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New ferry service plans another vessel, trips to Coconut Grove

New ferry service plans another vessel, trips to Coconut Grove

Since resuming service Aug. 16, Poseidon Ferry’s passenger count continues to climb, and operators plan to add another vessel and a new route.  “Service is going well,” said CEO Johnathan Silvia. “The last two weeks…

Four major stations planned for East-West rapid transit

Four major stations planned for East-West rapid transit

An updated presentation of the East-West Corridor of the Miami-Dade Smart Plan this week revealed county Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) intentions to begin with the project, develop four major stations, and improve…

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Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

The Village of Key Biscayne’s ongoing request for federal assistance in combating beach erosion, rising seas and other effects of climate change has taken another…

United Way Miami study shows impact of covid on the poor

United Way Miami study shows impact of covid on the poor

A newly released Covid-19 Impact Survey by United Way Miami identifies points of pain for households in poverty and those on the precipice of poverty.…

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

The Miami-Dade Cryptocurrency Task Force is up, running and already exploring the feasibility for the county to start accepting cryptocurrencies and other digital monetary forms…

51-story Legacy Hotel in Miami Worldcenter wins city OK

51-story Legacy Hotel in Miami Worldcenter wins city OK

Miami Worldcenter, the evolving city within a city, is ready for its next skyscraper: Legacy Hotel, 51 stories and nearly one million square feet of…

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Opinion

New transit chief must persuade public to get back aboard

New transit chief must persuade public to get back aboard

Miami-Dade’s new transportation chief, Eulois Cleckley, has a golden road to increase mobility without spending a cent on infrastructure. All he has to do is persuade more of us to use the mass transit we already have. Rather than seeing how many rail lines we can build, his opportunity is to fill increasingly-vacant seats on transit that is now running. That’s not a construction job, it’s a marketing job. He and his team need to persuade us that transit works. All he…

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Mario Murgado: Building a multi-state group of 18 automobile dealerships

Mario Murgado: Building a multi-state group of 18 automobile dealerships

Mario Murgado came to the US from Cuba as a 4-year-old. Now 59, he feels blessed to be living in this country, be part of the community and be involved with his passion: the automotive industry. He is one of the most successful auto-dealership owners in South Florida, with six dealerships in Miami, four in Stuart, three in Jacksonville, three in New Jersey and two in Chicago.   Apart from being an entrepreneur, he has a deep passion for old…

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Real Estate

51-story Legacy Hotel in Miami Worldcenter wins city OK

51-story Legacy Hotel in Miami Worldcenter wins city OK

Miami Worldcenter, the evolving city within a city, is ready for its next skyscraper: Legacy Hotel, 51 stories and nearly one million square feet of floor space to rise at 938 NE First Ave. The…

Government

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

The Miami-Dade Cryptocurrency Task Force is up, running and already exploring the feasibility for the county to start accepting cryptocurrencies and other digital monetary forms as acceptable methods of payment countywide for taxes, fees and…

Business & Finance

Multi-family housing loan demand strong

Multi-family housing loan demand strong

Banks in South Florida continue to see an uptick in commercial loan applications for small businesses, middle market and multi-family housing projects around the tri-county area, as the Covid-19 pandemic barely slowed demand. Among the…

Communities

Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

The Village of Key Biscayne’s ongoing request for federal assistance in combating beach erosion, rising seas and other effects of climate change has taken another step forward, said Roland Simimy, the village’s first chief resilience…

Arts & Culture

Miami-Dade museums aiming to bring back the buzz

Miami-Dade museums aiming to bring back the buzz

  Local cultural arts museums and institutions are pushing for­ward and recreating art experi­ences that the pandemic voided. Safety of the community and staff being a priority, art galleries at most museums are open, bringing…

Education

Miami Dade College students flock back in greater numbers

Miami Dade College students flock back in greater numbers

Miami Dade College continues to see an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 4% total decline from pre-covid days compared to 12% this time last year. The college was standing at an overall…

Healthcare

United Way Miami study shows impact of covid on the poor

United Way Miami study shows impact of covid on the poor

A newly released Covid-19 Impact Survey by United Way Miami identifies points of pain for households in poverty and those on the precipice of poverty. More than 65% of respondents rely on income from hourly…

Transportation

Four major stations planned for East-West rapid transit

Four major stations planned for East-West rapid transit

An updated presentation of the East-West Corridor of the Miami-Dade Smart Plan this week revealed county Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) intentions to begin with the project, develop four major stations, and improve…

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