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Front Page » 2019 (Page 64)

Affordable housing development on track beside Transitway

Affordable housing development on track beside Transitway

A Pinnacle Housing Group affiliate has closed on financing for Verbena, a $31 million transit-oriented affordable housing development just off the Miami-Dade Transitway at Southwest 282nd Street alongside US 1.…

Miami’s first rules on sea level rise target raised structures

Miami’s first rules on sea level rise target raised structures

The City of Miami is pursuing changes to the Miami 21 zoning code to address sea level rise, and the proposed legislation is gaining support. City officials’ first attempt at…

Miami-Dade jobs shoot skyward, led by construction

Miami-Dade jobs shoot skyward, led by construction

Late 2018 Miami-Dade jobs data shot skyward in virtually every category, as unemployment fell to its lowest level since at least 2007, the labor force grew but those at work…

Six big Miami-Dade library projects awaiting state grants

Six big Miami-Dade library projects awaiting state grants

Miami-Dade is waiting on $3 million in state grant funds before proceeding with six library projects expected to cost a combined $31.1 million. Commissioners Dec. 18 approved submission for –…

George Feldenkreis: Leads Perry Ellis to navigate changing business climate

George Feldenkreis: Leads Perry Ellis to navigate changing business climate

For George Feldenkreis, 2018 was a comeback year as the Perry Ellis International chairman reassumed control of the business he launched in Miami-Dade more than half a century ago. In…

Filming in Miami: January 3, 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,…

A 1958 scrapbook illustrates today’s infrastructure gaps

A 1958 scrapbook illustrates today’s infrastructure gaps

As Greater Miami’s population mushroomed over decades, we’ve had no shortage of developers building the places where we live and work. What we’ve been woefully short of is the pivotal…

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