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Front Page » 2018 (Page 2)

Brazil visitors to Miami by air growing again after dip

Brazil visitors to Miami by air growing again after dip

More than 6% additional air passengers have flown from Brazil to Miami this year, expanding our influx from our visitor industry’s one-time leading source of guests and tourist spending. Total…

Brickell City Centre expansion to help fund public housing

Brickell City Centre expansion to help fund public housing

It could be two to three years before work starts on the next phase of sprawling Brickell City Centre, but when it does the City of Miami will get $1…

Downtown Development Authority to help fund Underdeck under I-395

Downtown Development Authority to help fund Underdeck under I-395

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted Friday to commit $50,000 to the development of the open space under I-395 as the Underdeck, a linear park that is meant to…

Filming in Miami: December 20, 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: December 20, 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. COFFEE CO.…

Purchase approval of Brickell Bank by Benhamous awaited

Purchase approval of Brickell Bank by Benhamous awaited

It seems the sun may be setting on the purchase approval of Brickell Bank this year. Chairman and CEO Frederick Reinhardt, who expected the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s thumbs-up in…

Extension to State Road 836 could carry 92,000 cars a day

Extension to State Road 836 could carry 92,000 cars a day

Some designs for the southwestern extension to State Road 836 veered too far west. Other routes flanked properties on Southwest 167th Avenue too tightly. Last week, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority…

Daniel Kodsi: Developing in second-largest US ongoing urban project

Daniel Kodsi: Developing in second-largest US ongoing urban project

Daniel Kodsi is one of the lead developers in the second-largest urban development in the nation: Miami Worldcenter. But before being a prominent Florida developer, as an 11-year-old and the…

Dinner Key Marina may go to bid for private operator

Dinner Key Marina may go to bid for private operator

Miami has long run Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove, the state’s largest wet slip marine facility. In January, city commissioners will consider whether to turn over operation to the…

A holidays gift: transit ridership takes a turn for the better

A holidays gift: transit ridership takes a turn for the better

Has Miami-Dade transit turned a corner? Are years of rider losses near an end? Is spending on new trains and buses paying off? Suddenly those questions become relevant because evidence…

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