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Wynwood team recommends an adaptive re-use building

Wynwood team recommends an adaptive re-use building

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is recommending approval of an adaptive re-use project designed to revive a high-profile corner in the booming Wynwood Arts District. The one-story building is at…

Albert Garcia: Wynwood leader aims to double 5.5 million visitor record

Albert Garcia: Wynwood leader aims to double 5.5 million visitor record

Albert Garcia considers himself an agent of change, a leader drawn to jobs and environments with steep challenges that offer equal or greater opportunities. Such is the case with his…

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FYI Miami: November 19, 2020

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Employers double down in looking after workers

Employers double down in looking after workers

Being an employer during normal times isn’t easy. It involves many moving pieces, the most important of which, naturally, is the workforce that keeps business going. Amid a pandemic that…

Downtown Miami developer seeks 37-story tower with all off-site parking

Downtown Miami developer seeks 37-story tower with all off-site parking

A 37-story mixed-use residential tower is planned for the heart of downtown Miami. To be called The District, the project will include 343 residential units, 2,297 square feet of commercial-retail…

Ocean Drive overhaul won’t come quickly, mayor says

Ocean Drive overhaul won’t come quickly, mayor says

Updating Miami Beach’s newly-named Art Deco Cultural District has been the talk of the city commission all fall, but a major change isn’t likely overnight.  At a workshop Sept. 17,…

County aims to replenish United Way of Miami-Dade assistance fund

County aims to replenish United Way of Miami-Dade assistance fund

With the deadline to use all of Miami-Dade’s Cares Act funds looming, commissioners Friday are to decide whether to reroute up to $18 million to the United Way of Miami’s…

Creative minds use ingenuity to map road to economic recovery

Creative minds use ingenuity to map road to economic recovery

As Miami-Dade continues to battle the novel coronavirus under “new normal” conditions, its path to recovery and prosperity relies in large part on creative minds whose ingenuity will pave the…

Miami Waterkeeper moving aggressively to save Biscayne Bay

Miami Waterkeeper moving aggressively to save Biscayne Bay

Miami Waterkeeper, a 10-year-old organization that advocates for South Florida’s watershed and wildlife, is aggressively involved in saving Biscayne Bay, whose endangered status has been exposed in recent months by…

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