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Overtown tower to have 98 of 616 units micro-sized

Overtown tower to have 98 of 616 units micro-sized

A developer plans a mixed-use apartment tower in Overtown providing more than 600 rental units, with nearly 100 being micro-sized. Atlantic Pacific Communities LLC plans to build Block 45 at…

PortMiami deals to create 27,500 jobs, mayor says

PortMiami deals to create 27,500 jobs, mayor says

It took all of an hour for Miami-Dade lawmakers to sign off en masse last week on a series of terminal agreements that promise to maintain PortMiami’s distinction as the…

Eye-opening look at new vistas in 33 acres under I-395

Eye-opening look at new vistas in 33 acres under I-395

Downtown’s overseers just got an eye-opening look at what the Underdeck – the 33 acres beneath a redesigned I-395 – could be like when today’s barriers disappear and events and…

Miami-Dade’s first fleet of electric buses draws nearer

Miami-Dade’s first fleet of electric buses draws nearer

Miami-Dade is close to ordering its first fleet of electric buses. The Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust, which manages the countywide “half-penny” transit tax, last week OK’d spending $72.2 million to…

Consumer prices in South Florida rise faster than nationally

Consumer prices in South Florida rise faster than nationally

Consumer prices in South Florida rose more quickly than those nationally in the 12 months through August, two new reports from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics show. The increase…

Ex-Fed executive sees interest rate changes tied to political pressure

Ex-Fed executive sees interest rate changes tied to political pressure

With the Federal Reserve cutting the federal funds interest rate for the second time this year, a former employee of the Federal Reserve and Miami-based banker said the move has…

What’s the worst question in government: Where’s mine?

What’s the worst question in government: Where’s mine?

How election candidates view a job is vital: is it to serve the public or themselves? Some winners think they won not just a seat at the table but a…

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FYI Miami: September 26, 2019

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Fed’s rate cuts ignite mortgage industry, real estate

Fed’s rate cuts ignite mortgage industry, real estate

Fluctuations in the federal benchmark interest rate have ignited the mortgage industry, observers say. Last week, the Federal Reserve Bank lowered the rate by one-quarter of a percentage point, from…

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