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Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Baseball fans are preparing for the 88th All Star Game July 6-11 – it’s Miami’s first turn to host the event, which dates back to 1933 – and the Downtown Development Authority plans to leverage its…

Public marinas on Virginia Key lose a bit of controversy

Public marinas on Virginia Key lose a bit of controversy

One of the most controversial aspects of plans to redevelop public marinas on Virginia Key – allowing wet slips in the larger historic basin fronting Miami Marine Stadium – is…

Miami Marine Stadium can be saved, architect says

Miami Marine Stadium can be saved, architect says

Aged, worn and abandoned, Miami Marine Stadium can be saved. That’s the opinion of the head of an architectural firm City of Miami officials plan to hire to help save…

Flagler Street redevelopment project moving faster

Flagler Street redevelopment project moving faster

In the past few weeks “there’s been very significant progress” on the Flagler Street redevelopment project, said Brian Alonso, co-chair of the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s Flagler Street Task Force.…

Miami commissioners nearly fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso

Miami commissioners nearly fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso

For a few minutes last week, Miami commissioners thought they’d just fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso. Not quite. The move to remove the top administrator was launched Dec. 8 by…

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail, but how?

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail, but how?

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail on the island, but if, how and when it will connect to the mainland remains to be seen. Miami Beach…

Mandatory workforce housing plans stall

Mandatory workforce housing plans stall

The Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday deferred its final vote on legislation that would create a mandatory workforce housing development program, but sponsor Barbara Jordan said if it fails at…

University of Miami School of Business to train public health pros

University of Miami School of Business to train public health pros

The Center for Health Sector Management and Policy at the University of Miami School of Business Administration has grown its faculty in the past year and continues to study issues…

2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown Miami

2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown Miami

Miami’s lack of affordable housing is addressed in an updated regional development plan proposed and approved by the Downtown Development Authority. City commissioners gave preliminary approval Nov. 17 to an…

US 1 project to rise at Douglas Road Metrorail Station

US 1 project to rise at Douglas Road Metrorail Station

A proposed mixed-use project on US 1 promising new office, retail and residential uses intends to take advantage of its location at the foot of a pedestrian overpass that connects…

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