market

Two Coral Way plots are back on the market as West Brickell land values continue to appreciate.…

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Four Firms Seek Tax Breaks For Adding 500 Jobs

Four companies are in line to get county and state tax incentives to expand in Miami-Dade County while vowing to create nearly 500 new jobs here over the next two…

Hightech Firms Digitas Allegiance Prefer Miami Base

Executives for two high-tech companies say they plan to create close to 300 jobs over the next few years and inject more than $24 million into the Miami-Dade County economy…

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