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Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

The strength of downtown’s retail market and its spiraling leasing rates have pushed merchants and restaurateurs farther north, observers say.Though she agrees that Edgewater and areas north benefit from the popularity of the central business district,…

Miami-Dade real estate resales top $1 billion for month

Miami-Dade real estate resales top $1 billion for month

Sales volume for Miami-Dade real estate resales – which do not include new condos – topped $1 billion in April, the Miami Association of Realtors reported last week. The total…

Coastal protection from any oil exploration backed

Coastal protection from any oil exploration backed

Miami-Dade County commissioners gave preliminary approval to the concept of Southeast Florida Coastal Ocean task force’s final report and its recommendations to work with others to improve the coastal ecosystem,…

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Metropolitan Miami pre-Columbian artifacts to go on display

Artifacts from a pre-Columbian village discovered on the north bank of the Miami River at the site of MDM’s Metropolitan Miami project are to go on public display in about…

Island Gardens eyed for Watson Island multimodal transit hub

Island Gardens eyed for Watson Island multimodal transit hub

Instead of a mega resort for the rich called Island Gardens, Ken Russell sees Watson Island as home to a multimodal transit hub with plenty of wide open green space…

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust Inc. to run Grove landmark

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust Inc. to run Grove landmark

County commissioners on Tuesday approved without discussion on initial reading an agreement with the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust Inc. to operate the museum and historic landmark in Coconut Grove.…

Visiting Japanese Fulbright alumni talk of common issues

Visiting Japanese Fulbright alumni talk of common issues

Across societies around the world, national and local governments are facing at least some of the same grand-scale issues. Climate change, sea level rise, international business development and women’s empowerment…

Miami parking agency wants to control Biscayne Green boulevard

Miami parking agency wants to control Biscayne Green boulevard

Art Noriega, the man who runs the City of Miami’s parking agency, says he wants control of a project called Biscayne Green, designed to make one of the busiest streets…

Park-and-ride facility targeted for new spending

Park-and-ride facility targeted for new spending

Board members of the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust voted unanimously April 24 to recommend to county leadership that $2.6 million in surtax funds be spent for a park-and-ride facility at…

Norwegian Cruise Lines (Bahamas) getting new terminal in Miami

Norwegian Cruise Lines (Bahamas) getting new terminal in Miami

County commissioners on Tuesday approved an agreement between Miami-Dade and Norwegian Cruise Lines (Bahamas) Ltd. for construction of a new cruise terminal, expected to cost $100 million, at PortMiami. Joe…

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