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Front Page » 2019 » March

Miami seeks proposals for major bayfront development

Miami seeks proposals for major bayfront development

Maurice A. Ferré, a long-time City of Miami mayor, is not happy that the city that just renamed a waterfront park in his honor plans major redevelopment of adjacent city-owned…

Miami-Dade sets jobs records galore

Miami-Dade sets jobs records galore

As Florida’s jobless rate rose in February for the second straight month, Miami-Dade shrank unemployment to its lowest rate ever with total persons on the job an all-time high, chalking…

American Airlines club deal nets county $80 million

American Airlines club deal nets county $80 million

A deal to expand American Airlines’ VIP club space at Miami International Airport (MIA) by more than 52% and yield Miami-Dade County more than $80 million over a decade is…

Alton Gateway changes marching forward

Alton Gateway changes marching forward

The Alton Gateway developers have proposed changes in their original plans for the condominium tower, park and retail off the MacArthur Causeway entrance to Miami Beach. The amendments passed a…

Filming in Miami: March 28, 2019

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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FYI Miami: March 28, 2019

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. GAS GOING…

County shuts barn door after milking its tax cash cow dry

County shuts barn door after milking its tax cash cow dry

County commissioners have just unanimously decided that, come October, Miami-Dade’s half percent transit tax will for the first time be used the way voters were promised it would. Bravo. Unfortunately,…

University of Miami dorms learning sites

University of Miami dorms learning sites

When the University of Miami administration decided to replace its 50-year-old dorms with two sleek new clusters of mixed-use buildings, the focus changed. “This isn’t just housing; it’s an extension…

Ex-Mayor Maurice Ferré pleads to bar bayfront Ferris wheel

Ex-Mayor Maurice Ferré pleads to bar bayfront Ferris wheel

One of Miami’s most revered and celebrated former mayors, Maurice A. Ferré, this week delivered a strong message to current leaders at City Hall: Save the waterfront. In a detailed,…

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