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Front Page » 2018 » April (Page 5)

Miami owners of historic properties might sell extra density

Miami owners of historic properties might sell extra density

City of Miami officials are working to clarify proposed legislation designed to incentivize the preservation of historic properties by allowing those properties to sell unused residential density to sites near…

Lee Sandler: Sees tightening of trade rules as US taking a new path

Lee Sandler: Sees tightening of trade rules as US taking a new path

After starting his firm over 40 years ago, Lee Sandler says every day is still a surprise and that’s what keeps him loving his job.  Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg is…

FYI Miami: April 5, 2018

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. FINANCIAL AID…

No greenbacks if Biscayne Green deletes any traffic lanes

No greenbacks if Biscayne Green deletes any traffic lanes

Never before have we welcomed a veto of aid to Miami, but we hail Gov. Rick Scott’s roadblock of $1 million geared to narrow Biscayne Boulevard. That funding would be…

Enrollments, tuitions rising at Miami’s private high schools

Enrollments, tuitions rising at Miami’s private high schools

More parents seeking personalized attention and smaller classrooms for their teens are driving up interest in Miami-Dade’s private high schools, where application numbers are rising with tuition increases steadily following…

Construction jobs boom might have short life

Construction jobs boom might have short life

Despite continued growth in construction jobs since the economic collapse in 2007, industry experts predict that construction job growth will start to slow down in the next year or two…

City of Miami 90-property snafu costs developer a US 1 hotel

City of Miami 90-property snafu costs developer a US 1 hotel

More than 90 properties in the City of Miami have the wrong land use designation and do not match the corresponding zoning classification. The mistake occurred about 2010 when the…

Miami River site cleared for market-rate apartments

Miami River site cleared for market-rate apartments

Land use and zoning changes approved by Miami city commissioners for a Miami River site are clearing the way for a new market-rate apartment building. Developer 1515 Miami River LLC…

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