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China weakness hurts South America’s growth

Miami’s international trade may weaken in coming months due to plummeting commodity prices, which slid to a 13-year-low this month, according to the Bloomberg Commodity index. As of Tuesday, commodities slightly edged back upward. Miami’s major Latin…

Fair to take time studying offered sites

Fair to take time studying offered sites

Miami-Dade County is preliminarily proposing four sites where the Youth Fair could potentially relocate. The county is responsible for finding a suitable site for the Youth Fair, which is run…

Torrid housing pace catches up to ’04

Torrid housing pace catches up to ’04

Despite four record-breaking years, residential prices are only now regaining their 2004 highs, according to Teresa King Kinney, CEO of the Miami Association of Realtors. During an address at the…

Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach has served as a backdrop for films, television shows, modeling shoots, videos and other forms of entertainment for almost its entire history, and that trend shows no signs…

Convention center hotel called pivotal

Convention center hotel called pivotal

Even as Miami Beach joyously celebrates its centennial this week, business leaders and officials are busy preparing for the next 100 years. The Beach continues to be a star with…

Downtown towers’ values soar

Downtown towers’ values soar

Come early June when 2015 taxable values are completed, Miami-Dade Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia expects that people will be impressed with how well the commercial market is doing in the…

Miami renters increase 25% in 7 years

Miami renters increase 25% in 7 years

Miami’s rental population is growing and market watchers are divided as to why, with some saying it’s temporary and others that housing prices are prohibitive for anyone but the super-wealthy.…

Funding to bring Tri-Rail downtown advances

Funding to bring Tri-Rail downtown advances

The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority wants Miami-Dade County to fund about $8.3 million of the cost to bring Tri-Rail to downtown Miami. Tri-Rail is a commuter train that links…

Kevin Spacey may star in running Grove Playhouse

Kevin Spacey may star in running Grove Playhouse

When Miami-Dade’s Economic Prosperity Committee meets today (3/12) to discuss a deal with GableStage for a home at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, anything can happen. The plan, recommended by Mayor…

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

The architects working on a project on the Miami River for mega-yachts say it is the first of its kind in the world – everything in one location for the…

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