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Illuminate Coral Gables plans even bigger spotlight

Illuminate Coral Gables plans even bigger spotlight

After the success of Illuminate Coral Gables 2021, the public art initiative is planning to come even bigger for 2022. Illuminate Coral Gables 2022 will make its grand return on Jan. 14 and run for…

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

While negotiating and trying to get a competitive edge on an already tight real estate market, realtors are equipping buyers with aggressive techniques to secure that home. With the current surge of home buying in…

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Miami-Dade gets rent check from casino giant Genting for $10 million

Miami-Dade gets rent check from casino giant Genting for $10 million

Miami-Dade got a big check in the mail last week: $10 million from the Genting Group as part of the Malaysian casino giant’s nearly century-long…

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

With the economy reopening and talks starting about a pedestrian promenade connecting Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and Española Way, Miami Beach officials are looking at…

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

A Coral Gables ordinance to allow outdoor live amplified music on private ground level for private establishments in the Central Business District has gotten a…

Property Appraiser lists Miami-Dade taxable values

Property Appraiser lists Miami-Dade taxable values

Countywide taxable property values in Miami-Dade rose 3.6% last year, according to an estimate by Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia. The estimate includes both new and…

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Opinion

Build Miami Beach workforce housing ahead of subsidies

Build Miami Beach workforce housing ahead of subsidies

Miami Beach wants city employees to live in town. But making that happen could be extremely costly and difficult. Cities often want their staff to live within their borders. That helps city employees understand the needs of residents, and if they live there workers have a real stake in how well the city does. They also respond faster to emergencies, and they pay taxes and spend paychecks in the city where they work. It’s so important to some cities to have only…

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René García: Commissioner cites path to better procedures, procurements

René García: Commissioner cites path to better procedures, procurements

René García joined the Miami-Dade County Commission last year after two decades of service in both chambers of the Florida Legislature. Over that span, he believes he saw through the passage of many good pieces of legislation. In his mind, he only deserves partial credit for those successes. “You don’t do anything alone in this process,” he said. Asked what he considers his greatest achievement, Mr. García didn’t point to big bills he championed and got passed, like one in 2016 that helped…

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Real Estate

Regency Tower Coral Gables set to start luxury residences

Regency Tower Coral Gables set to start luxury residences

Codina Partners aims to begin site preparation this year for a luxury residential project aimed at empty-nesters and those looking to “right-size.” “Regency Tower Coral Gables,” said Executive Chairman Armando Codina via email, “is located…

Government

Property Appraiser lists Miami-Dade taxable values

Property Appraiser lists Miami-Dade taxable values

Countywide taxable property values in Miami-Dade rose 3.6% last year, according to an estimate by Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia. The estimate includes both new and old construction. Properties that existed a year ago as a…

Business & Finance

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

While negotiating and trying to get a competitive edge on an already tight real estate market, realtors are equipping buyers with aggressive techniques to secure that home. With the current surge of home buying in…

Communities

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

Coral Gables turning up the volume at downtown eateries

A Coral Gables ordinance to allow outdoor live amplified music on private ground level for private establishments in the Central Business District has gotten a preliminary go-ahead.  During Tuesday’s city commission meeting, city officials voted…

Arts & Culture

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

With the economy reopening and talks starting about a pedestrian promenade connecting Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and Española Way, Miami Beach officials are looking at installing more temporary public art in the city in the…

Education

Miami-Dade Schools look at suing Comcast over cyberattacks

Miami-Dade Schools look at suing Comcast over cyberattacks

Miami-Dade Public Schools may sue Comcast alleging failure by the telecom to stop cyberattacks during the district’s failed rollout of a $15 million online learning system last year. Comcast errors and denial that the district…

Healthcare

Hospital visitor guides eased as vaccinations roll on

Hospital visitor guides eased as vaccinations roll on

As vaccinations continue to roll out throughout Miami-Dade County, hospital visitation restriction guidelines have slightly eased up at select area hospitals.  While still keeping an eye on Covid-19 positive numbers and always following CDC guidelines,…

Transportation

Miami-Dade gets rent check from casino giant Genting for $10 million

Miami-Dade gets rent check from casino giant Genting for $10 million

Miami-Dade got a big check in the mail last week: $10 million from the Genting Group as part of the Malaysian casino giant’s nearly century-long rental of space above an Omni bus station north of…

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