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“Bankmobiles” set to roll in Miami-Dade County

“Bankmobiles” set to roll in Miami-Dade County

Banks on wheels – or “bankmobiles” – are now one vote from becoming reality in Miami-Dade, as commissioners in committee Tuesday unanimously forwarded an ordinance change to permit mobile banking operations. Representatives from SunTrust Bank…

Commissioner calls for affordable housing summit

Commissioner calls for affordable housing summit

To infuse new ideas into housing, Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis Moss is calling for an “affordable housing summit” where decision-makers and experts can jointly target solutions. On Monday, at the first Housing, Social Services and Economic…

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High-end condominium market becomes cat-and-mouse game

High-end condominium market becomes cat-and-mouse game

In Miami’s overbuilt high-end condominium market, a complex game of cat-and-mouse is being played, as sellers try to push their advantage and buyers shop for…

Seatrade Cruise Global sails back to Miami Beach

Seatrade Cruise Global sails back to Miami Beach

Seatrade Cruise Global 2019, a leading global business-to-business event for the cruise industry, returns to Miami Beach Convention Center April 8-11 after a four-year absence.…

Parking has a warm glow in Miami Design District

Parking has a warm glow in Miami Design District

The Miami Parking Authority has hit the switch on bright, colorful new parking lots at the edge of the Miami Design District. On Tuesday evening,…

Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

The office market in the central business district and Brickell is solid, observers say, and not likely to be blown off course anytime soon. “The…

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Opinion

Lower neighborhood speed limits require tougher policing

Lower neighborhood speed limits require tougher policing

As county officials work to speed traffic flow on major arteries, local officials are pulling the other way to slow traffic on residential streets. These aren’t two engines trying to pull the same train in opposite directions. Improved arterial flow could – at least in theory – reduce the growing tendency of frustrated drivers to cut through residential neighborhoods when main roads jam up. But that’s theory, and on our drive we have to get somewhere faster than traffic allows. Many of…

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Eileen Higgins: Brings her business experience to the county commission

Eileen Higgins: Brings her business experience to the county commission

Eileen Higgins stays busy. The freshman Miami-Dade commissioner, now seven months into representing District 5, works long hours and makes it a point every week to visit all parts of her district, made up of portions of Miami, Miami Beach and unincorporated Fisher Island. This year, in her first full legislative session, Ms. Higgins will serve on the Housing, Social Services and Economic Development; Transportation and Finance; and Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs committees, as well as the Community Disparities Subcommittee. She…

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Real Estate

High-end condominium market becomes cat-and-mouse game

High-end condominium market becomes cat-and-mouse game

In Miami’s overbuilt high-end condominium market, a complex game of cat-and-mouse is being played, as sellers try to push their advantage and buyers shop for bargains, observers say. “The No. 1 metric in our industry…

Government

Pay for state attorney office called ‘crisis level’

Pay for state attorney office called ‘crisis level’

Miami-Dade commissioners are urging the Florida Legislature to financially aid employees at the county’s state attorney and public defender offices, as pay there has “reached a crisis level,” according to Don Horn, chief assistant state…

Business & Finance

Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

The office market in the central business district and Brickell is solid, observers say, and not likely to be blown off course anytime soon. “The market in downtown and Brickell is tight,” said Neisen Kasdin,…

Communities

Miami backs Bacardi buildings for National Register of Historic Places

Miami backs Bacardi buildings for National Register of Historic Places

Two unique and colorful structures in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood have been recommended by the city for placement on the National Register of Historic Places. The city commission on Jan. 24 approved a resolution supporting the…

Arts & Culture

Parking has a warm glow in Miami Design District

Parking has a warm glow in Miami Design District

The Miami Parking Authority has hit the switch on bright, colorful new parking lots at the edge of the Miami Design District. On Tuesday evening, authority officials held a grand opening of sorts for the…

Education

University of Miami dives into marine life needs

University of Miami dives into marine life needs

Deep thinkers at the University of Miami who are collaborating on a project quantifying the benefits provided by green infrastructure to marine life are to reconvene soon to compare their findings. They plan to transfer…

Healthcare

Baptist Health’s Miami Beach center a community hub

Baptist Health’s Miami Beach center a community hub

Baptist Health South Florida’s Miami Beach urgent care, diagnostic and outpatient center on Alton Road, which opened in July 2018, has started up several new programs and the volume of patients is “above our projections,”…

Transportation

Seatrade Cruise Global sails back to Miami Beach

Seatrade Cruise Global sails back to Miami Beach

Seatrade Cruise Global 2019, a leading global business-to-business event for the cruise industry, returns to Miami Beach Convention Center April 8-11 after a four-year absence. The event is expected to draw more than 11,000 registered…

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