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Inside Hitachi rail car assembly plant

If you’ve never darkened the doorway of a train manufacturing plant, it’s understandable to at first mistake Medley’s Hitachi facility for a contemporary art museum and the first three of 136 Metrorail cars being assembled there…

Miami’s condo market continues to be global magnet

Miami’s condo market continues to be global magnet

Miami’s condo market continues to be a strong magnet for international investment, but many brokers say the line between residents and investors may now be fuzzier than ever. Christian Kawas,…

Watson Island seaplane base in holding pattern

Watson Island seaplane base in holding pattern

The plan to revive a seaplane base on Watson Island remains grounded as city officials review a lease of the city-owned property to a private company. And one commissioner, newcomer…

Miami International Airport slips in on-time flights

Miami International Airport slips in on-time flights

Miami International Airport slipped to No. 19 in 2015 from No. 9 the previous year in on-time performance among the top 20 large airports in OAG’s Punctuality League. The UK-based…

David Beckham soccer stadium talks haven’t kicked in

David Beckham soccer stadium talks haven’t kicked in

While Miami Beckham United has shifted from seeking a soccer stadium on port land or near Marlins Park and intends instead to negotiate to buy county-owned land near downtown currently…

Hold PortMiami land, Mayor says

Hold PortMiami land, Mayor says

Mayor Carlos Gimenez says since we can’t foresee the best use of valuable PortMiami land in coming years, it’s most responsible to hold bare land unused for a while. After…

Bankers wait, hope for second, third and fourth rate hikes

Bankers wait, hope for second, third and fourth rate hikes

After the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate for the first time in nearly a decade – a move the local banking industry had been expecting for months –…

David Beckham’s soccer stadium gets river commission voice

David Beckham’s soccer stadium gets river commission voice

As David Beckham’s group works to get land in Overtown for a Major League Soccer stadium, the Miami River Commission wants a voice in decisions. The 650 NW Eighth St.…

Court slams Miami Open’s bid to expand

Court slams Miami Open’s bid to expand

Litigation concerning control of Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park, where the Miami Open tennis tournament has been played since 1987, is finished now that the Third District Court of Appeal upheld…

Seaplane base revival faces city vote

Seaplane base revival faces city vote

A Miami vote tied to revival of an historic seaplane base on Watson Island was put off after newly-elected Commissioner Ken Russell questioned the best use of the city-owned land.…

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