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Front Page » 2018 » October (Page 6)

$200,000 check stalls Virginia Key marinas eviction by city

$200,000 check stalls Virginia Key marinas eviction by city

The City of Miami’s eviction of the private operator of its marina on Virginia Key is on hold, after Rickenbacker Marina Inc. had its attorney show up at City Hall…

North Beach Town Center plans stretch skyward

North Beach Town Center plans stretch skyward

The North Beach Town Center development is another step closer to having some buildings that are 200 feet tall. The Miami Beach City Commission’s Land Use and Development Committee voted…

Filming in Miami: October 4, 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,…

FYI Miami: October 4, 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. GAMBLING RULE…

Spanish firm Cosentino finds success in Coral Gables

Spanish firm Cosentino finds success in Coral Gables

Cosentino is finding success in Coral Gables after moving its headquarters from Texas last year. The Spanish company, specializing in bathroom and kitchen countertops, has exceeded its tax incentive requirements,…

Price tag due for Coral Gables public safety building

Price tag due for Coral Gables public safety building

Construction manager the Weitz Company is to set a guaranteed maximum price for Coral Gables’ new public safety building by mid-October. The price tag is to include Aecom Technical Services…

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Miami approves creating parklets in city parking spaces

Miami approves creating parklets in city parking spaces

Miami city leaders are willing to try out a program designed to take back sections of paved street downtown devoted to parking and give it back to the people. The…

New work-at-home regulations offer a hint of the near future

New work-at-home regulations offer a hint of the near future

Traffic congestion is hastening a trend toward doing more business more of the time at home. If you don’t have to commute to get there, you’ve added productive time and…

Miami legislation could tighten waterfront property rules

Miami legislation could tighten waterfront property rules

City of Miami leaders have worked hard for years to increase and improve public access to the bountiful waterfront locations hugging and bisecting the growing urban area. The city charter…

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