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Front Page » 2018 » October (Page 4)

Bayside Marketplace unveils a basket of upgrades

Bayside Marketplace unveils a basket of upgrades

Renovations continue at Bayside Marketplace. Senior general manager of Bayside Marketplace LLC Pamela Weller is overseeing a variety of facelifts occurring around the site and says they are on schedule.…

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

The Florida Department of Transportation is looking to the City of Miami to develop and run a 30-acre illuminated park under a rebuilt and elevated I-395 and its long-planned “signature…

Voters, finish the convention center job by adding vital hotel

Voters, finish the convention center job by adding vital hotel

Miami Beach can have its cake and eat it too: if voters OK a convention hotel on city land on Nov. 6, they’ll fuel the economy with higher-revenue events, pour…

Filming in Miami: October 18, 2018

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

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Wynwood study supports adding a Tri-Rail station

Wynwood study supports adding a Tri-Rail station

In their months-long quest to get a Tri-Rail station erected in their neighborhood, directors of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) last week released results of a study they commissioned…

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

City commissioners are prepared to OK hefty Miami parking rate hikes today (10/11), but the jump won’t impact city residents – though parking officials still must figure out how to…

Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

The Florida Department of Transportation is studying traffic congestion on US 1 from Kendall Drive to I-95 and is asking Miami-Dade residents to take a survey to help develop appropriate…

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

A new revenue stream will bring in dollars to the Bayfront Park Management Trust for the next decade after the Miami City Commission approved a deal for cellular equipment installations…

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade has an updated timeline to reduce the fossil fuel consumption of its vehicle fleet and convert a significant portion of that fleet to electric. County commissioners unanimously approved a…

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