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Front Page » 2019 » June (Page 4)

Related Group’s plan for Terminal Island tower sails ahead

Related Group’s plan for Terminal Island tower sails ahead

Miami Beach commissioners have asked their Land Use and Development Committee to consider altering land use and zoning on Terminal Island for residential use. Related Group is behind the request…

Public-private development could transform Palmetto Bay

Public-private development could transform Palmetto Bay

Palmetto Bay will wait until next month to decide whether to proceed with a public-private project that, if approved, promises to transform the village’s downtown area into a modern city…

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Signage is up and permits have been pulled in preparation for the construction of celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster restaurant in Overtown, which will occupy the former Clyde Killens…

Karyn Cunningham Palmetto Bay mayor seeks creation of vibrant downtown

Karyn Cunningham Palmetto Bay mayor seeks creation of vibrant downtown

Palmetto Bay Mayor Karyn Cunningham believes that everyone has tipping points in life, occasions when enough factors are in play to spur positive change. For her, that moment came after…

Massive I-395, I-95, SR 836 and signature bridge work rolling

Massive I-395, I-95, SR 836 and signature bridge work rolling

All three pieces of the $802 million design-build project encompassing I-395, I-95 and SR 836 are underway and on-schedule, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) spokesperson Oscar Gonzalez said. Mr. Gonzalez…

Naeem Khan fashion studio and school gets new plan

Naeem Khan fashion studio and school gets new plan

A modified plan for a fashion studio and school on riverfront land owned by Miami-Dade County earned support Monday from the Miami River Commission. On a 9 to 4 vote,…

Red light cameras cited for unfair targeting

Red light cameras cited for unfair targeting

Cities operating red light cameras on US 1 in South Dade may disproportionately target nonresidents commuting from unincorporated areas, Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis Moss said Monday, adding that he plans to…

Vote coming on Jackson South Medical Center expansion

Vote coming on Jackson South Medical Center expansion

Significant additions to Jackson South Medical Center will wait until June 20 for an OK, as Miami-Dade lawmakers Tuesday deferred a hearing and vote on plans to expand the Kendall…

Film incentives get added boost to lure productions

Film incentives get added boost to lure productions

County lawmakers just made Miami-Dade even more attractive for TV and film productions, voting Tuesday to reduce minimum requirements for tax rebates for filming here. The change comes less than…

Developer proposes partnership on Miami’s Olympia Theater

Developer proposes partnership on Miami’s Olympia Theater

A developer is proposing a public-private partnership with the City of Miami for one of the city’s most valuable gems: Olympia Theater. Details of the proposal haven’t been formally released,…

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