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Front Page » 2019 » October

48 closed-circuit cameras to keep eye on Wynwood

48 closed-circuit cameras to keep eye on Wynwood

By the end of the year, a network of 48 closed-circuit cameras and two license-plate readers will help reassure Wynwood revelers, diners, and shoppers that they can go about their…

Retail, condos, apartments advance at Miami Worldcenter

Retail, condos, apartments advance at Miami Worldcenter

Miami Worldcenter, the mega-project in the Park West area, is shaping up nicely, said Nitin Motwani, one of the principals. There have been 250 closings at Paramount, Miami Worldcenter’s landmark…

New Miami-Dade courthouse ahead of schedule at lower cost

New Miami-Dade courthouse ahead of schedule at lower cost

Talks leading to building a new civil courthouse on Flagler Street are “going well” with top-ranked development team Plenary Justice Miami LLC, according to Dan Chatlos, strategic programs director of…

Multi-million deal would run Virgin Trains into Port of Miami

Multi-million deal would run Virgin Trains into Port of Miami

Less than a week after they OK’d spending up to $76.7 million in taxpayer dollars on a new Virgin Trains station in Aventura, Miami-Dade lawmakers today (10/17) are to look…

Miami-Dade may target micro-housing to beat rising costs

Miami-Dade may target micro-housing to beat rising costs

Miami-Dade lawmakers may soon tell Mayor Carlos Giménez’s administration to take another look at micro-housing – including micro-apartments, tiny homes and accessory dwelling units – as a way to address…

Terminal Island residential tower in Coast Guard quandary

Terminal Island residential tower in Coast Guard quandary

A proposed project on Terminal Island in Miami Beach remains in limbo as the developer has yet to find a way to quash the concerns of the Coast Guard. Related…

Louie Carricarte: Groves owner branches out to hurricane disaster cleanup

Louie Carricarte: Groves owner branches out to hurricane disaster cleanup

Louie Carricarte’s path to agriculture was indirect. The founder and president of Unity Groves, a produce business growing hundreds of crops across 2,300 acres in the Redland, joined his family’s…

Business hotel to rise in Overtown

Business hotel to rise in Overtown

Construction of a sleek mid-rise hotel catering to the business traveler is expected to begin in Overtown during the first quarter of the new year, according to the developer. Central…

Filming in Miami: October 17, 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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