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New designs of park surrounding Miami Marine Stadium

New designs of park surrounding Miami Marine Stadium

Tony Goldman had the vision to see the vast promise in a rebuilt South Beach, in a reborn Wynwood, and in a restored Miami Marine Stadium. So says Don Worth, Miami Beach resident and longtime…

Brickell City Centre to build fire station, weighs expansions

Brickell City Centre to build fire station, weighs expansions

As Brickell City Centre’s developer continues to reshape a growing and maturing City of Miami, it is prepared to deliver on its promise for a new fire station incorporated into the sweeping mixed-use development. “We…

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Embattled Miami-Dade Expressway Authority bond ratings fall

Embattled Miami-Dade Expressway Authority bond ratings fall

The battle for control of five tolled Miami-Dade expressways has so impeded their future operations that a major national bond-rating agency last week downgraded $1.3…

New addiction center leases large slice of Omni Center

New addiction center leases large slice of Omni Center

A center dealing with treatment and research of substance addictions has leased 43,895 square feet in Omni Center – the former Omni International Mall –…

Some downtown don’t welcome scooter rental craze

Some downtown don’t welcome scooter rental craze

Electric-scooter riders are still traversing areas in the City of Miami, and potentially no other area in the city sees more activity than the downtown…

Austrian developer financed for Little Havana project

Austrian developer financed for Little Havana project

An Austrian development firm has gotten $34 million in financing to construct a 194-unit market-rate residential building in Little Havana. Premium Group Inc. is building…

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Opinion

Don’t swap largest city park for the grass between buildings

Don’t swap largest city park for the grass between buildings

Miami showcases its policy that it can lose no total parkland. Yet a lease of the city’s largest park for a private mega-project would lose 53 acres. That’s shameful. Don’t blame Miami Freedom Park’s developers – they’ll do what it takes to displace Melreese Golf Course. Still, the city commission has three paths to keep residents from being cheated. First, commissioners could (and should) refuse to turn over the only golf course in city limits at any price, thus protecting the valuable…

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Tim Meerbott: Cutler Bay Mayor plans for a community gathering site

Tim Meerbott: Cutler Bay Mayor plans for a community gathering site

Tim Meerbott’s first year as Cutler Bay mayor came at a pivotal time for the municipality. After more than a decade of operating in a space too big for its needs, the town’s government was close to securing a $17 million land swap deal to relocate its town hall and build a surrounding congregation space for residents. The project – the deal for which closed last month – is one of many he hopes to initiate in his first four-year term.…

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Real Estate

Austrian developer financed for Little Havana project

Austrian developer financed for Little Havana project

An Austrian development firm has gotten $34 million in financing to construct a 194-unit market-rate residential building in Little Havana. Premium Group Inc. is building the $165 million, 157,000-square-foot project called First – Little Havana,…

Government

Some downtown don’t welcome scooter rental craze

Some downtown don’t welcome scooter rental craze

Electric-scooter riders are still traversing areas in the City of Miami, and potentially no other area in the city sees more activity than the downtown core.  Scooters have long been seen as a solution for…

Business & Finance

Embattled Miami-Dade Expressway Authority bond ratings fall

Embattled Miami-Dade Expressway Authority bond ratings fall

The battle for control of five tolled Miami-Dade expressways has so impeded their future operations that a major national bond-rating agency last week downgraded $1.3 billion in expressway bonds and issued a negative outlook ahead…

Communities

New addiction center leases large slice of Omni Center

New addiction center leases large slice of Omni Center

A center dealing with treatment and research of substance addictions has leased 43,895 square feet in Omni Center – the former Omni International Mall – where it plans to open this spring with 35 to…

Arts & Culture

Latin Queens series seeks Miami-Dade film funds

Latin Queens series seeks Miami-Dade film funds

A reality television production focusing on a new women’s Latin pop “supergroup” that will air on Facebook’s on-demand streaming service has applied for Miami-Dade tax credits to film here and hire locally. Los Angeles-based production…

Education

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

After extensive testing by a University of Florida research team, Miami-Dade County is one step closer to turning an expensive waste disposal headache into an income-producing asset. “Our Resources Recovery Facility, where most of Miami-Dade…

Healthcare

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

The healthcare industry is scrambling to head off a predicted nursing shortage that could be devasting to patient care. “Baseline forecasts show that Florida will face a shortage of registered nurses by 2025 that is…

Transportation

Weekend set aside to help Biscayne Green take root

Weekend set aside to help Biscayne Green take root

April 17 to 19 has been set as the date for Biscayne Green Weekend, a demonstration project that will showcase how a fully imagined Biscayne Green, a project of the Downtown Development Authority, would look…

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