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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…

Plans For Downtown Charter School Face New Hurdle

A new obstacle has surfaced in the Downtown Development Authority's campaign to acquire land for a charter school in downtown Miami.…

Beacon Council Land Institute Set To Help Redevelop Homestead Air Force Base

Miami-Dade commissioners on Tuesday are to vote to hire the Beacon Council, the county's economic development organization, to prepare a re-use plan for part of the former Homestead Air Force…

Alliance For Ethical Government Disbands After 3 Years

After three years of advocating for cleaner government, the Alliance for Ethical Government is closing up shop.…

Supply And Demand Continues To Drive Sales On Key Biscayne

As inventories dwindle to less than 2%, condominium values on Key Biscayne continue to increase and properties are sold just days after being listed, local real estate experts said.…

Entrepreneurs Mayor Penelas Head To South Africa

A group of entrepreneurs accompanied by Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas are heading to South Africa and Botswana in search of new commercial opportunities. …

Visitors Industry Wants Evaluation Of Countys Convention Space Needs

With an eye toward use of the county's Convention Development Tax revenues, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is talking with several firms about assessing the county's needs for…

Stadium Proposals Raise Property Tax Ownership Questions

As Miami Mayor Joe Carollo negotiates the latest proposal to build a stadium for the Florida Marlins, questions are arising about who should own the ballpark and pay its property…

Miracle Mile Office Tower Wins Preliminary Approval

Starwood Urban could start building a $36 million office tower on Miracle Mile by year's end, principals said.…

Medical Bookings Push Convention Activity Into The Future

Nine years into the future, hospitality industry officials say one of the largest medical conventions in the country, likely to draw 15,000 visitors, has reserved the Miami Beach Convention Center.…

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