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Not a cent of federal aid for Hurricane Irma damage reaches county

Federal funds to help rebuild after last summer’s ravage of Hurricane Irma are still in the process of being allocated, with no deadline in sight. Not a penny has yet reached Miami-Dade, with 10 to 12…

Medical destination market: the rules are different here

Medical destination market: the rules are different here

While Miami has made a science of marketing its world-class beaches, hotels and retail locations, promoting Miami as a medical destination for tourists has a different set of rules. Local…

Zoo Miami may pair with zoos in Bahamas, Colombia and Jamaica

Zoo Miami may pair with zoos in Bahamas, Colombia and Jamaica

Zoo Miami would pair with sister zoos in the Bahamas, Colombia and Jamaica under a proposal that Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez sent to county commissioners this month. The three new…

Development brings next leg of Miami River Greenway

Development brings next leg of Miami River Greenway

Work on a major mixed-use residential and commercial development on the Miami River has begun, which brings with it another 1,500 feet of public riverwalk – the latest piece in…

Miami International Airport gets bonanza in federal grants

Miami International Airport gets bonanza in federal grants

The Federal Aviation Administration awarded this week over $36 million in infrastructure grants to Miami International Airport to reconstruct and rehabilitate taxiways to improve the safety and efficiency of airport…

Regional skate park and pump track coming to Haulover Park

Regional skate park and pump track coming to Haulover Park

Five municipalities and Miami-Dade county have come together to construct a regional skate park/pump track at Haulover Park to be opened by year’s end. Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Miami…

Miami designates Brickell Key for water taxi service

Miami designates Brickell Key for water taxi service

In a growing metropolis like the City of Miami – embraced as it is by vast waterways – expanding transit options to the water makes sense. Miami city commissioners have…

Miami International Airport direct flights to Asia two years away

Miami International Airport direct flights to Asia two years away

Miami International Airport is expanding its search of Asian air carriers to create a direct flight to Asia. After meeting with Japan Airlines to market a Tokyo-Miami connection, MIA has…

Flexible job schedules have 45,000 working at home in Miami-Dade

Flexible job schedules have 45,000 working at home in Miami-Dade

Flexible job schedules that include options to work away from the office are gaining in popularity in Miami-Dade, according to a new study of US workforce trends released Global Workplace…

Unrest in Venezuela alters market strategies for developers in Doral

Unrest in Venezuela alters market strategies for developers in Doral

Political and economic unrest in Venezuela are altering market strategies for developers in Doral. As Century Homebuilders Group moves forward on its two major projects in Doral – Midtown Doral…

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