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Front Page » 2019 (Page 46)

FYI Miami: January 31, 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. MANGROVE REPLACEMENT:…

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Steven Sonberg: Steers fast-growing Holland & Knight amid legal changes

Steven Sonberg: Steers fast-growing Holland & Knight amid legal changes

As managing partner at Holland & Knight, Steven Sonberg oversees the operations, growth and direction of the firm, which boasts 1,400 attorneys at 28 worldwide locations, including international offices in…

Miami International Airport joins Brazil’s post office to aid e-commerce

Miami International Airport  joins Brazil’s post office to aid e-commerce

Shipments that took weeks and sometimes months to travel from the US to Brazil will now arrive in days as part of a new expedited shipping service partnership between Miami…

Iconic Miami Beach welcome sign may become LED display

Iconic Miami Beach welcome sign may become LED display

The iconic Miami Beach entrance sign on the Julia Tuttle Causeway could be seeing significant changes in 2019. Jim Morrison Productions, the company behind many of the lighting designs and…

Filming in Miami: January 31, 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,…

Miami Marlins to join Major League Baseball to fund youth academy

Miami Marlins to join Major League Baseball to fund youth academy

The Miami Marlins will join Major League Baseball in funding a nonprofit Urban Youth Academy in Miami-Dade County, a team spokesman says. The academy would fulfill a 2007 promise from…

Technology to enhance traffic flow on Miami-Dade radar

Technology to enhance traffic flow on Miami-Dade radar

Big plans are up the road to improve Miami-Dade mobility in 2019, as county transportation personnel look to technology to enhance traffic flow and a transit advocacy nonprofit’s plan to…

Coral Gables removes 100 street signs, may pull more

Coral Gables removes 100 street signs, may pull more

By Katherine Lewin Over the past month alone, more than 100 city street signs have been removed from Coral Gables, according to Assistant Public Works Director Jessica Keller. Those signs…

20-story residential tower to be build in shadow of Metrorail

20-story residential tower to be build in shadow of Metrorail

A developer plans to bring a residential building with 10,000 square feet of amenities to a fast-growing area of Miami, in the shadow of one of the busiest Metrorail stations.…

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