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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…

Miami Oks Allapattah Lot For Affordable Housing Use

Miami city officials have OK'd the sale of a city-owned lot in Allapattah that will be used for an affordable housing project.…

Graduate Programs Teach Skills Outside Corporate Structure

More women are enrolling in graduate business programs, educators say — often with an eye to opening companies rather than climbing the corporate ladder at an established firm.…

Real Estate Careers Often Begin When Other Endeavors End

Some of the area's most successful women in home sales found real estate after careers in other fields.…

Boston Investors Buy Crown Hotel Major Rehab Planned

A group of Boston-based investors paid $22.5 million for the Crown Hotel in Miami Beach with plans to pour another $20 million into renovations.…

Freedom Tower Nearly Ready For New Occupants

Miami's landmark Freedom Tower is within months of reopening its doors to new occupants.…

Trip To Nicaragua El Salvador Seen As Market Test

A group of local entrepreneurs say a recent six-day trade trip to Nicaragua and El Salvador gave them a chance to analyze whether their products or services would be welcome…

Business Teams Report Overtown Incubator Nearer Reality

The Black Business Association is teaming up with the Business Assistance Corp. to put a business incubator in an Overtown office and warehouse complex, association Executive Director John E. Dixon…

Offices Planned After Sale Of First Avenue Building

South Beach developer Scott Robins has made a $2.5 million foray into downtown Miami, purchasing the city's original US post office building at 100 NE First Ave.…

The Outlook For Miamis Future Links With Cuba

President Clinton late last month signed into law a bill to allow food and medicine sales from this country to Cuba.…

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