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Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

A trio of developers is coming together to create one of the first luxury rental apartment buildings in Midtown Miami. Midtown 29 is a proposed mixed-use development planned for a site at about 190 NE 29th St.…

Finding that electric vehicle plug-in

Finding that electric vehicle plug-in

Could a shareable system of electric vehicles (EVs) be used along US 1 in Miami-Dade County to complement current transportation infrastructure? The EV/Infrastructure Alliance thinks it’s a possibility. But to…

Downtown convention hub sidetracked

Downtown convention hub sidetracked

Developers of the mega Miami Worldcenter, in the heart of downtown, were dealt a setback when the city’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board deferred a key component of the plan…

Win or lose, Miami Heat benefits economy

Who doesn’t love a win? While 1-4 isn’t the desired way to wrap up 2014, win or lose, when the Miami Heat play at the downtown AmericanAirlines Arena, the benefit…

Is Marlins Park viable soccer stadium site?

Is Marlins Park viable soccer stadium site?

County and city officials are awaiting the David Beckham group’s next move in its quest to place a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami, but already some are nudging the…

All Aboard Florida station plans reviewed

To keep plans for a downtown Miami train station on track, All Aboard Florida is to address concerns for the station’s design, maintenance and connectivity to surrounding developments. A review…

Miami Beach thinking of rules for tour buses

Miami Beach thinking of rules for tour buses

The City of Miami Beach has been looking into regulating the sightseeing tour buses that run in the municipality. Since the beginning of the year, officials had explored two approaches:…

Miami-Dade leaders consider Parcel B

Miami-Dade leaders consider Parcel B

Miami-Dade County has moved forward with examining two competing uses for the same piece of land, a nearly 3-acre vacant area behind AmericanAirlines Arena. Known as Parcel B, the land…

MLB academy site hunt in extra innings

Five years after the deal to publicly finance construction of Marlins Park in Little Havana and with the Marlins now in their third season at their new stadium, Major League…

Warning: expand stadium or Sony Open exits

Warning: expand stadium or Sony Open exits

Frustrated by a committee picking apart his company’s stadium expansion plan, the Sony Open’s director says the pro tennis tournament will be forced to leave Miami if the plan doesn’t…

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