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FYI Miami: March 25, 2021

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. ELECTRIC…

We again need unity to bar casino perils from Miami-Dade

We again need unity to bar casino perils from Miami-Dade

Whenever our economy slides, would-be casino owners look to Miami for a free lunch. All that keeps them from the lunch table is state law that bans casinos here and…

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Frankie Ruiz: Marathon founder now running new show: Miami wellness

Frankie Ruiz: Marathon founder now running new show: Miami wellness

Frankie Ruiz, who turned his lifelong passion of running into a career and built up Miami’s athletic community in the process, is taking on a new role as the City…

Four national, global firms sign Downtown Doral office leases

Four national, global firms sign Downtown Doral office leases

The Offices at Downtown Doral, a mixed-use office campus within the suburban town center of Doral, has announced leases for four new tenants at 8333, the campus’s class “A” office…

Miami to audit all other cities in street closure fight with county

Miami to audit all other cities in street closure fight with county

Miami City Commissioner Joe Carollo wonders why 32 street closures in Coral Gables have gone unchallenged by Miami-Dade County while barriers on a few streets in the Silver Bluff neighborhood…

Coral Gables sounds out merchants on adding street music

Coral Gables sounds out merchants on adding street music

Coral Gables city commissioners favor possibly easing noise prohibitions near and around the Central Business District. During their March 9 commission meeting, Commissioner Michael Mena brought up a discussion on…

Melreese soccer development seen as airport safety threat

Melreese soccer development seen as airport safety threat

Several county departments have joined the agency that runs Miami International Airport (MIA) in citing safety, traffic and commercial concerns with a soccer stadium complex proposed on nearby City of…

Wells Fargo moving Coconut Grove office into city-owned garage

Wells Fargo moving Coconut Grove office into city-owned garage

Regatta Harbour, the mixed-use development at the helm of Coconut Grove’s waterfront revitalization, has attracted a notable tenant. Project developer The TREO Group– a Miami-based, privately-held real estate investment firm…

Miami-Dade raises the roof over plans to cut roof insurance coverage

Miami-Dade raises the roof over plans to cut roof insurance coverage

Homeowners in Florida with roofs 10 years old or more could see their replacement coverage diminished by bills now advancing in Tallahassee that would substantially change the state’s property insurance…

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