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Vast Allapattah multi-use project set for final vote

Vast Allapattah multi-use project set for final vote

A developer’s plan to transform part of Allapattah’s industrial district into a cutting-edge mixed-use project bringing apartments, offices, urban farming, a school and more is set for final consideration today (4/25) by Miami city commissioners.…

Miami Beach creates ‘welcome wagon’ to lure businesses

Miami Beach creates ‘welcome wagon’ to lure businesses

Miami Beach City Manager Jimmy Morales has received approval from commissioners to launch a welcome program for new businesses moving to town, with 10 initiatives to help newcomers settle in and keep familiar faces happy.…

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Downtown Miami tower to mix church, offices, residences, retail

Downtown Miami tower to mix church, offices, residences, retail

In what’s described as a truly mixed-use project for the heart of downtown Miami, a developer plans a residential and office tower atop a new…

Japan holds most promise for direct Miami air link soon

Japan holds most promise for direct Miami air link soon

Miami International Airport officials zeroing in on a daily passenger flight link with Asia say Japan holds the most promise for a direct flight next…

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Although the City of Miami’s free trolley system extends to all corners of the city, no dedicated route serves the Liberty City area. That may…

Six-tower Blue Lagoon growth to add 888 apartments

Six-tower Blue Lagoon growth to add 888 apartments

A major development project poised to bring hundreds of apartments and hotel rooms to land fronting the Blue Lagoon near Miami International Airport has gained…

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Opinion

Investors believe in Miami more than we do in ourselves

Investors believe in Miami more than we do in ourselves

Despite the end of our latest condo boom, Miami’s powerful magnet keeps luring investment of all sorts. Why? Start with the well-known list: lifestyle, weather, arts and cultural, immigration from the nation and the globe, geographic position, broadly diverse population, low cost-to-value ratio, growing tax advantages, the rule of US law. While internally we highlight flaws – did someone mention transportation? – Miami’s merits compared to almost anywhere else are overwhelming. We are, in truth, our own biggest critics. While we’re a visitor…

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Ed Williamson: Steering team at US’s No. 4 volume Cadillac dealership

Ed Williamson: Steering team at US’s No. 4 volume Cadillac dealership

Ed Williamson II characterizes his role as president and CEO of Williamson Automotive Group, the No. 4 volume Cadillac dealership in the nation and the No. 1 Buick franchise in the Southeast, as “being in charge of the climate.” “And we sell more [General Motors vehicles] than Buicks,” he says.  His isn’t a position concerned with the minute details of a family business that evolved over 90 years across three generations, including more than five decades in South Florida. Rather, he says, his…

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Real Estate

Six-tower Blue Lagoon growth to add 888 apartments

Six-tower Blue Lagoon growth to add 888 apartments

A major development project poised to bring hundreds of apartments and hotel rooms to land fronting the Blue Lagoon near Miami International Airport has gained zoning approval. Towers at Blue Lagoon is to include a…

Government

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Although the City of Miami’s free trolley system extends to all corners of the city, no dedicated route serves the Liberty City area. That may be about to change – with Brickell trolleys running less…

Business & Finance

Downtown Miami tower to mix church, offices, residences, retail

Downtown Miami tower to mix church, offices, residences, retail

In what’s described as a truly mixed-use project for the heart of downtown Miami, a developer plans a residential and office tower atop a new church and parking garage accented with retail uses. PMG X…

Communities

Coconut Grove Playhouse restoration at turning point

Coconut Grove Playhouse restoration at turning point

Art Noriega, chief executive officer of the Miami Parking Authority, is predicting a win for Miami-Dade County’s restoration plan for the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The final decision rests in the hands of Miami city commissioners…

Arts & Culture

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

Proposed City of Miami zoning rules requiring private developers to provide artwork as part of their projects or pay into a special public art fund have been shelved again. A second and final reading and…

Education

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

The Frost Museum of Science has a new home for its raptor rehabilitation center, as Miami-Dade lawmakers last week OK’d a deal with the museum to build and operate a North Miami Beach center to…

Healthcare

Health District apartment project allowed to shrink

Health District apartment project allowed to shrink

The developer who intends to bring new apartments to the edge of the Health District in Miami adjacent to the Dolphin Expressway has revised plans for a shorter building. In February, Spring Garden Apartments LLC…

Transportation

Japan holds most promise for direct Miami air link soon

Japan holds most promise for direct Miami air link soon

Miami International Airport officials zeroing in on a daily passenger flight link with Asia say Japan holds the most promise for a direct flight next year. The Miami International Airport Asia Task Force is to…

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