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Miami’s art in public places program a picture of dissent

The City of Miami is still getting grief about its proposal to expand its new Art in Public Places Program to include private developments.Some developers and representatives of building contractors have voiced concern and opposition to…

Beacon Council headed to Madrid and Barcelona

Beacon Council headed to Madrid and Barcelona

The Beacon Council is preparing to embark on its first economic development mission of the year to Madrid and Barcelona from Feb. 21 to March 1. The mission will be…

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Due to factors ranging from an oncoming retirement wave to regional shortages, the job market for nurses is full of opportunities and benefits, including competitive salary offerings and a multitude…

County seeks firm to run Miami International Airport Hotel

County seeks firm to run Miami International Airport Hotel

Once again, the county is seeking a qualified firm to manage for at least seven years the aging but profitable Miami International Airport Hotel and will begin the selection process…

Miami International Airport soars toward passenger record

Miami International Airport soars toward passenger record

Although Miami International Airport won’t be releasing its final 2016 passenger statistics until the end of the month, all signs point to another successful year of passenger traffic growth. Airport…

Miami Military Museum & Memorial marches ahead

Miami Military Museum & Memorial marches ahead

The restoration of the historic building that will house the Miami Military Museum & Memorial has ramped up speed since earlier this year when the State of Florida approved $1.5…

Big changes coming to South Beach to restore lost luster

Big changes coming to South Beach to restore lost luster

Big changes are coming to South Beach, and business operators there are opening their checkbooks to pay for them. “My clients felt the changes are important,” said Alex Tachmes, a…

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.…

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