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Dinner Key Marina to be returned to former glory

Dinner Key Marina to be returned to former glory

More than 20 months after Hurricane Irma tore up Dinner Key Marina, the City of Miami is ready to bring the marina back to its former glory at a cost that could exceed $22 million.…

Commercial insurance rates facing double-digit climb in June

Commercial insurance rates facing double-digit climb in June

‘Tis the season… for commercial insurance rates to rise, observers say. “Commercial property insurance rates are expected to increase 10% to 20% within this calendar year,” said Ryan Papy, president of Keyes Insurance, a part…

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Virgin Trains USA starts building rail line to Orlando

Virgin Trains USA starts building rail line to Orlando

Virgin Trains USA announced Tuesday that construction of its highly anticipated expansion from Palm Beach County to Orlando is underway, beginning with preliminary groundwork for…

County aims to build two hotels at Miami International Airport

County aims to build two hotels at Miami International Airport

In a booming local hotel market, Miami-Dade County plans to issue solicitations to developers to design and construct two new hotels at Miami International Airport,…

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

After years of controversy, countless meetings, administrative appeals and lawsuits, the City of Miami may be ready to move ahead with a new operator for…

Roads area due Tru Hilton hotel geared to younger guests

Roads area due Tru Hilton hotel geared to younger guests

A new hotel brand that targets younger travelers is planning a new location in The Roads neighborhood of Miami. Benito Irastorza, president and chief executive…

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Opinion

Leave foreign policy to Washington, protect Miami’s assets

Leave foreign policy to Washington, protect Miami’s assets

Miami doesn’t need a foreign policy. Our federal government alone is allowed to set policy for dealings abroad. Yet city commissioners are talking of establishing their own. The multi-layer question before commissioners today (5/23) is whether any law firm that has a lawyer who has a client that has some business interest with any person or company in Cuba or with Cuba’s government can also do business with the City of Miami. That’s at the heart of what’s being debated, though it’s…

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Crystal Wagar: Miami Shores mayor foresees growth of young families

Crystal Wagar: Miami Shores mayor foresees growth of young families

Crystal Wagar didn’t necessarily set out to make history when she ran for Miami Shores Village Council this year, but she did. After votes were tallied in March following a record turnout, she’d secured more votes than any other candidate running. That didn’t just earn her a seat on the council. In accordance with village tradition, she’ll now serve as Miami Shores’ mayor for the first half of a four-year term – the first black woman to do so in the…

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Real Estate

County aims to build two hotels at Miami International Airport

County aims to build two hotels at Miami International Airport

In a booming local hotel market, Miami-Dade County plans to issue solicitations to developers to design and construct two new hotels at Miami International Airport, Mayor Carlos Giménez revealed in a memo to county commissioners…

Government

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

After years of controversy, countless meetings, administrative appeals and lawsuits, the City of Miami may be ready to move ahead with a new operator for its marinas on Virginia Key. The final court case has…

Business & Finance

Approval rates rise for small business lending

Approval rates rise for small business lending

Approval rates for small business lending continue to grow and those in finance say it is all thanks to a strong economy. But traditional lenders are rethinking their lending strategies as more nontraditional players are…

Communities

Roads area due Tru Hilton hotel geared to younger guests

Roads area due Tru Hilton hotel geared to younger guests

A new hotel brand that targets younger travelers is planning a new location in The Roads neighborhood of Miami. Benito Irastorza, president and chief executive officer of IRAS Group, is the owner-developer proposing a Tru…

Arts & Culture

Tequesta Indians’ Miami Circle Park to get state upgrade

Tequesta Indians’ Miami Circle Park to get state upgrade

The state is preparing to make long-term improvements to Miami Circle Park, home to a 2,000-year-old Tequesta Indian artifact at the mouth of the Miami River. The Department of State has set aside about $500,000…

Education

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

The Frost Museum of Science has a new home for its raptor rehabilitation center, as Miami-Dade lawmakers last week OK’d a deal with the museum to build and operate a North Miami Beach center to…

Healthcare

Jackson Health System pushes on for a Doral hospital

Jackson Health System pushes on for a Doral hospital

Jackson Health System remains in active litigation against Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration to obtain a certificate of need for its proposed José Milton Memorial Hospital at the Jackson West Medical Center in Doral. In…

Transportation

Virgin Trains USA starts building rail line to Orlando

Virgin Trains USA starts building rail line to Orlando

Virgin Trains USA announced Tuesday that construction of its highly anticipated expansion from Palm Beach County to Orlando is underway, beginning with preliminary groundwork for a 70-acre maintenance facility and 3.5-mile rail section at Orlando…

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