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Front Page » 2019 » July

Mayor Giménez seeks sweeping county facilities upgrade

Mayor Giménez seeks sweeping county facilities upgrade

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez hopes to leave behind one more legacy when he exits after his final term next year: the Countywide Infrastructure Investment Program (CIIP), a 20-year, $1.8 billion…

Hard Rock Stadium getting pedestrian bridges, tunnels

Hard Rock Stadium getting pedestrian bridges, tunnels

Construction to link pedestrians to Hard Rock Stadium is 70% complete and is expected to conclude in two months. By the end of September, a pedestrian bridge over the Florida…

Sliver of Brickell that held Babylon can have 24-story tower

Sliver of Brickell that held Babylon can have 24-story tower

Miami commissioners have allowed owners of a Brickell area property that was previously limited to eight stories to build up to 24, despite Chairman Ken Russell and nearly all of…

Ultra harmed UM’s Rosenstiel School, dean says

Ultra harmed UM’s Rosenstiel School, dean says

The University of Miami has long had a presence on Virginia Key, and school officials say they were adversely impacted when the Ultra music festival was staged nearby in March.…

Early-stage venture accelerators nourish a network

Early-stage venture accelerators nourish a network

As 500 Startups reflects on a strong launch and works to further nourish a network, or ecosystem, of resources available to its entrepreneurs, other local early-stage venture fund and seed…

Train wreck’ forecast on Miami International Boat Show needs

Train wreck’ forecast on Miami International Boat Show needs

How will the city make a successful go of operating a restored Miami Marine Stadium and the so-called flex park it fronts if the Miami International Boat Show is allowed…

Next Generation brings youth to Miami Beach government

Next Generation brings youth to Miami Beach government

The voices of Miami Beach’s youngest generations are now loudly heard thanks to the city’s Next Generation Council. Miami Beach residents from 18 to 36 created their own way to…

FYI Miami: August 1, 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. $1 LAND…

Filming in Miami: August 1, 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,…

Nicolette Brent: British consul general brings county a new sister city

Nicolette Brent: British consul general brings county a new sister city

Nicolette Brent felt the draw of public service from a young age, and she came by that sense of duty honestly. Her grandfather had served in the military, and her…

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