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Coral Gables central business district healthy, adding on

Coral Gables central business district healthy, adding on

Though last year was a tough one for the restaurant, retail and entertainment industries, occupancy is high in Downtown Coral Gables and the city, along with organizations like the Business…

Multi-use Wynwood project with hotel wins design OK

Multi-use Wynwood project with hotel wins design OK

A plan to construct a building 12 stories high in Wynwood, bringing residential units, hotel rooms and an internal courtyard with commercial-retail uses, gained a positive vote from the Wynwood…

Miami International Airport gives 63 tenants another break

Miami International Airport gives 63 tenants another break

A year-old program forgiving rent and other payments by shops, restaurants, luggage wrappers and car rental companies at Miami International Airport (MIA) will continue past mid-2021 as business remains far…

Long-awaited Flagler Street revamp days from starting

Long-awaited Flagler Street revamp days from starting

After many starts and stops and years of inaction and delay, the City of Miami is days away from mobilizing its latest plan for improving Flagler Street downtown. “We are…

Zoo Miami claws its way back from covid

Zoo Miami claws its way back from covid

Some of Miami-Dade’s family-friendly animal-related attractions are seeing increasing crowds heading into summer, and staff say this could finally be the year that Zoo Miami hits the million-visitor mark.  County-owned…

Miami Beach Convention Center lineup grows

Miami Beach Convention Center lineup grows

The Miami Beach Convention Center is arising from pandemic shutdowns with 20 events and counting lined up for the rest of 2021, including the annual meeting of The Aesthetic Society…

Coral Gables may extend outdoor dining breaks into 2022

Coral Gables may extend outdoor dining breaks into 2022

Under Coral Gables’ incoming mayor Vince Lago’s administration, restaurants will be able to use outdoor vacant lots and parking lots beyond the June 15 extended expiration date. Coming in May,…

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FYI Miami: April 29, 2021

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Dr. Rudolph Moise: A versatile president of Dade County Medical Association

Dr. Rudolph Moise: A versatile president of Dade County Medical Association

Dr. Rudolph “Rudy” Moise’s passion for learning may only be rivaled by a love of service. As a 17-year-old Haitian immigrant, he had to learn quickly to graduate from high…

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