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Front Page » 2018 » November

New Flagler Street civil courthouse meets ‘significant cost inflation’

New Flagler Street civil courthouse meets ‘significant cost inflation’

A new Flagler Street civil courthouse that county commissioners OK’d in July has run into “significant cost inflation” due to costlier construction materials, higher interest rates and need for a…

Colleges and universities in Miami-Dade hunt international students

Colleges and universities in Miami-Dade hunt international students

Enrollment and retention rates of international students are rising for most colleges and universities in Miami-Dade. The increases for some institutions affirm the success of new recruitment strategies. Jody Glassman,…

Miami International Airport arrivals key to Miami Beach health

Miami International Airport arrivals key to Miami Beach health

Some in Miami Beach are looking to Miami International Airport arrival figures as a marker of the health of the city’s leisure and tourism industry, no longer relying solely on…

Miami Beach Convention Center hotel to open within 5 years

Miami Beach Convention Center hotel to open within 5 years

Miami Beach is finally coming into its own as a full-fledged convention destination after voters approved lease components of a hotel adjoining the newly-renovated Miami Beach Convention Center. Developer David…

Filming in Miami: November 15, 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,…

Made in Miami brand must manufacture excitement, funds

Made in Miami brand must manufacture excitement, funds

Miami-Dade commissioners last week agreed to have officials explore “Made in Miami” labels for what we make here. As a point of pride, we’d love labeling of our products. It…

FYI Miami: November 15, 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. GARAGES PARKED…

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Carlos de la Cruz Jr.: Supporting world’s largest ecosystem restoration project

Carlos de la Cruz Jr.: Supporting world’s largest ecosystem restoration project

Carlos de la Cruz Jr. has helmed several organizations, but his current work as chairman-elect and treasurer of The Everglades Foundation will likely be most impactful. “[It’s] the largest ecosystem…

Preserving historic districts pays off in Miami-Dade

Preserving historic districts pays off in Miami-Dade

Preserving historic districts isn’t just good for protecting Miami-Dade’s past for posterity’s sake; it’s also a smart financial investment, according to recent economic impact reports published by the county. “Together…

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