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New Miami-Dade Courthouse falling father behind

New Miami-Dade Courthouse falling father behind

Construction of Miami-Dade’s new courthouse is further behind schedule and has grown costlier due to several unforeseen snags, though by how much is being debated by the county and the development group erecting the building.…

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

At a press conference on the steps of Miami Senior High School, the City of Miami announced this month the beginning of a countdown leading up to the 125th anniversary of its incorporation on July…

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56 new ‘smart’ signals speeding traffic flow

56 new ‘smart’ signals speeding traffic flow

Fifty-six more Miami-Dade traffic signals have been updated to be ‘smart’ signals that adjust red-green timing in a blink to flow traffic as fast as…

Brickell City Centre shops exude optimism

Brickell City Centre shops exude optimism

Like every other business in the hospitality and tourism industry, The Shops at Brickell City Centre felt the effects of the pandemic, but managed to…

Plans for Metrorail to north forecast to be derailed

Plans for Metrorail to north forecast to be derailed

A Metrorail extension may be among the rapid transit upgrade proposals Miami-Dade receives for the 9.5-mile commuting route between the northernmost Metrorail station and the…

Miami Dade College enrollment bouncing back

Miami Dade College enrollment bouncing back

As students adjust to new campus protocols, Miami Dade College has seen an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 7% total decline from…

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Opinion

Stadium score: public trounced, Loria and Tampa Bay win

Stadium score: public trounced, Loria and Tampa Bay win

The final score is in at Marlins Stadium: Jeffrey Loria & Co. got $1.2 billion, taxpayers got $5.5 million in profit sharing and billions in debt, and Tampa Bay got a big lesson in how not to cut its own ballpark construction deal. The final chapter was written as Mr. Loria agreed last week to give the public $5.5 million from the team sale, which is about all taxpayers will ever get from the Marlins as they pay $3 billion total…

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Julie Northcutt-Dunn: Colliers International South Florida has new market leader

Julie Northcutt-Dunn: Colliers International South Florida has new market leader

As the executive managing director and market leader for Colliers International in South Florida, Julie Northcutt-Dunn oversees all brokerage operations and service lines in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Ms. Northcutt-Dunn joined Colliers in January after more than five years with competitor CBRE, where she ran regional sales for the Midwest. The opportunity to work in the vibrant South Florida market was a big attraction she said, as was Colliers’ composition, now nearly 20,000 employees strong and growing. “They’re nimble. If…

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Real Estate

Miami Station gets green light to replace ghost foundation

Miami Station gets green light to replace ghost foundation

A plan to build a large high-rise in the heart of the city filled with offices, apartments, restaurants and shops has gotten the green light from a City of Miami review board. Miami Station is…

Government

56 new ‘smart’ signals speeding traffic flow

56 new ‘smart’ signals speeding traffic flow

Fifty-six more Miami-Dade traffic signals have been updated to be ‘smart’ signals that adjust red-green timing in a blink to flow traffic as fast as possible. County officials inked a $150 million contract with Siemens…

Business & Finance

Brickell City Centre shops exude optimism

Brickell City Centre shops exude optimism

Like every other business in the hospitality and tourism industry, The Shops at Brickell City Centre felt the effects of the pandemic, but managed to power through and keep businesses intact.  Still being a relatively…

Communities

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

At a press conference on the steps of Miami Senior High School, the City of Miami announced this month the beginning of a countdown leading up to the 125th anniversary of its incorporation on July…

Arts & Culture

South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center reopens, but outdoors

South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center reopens, but outdoors

After being closed 11 months, the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center has taken a first step to re-open with a socially distanced, outdoor performance from Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami.  Taking place Feb. 20 at…

Education

Miami Dade College enrollment bouncing back

Miami Dade College enrollment bouncing back

As students adjust to new campus protocols, Miami Dade College has seen an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 7% total decline from pre-covid days compared to 12% last fall.  MDC’s Wolfson Campus…

Healthcare

Miami-Dade prods state to add teachers, police to Covid-19 vaccine list

Miami-Dade prods state to add teachers, police to Covid-19 vaccine list

Florida should expand its next round of Covid-19 vaccines to include police, firefighters, teachers, school staff, and other essential frontline workers listed by a CDC immunization advisory committee, Miami-Dade commissioners say. Commissioners Jan. 21 OK’d…

Transportation

Plans for Metrorail to north forecast to be derailed

Plans for Metrorail to north forecast to be derailed

A Metrorail extension may be among the rapid transit upgrade proposals Miami-Dade receives for the 9.5-mile commuting route between the northernmost Metrorail station and the Broward County line, but it’s not what will ultimately be…

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