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Cocowalk’s transformation rolling forward

Cocowalk’s transformation rolling forward

Visionaries behind CocoWalk’s transformation say they are on track to debut the outdoor mall in the spring of 2020 as construction continues and tenant leases prove to be fruitful. The…

Wave of redevelopment engulfs North Miami Beach

Wave of redevelopment engulfs North Miami Beach

A wave of redevelopment spurred by zoning changes enacted by the City of North Miami Beach has ushered in new market-rate housing, expanded commercial development, and even the prospect of…

FYI Miami: March 14, 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. BACK TO…

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell: Targets healthcare, gun reform, climate issues, immigration

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell: Targets healthcare, gun reform, climate issues, immigration

Most political hopefuls aim lower after a failed bid at office. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell aimed higher. Following an unsuccessful 2016 run for the Florida Senate, the former associate dean of Florida…

The Plaza Coral Gables, city’s largest development, on track

The Plaza Coral Gables, city’s largest development, on track

Plans are on schedule for the first section of the mixed-use The Plaza Coral Gables – which includes the north office and residential towers and north retail space – to…

Miami OKs deal for lighted park under I-395

Miami OKs deal for lighted park under I-395

Miami city commissioners have approved the first step of a deal with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to help design and manage several blocks of land under a rebuilt…

Miami-Dade waffles on proper use of transit tax funds

Miami-Dade waffles on proper use of transit tax funds

Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday punted on whether to stop using “half-penny” tax funds to pay for transit services that existed before 2002, the year voters approved the tax to expand transportation…

University of Miami Health System OKs North Miami center

University of Miami Health System OKs North Miami center

The University of Miami Health System plans to debut a medical center in a $4 billion mixed-use development in North Miami called Solé Mia, with a target opening date in…

PortMiami dredging hinges on Army Engineers test simulation

PortMiami dredging hinges on Army Engineers test simulation

The decision on whether to proceed with another round of dredging at PortMiami will depend on results of a harbor simulation at an Army Corps of Engineers testing facility, part…

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