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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…

Historic Olympia Theater in for a facelift

Historic Olympia Theater in for a facelift

The historic Olympia Theater in downtown Miami is in store for a million-dollar facelift, with help coming from a sizable state grant. The City of Miami owns the aging and…

Zoo Miami misses million-visitor goal, tries again

Zoo Miami misses million-visitor goal, tries again

Zoo Miami failed to reach its goal of a million visitors in the year ended Sept. 30 but did celebrate its second-highest annual total since opening in 1948. Now, the…

Miami Yacht Show cruising across bay from Miami Beach

Miami Yacht Show cruising across bay from Miami Beach

Producers plan to move the Miami Yacht Show from Miami Beach to the City of Miami’s Omni area beginning in 2019. Yachting Promotions Inc. is asking the city for a…

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District gets new lease on life

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District gets new lease on life

Property owners have granted another 10 years to the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District’s lifespan. The organization has just won approval by a 61% vote from property owners within its…

Four-block-long street mural coming to Wynwood

Four-block-long street mural coming to Wynwood

A mural spanning four blocks in Wynwood is expected to arrive next spring. The organization leading efforts to revamp Northwest Third Avenue plans to collaborate with 200-plus volunteers in either…

Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers

Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers

Investors are advancing a plan to build a boutique hotel on a vacant lot on the Miami River, with an adjacent food plaza offering dining options. On Monday, the Miami…

Miami Today unveils Book of Leaders with 52 Achievers

Miami Today unveils Book of Leaders with 52 Achievers

Overlooking the glittering Miami skyline from the 36th floor, invited guests last week saluted the 52 community leaders who are featured in the 2018 Book of Leaders, which compiles a…

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