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Front Page » 2020 » December (Page 2)

Doral transforms parks with dozen-plus sculptures

Doral transforms parks with dozen-plus sculptures

The City of Doral has transformed public parks and places into art exhibits with more than a dozen of artist Manolo Valdés’s larger-than-life sculptures. In partnership with the Doral Contemporary…

Filming in Miami: December 31, 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,…

County-developer deal around Dolphin Station nears

County-developer deal around Dolphin Station nears

Negotiations with an unnamed company to develop up to 44 acres around Dolphin Station in West Dade are nearing the homestretch, says the project’s chief supporter, Miami-Dade Commission Chairman-elect Jose…

Holiday Magic in Miami added to visitors bureau list of lures

Holiday Magic in Miami added to visitors bureau list of lures

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is hoping to spread a little Holiday Magic with its latest campaign aimed at boosting local hotels and businesses, which Chief Operating Officer…

Wynwood mixed-use project gets design backing

Wynwood mixed-use project gets design backing

One of the largest mixed-use projects coming to the booming Wynwood Arts District has received the support of an important review board. AMLI Wynwood is designed to bring 316 residential…

To regain magic, Lincoln Road big boxes may be limited

To regain magic, Lincoln Road big boxes may be limited

Lincoln Road will soon undergo a roughly $50 million facelift, but Miami Beach commissioners are questioning if another step needs to be taken to bring back the “magic” on the…

Low interest, flight from North fuel Miami home sales boom

Low interest, flight from North fuel Miami home sales boom

Miami’s residential real estate market had a booming second half of 2020 driven by low mortgage rates and northern flight, and local experts don’t see the success slowing anytime soon.…

Jungle Island hotel plans check in with new backing

Jungle Island hotel plans check in with new backing

A Miami board is recommending special rezoning for the proposed Jungle Island hotel and the rest of the Watson Island land being leased by the city, moving the project closer…

Transportation chief’s biggest task is marketing, not building

Transportation chief’s biggest task is marketing, not building

As she hunts for a new transit director, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levina Cava has a unique opportunity to energize mobility beyond the usual vast capital spending that we long have…

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