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Miami board again votes against a downtown Melo skyscraper

Miami board again votes against a downtown Melo skyscraper

A Miami review board has unanimously recommended denial of plans for a skyscraper downtown from The Melo Group, advice the outgoing city planning director ignored for another Melo project that…

Biscayne Boulevard residential tower with grocery wins OK

Biscayne Boulevard residential tower with grocery wins OK

A large development bringing together more than 500 residential units and a major grocer has garnered a positive vote. Crescent Heights of America Inc. and its affiliated entities propose 2900…

Miami-Miami Beach ferry service ‘at one-yard line’

Miami-Miami Beach ferry service ‘at one-yard line’

Poseidon Ferry LLC, soon to offer daily waterborne commuter transportation between Miami and Miami Beach, will officially launch with an evening Music Cruise on Nov. 6, said CEO Johnathan Silva.…

Miami-Dade single-family home sales near buying frenzy

Miami-Dade single-family home sales near buying frenzy

Fueled by shrinking supply and rising demand, Miami-Dade single-family home sales are close to a buying frenzy, with median sale prices increasing for 106 consecutive months and rising 15.2% in…

Fewer than 1% download Covid contact tracing app

Fewer than 1% download Covid contact tracing app

It’s been more than a month since Miami-Dade unveiled its mobile contact-tracing app. So far, despite promotional efforts by the county and the app’s potential to help stem the spread…

Miami Beach’s Flamingo Park fastest to Slow Streets

Miami Beach’s Flamingo Park fastest to Slow Streets

Flamingo Park has new “rules of the road” thanks to a pilot that will encourage pedestrian activity and slow driving in the area, and more county neighborhoods may soon follow…

Super Bowl economic impact touches down at $571 million

Super Bowl economic impact touches down at $571 million

The Kansas City Chiefs may have walked out of Hard Rock Stadium with the Lombardi Trophy in February, but many Miami businesses won Super Bowl LIV – and two more…

Karin Wilkins: Designing communications education for a new era at UM

Karin Wilkins: Designing communications education for a new era at UM

When Karin Gwinn Wilkins left her longtime higher education home at the University of Texas at Austin to become dean of the University of Miami (UM) School of Communication, she…

Filming in Miami: October 29, 2020

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,…

Cross-bay transit is vital, but blank-check deal is all wrong

Cross-bay transit is vital, but blank-check deal is all wrong

Miami-Dade made a costly bet plopping down $8 million for designs of a multi-billion-dollar monorail in a deal with a global firm whose true interest is a mammoth gambling resort.…

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