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FYI Miami: August 22, 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. CRIME DIPS:…

Kathryn Mikesell: Brings global artists here, houses local artists affordably

Kathryn Mikesell: Brings global artists here, houses local artists affordably

For Kathryn Mikesell and her husband, Dan, the Fountainhead Residency and Studios began as ways for the arts enthusiasts to give back to the Miami arts community in a unique,…

Miami universities buck trend, add Chinese students

Miami universities buck trend, add Chinese students

Miami Business School welcomed 225 graduate students from China last week, around one-third of University of Miami’s business school total intake. Chinese graduate student enrollments doubled from last year, and…

Mega-yacht shiplift coming to renovated RMK Merrill-Stevens

Mega-yacht shiplift coming to renovated RMK Merrill-Stevens

RMK Merrill-Stevens, Florida’s first shipyard (founded in Jacksonville in 1885 and operating on the Miami River since 1923) will open its newly renovated and upgraded North Yard early next year.…

After years of study, premium Flagler transit a decade away

After years of study, premium Flagler transit a decade away

Three years after state transportation personnel began studying the project, premium transit on Flagler Street connecting downtown Miami to West Miami-Dade remains nearly a decade off. A Florida Department of…

Another pilot Miami scooter program may be rolled out

Another pilot Miami scooter program may be rolled out

As a six-month pilot program that saw the return of electric scooters to part of the City of Miami nears its end, the CEO of the Miami Parking Authority gave…

As PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizon

As PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizon

PortMiami, the world’s busiest cruise port in passengers by industry figures, is on course to maintain that distinction for the foreseeable future. Throughputs at the port in 2018 rose 4.7%…

Aviation bonds to save Miami-Dade $28 million

Aviation bonds to save Miami-Dade $28 million

In a move that will save nearly eight cents per dollar owed, Miami-Dade commissioners have authorized issuance up to $400 million in aviation revenue refunding bonds to repay bonds sold…

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Filming Miami: August 15, 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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