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Front Page » 2007 (Page 4)

Sea Shipper Preparingfor 160 Million Expansion

The Port of Miami has struck a $160 million deal with ocean cargo company Seaboard Marine that will result in a new maintenance area and export garage at the facility,…

Calendar Of Events Dance

Saturday 12/29…

Money Found To Reopen Downtown Park

Downtown professionals are soon to regain a lunchtime refuge as the City of Miami moves forward with its once-stalled plans to revive the former Paul Walker Park.…

Residential Lending Woes Beginning To Take Toll On Commercial Projects

Banks have tightened lending to commercial developers and are monitoring existing commercial real estate accounts as a result of the sub-prime residential mortgage crisis, bankers say.…

Calendar Of Events Music

Thursday 12/20…

Litter Visual Clutter May Bring Miami Handbill Ban

Mirroring cities such as Miami Beach and Key West, Miami plans to begin cracking down soon on both posted and littered handbills.…

Lack Of Guidelines Leaves Urban Development Issue Unsettled

Miami-Dade County commissioners say the Urban Boundary Line shouldn't be etched in stone while environmentalists think it's immovable — and the county mayor's veto pen appears to support their contention.…

Marlins Owners Get Huge Christmas Gift Public Gets Coal

Wrapping a stadium among gifts on a City of Miami Christmas tree adorned with unrelated but very costly goodies just handed a bonanza to Florida Marlins owners.…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

Thursday 12/20…

Upscale Revamp Of Collins Avenue Sparks National Interest

Changing demographics and the resurgence of Collins Avenue as an upscale retail destination are fueling national interest in South Beach, local experts say.…

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