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Okan Tower, to be Miami’s tallest, due in 2022

Okan Tower, to be Miami’s tallest, due in 2022

The Okan Tower is still on track to be finished in mid 2022, according to Okan CEO Kasim Badak. The $300 million project was put on hold because of the…

Miami Dade College to house KIPP Charter school building

Miami Dade College to house KIPP Charter school building

KIPP Miami and Miami Dade College have partnered to offer public school and college students pathways for educational advancement and professional development. As part of the new educational collaboration, Miami…

Car-free lifestyles create commercial development niches

Car-free lifestyles create commercial development niches

A car-free lifestyle and commercial real estate development opportunities are closely intertwined, a Miami Association of Realtors commercial conference panel exploring Transit Oriented Development agreed. “The real story in Florida…

CocoWalk full to brim with seven new leases

CocoWalk full to brim with seven new leases

The newly renovated CocoWalk mixed-use lifestyle center’s retail and office spaces are now fully leased, occupying over 235,000 square feet.  Owned by a joint venture comprised of Federal Realty Investment…

Only two bid to repair shuttered Dade County Courthouse

Only two bid to repair shuttered Dade County Courthouse

After a dozen companies came to an August pre-bid and site visit in the Dade County Courthouse basement, only two local companies bid to repair crumbling columns in the now-closed…

New Miami Worldcenter occupants set to open in 2022

New Miami Worldcenter occupants set to open in 2022

The Miami Worldcenter continues to fill space with retailers and merchants, with three new tenants set to open in early 2022. The $4 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development at 1010 NE…

Huh? Underline is to rapid transit as a fish is to a bicycle

Huh? Underline is to rapid transit as a fish is to a bicycle

As three planning committees this week begin to examine adding foot-and-bicycle-park Underline to the county’s six-corridor Smart plan to build vital rapid transit, our reaction is – huh? A 10-mile…

Grove’s Regatta Harbour says waterfront bar & grill is near

Grove’s Regatta Harbour says waterfront bar & grill is near

In a long-anticipated move, the developer of Regatta Harbour, The TREO Group, has announced plans for Bayshore Club, a new waterfront bar and grill that will be featured in the…

Bo Boulenger: Looks to health care’s future as Baptist’s new president

Bo Boulenger: Looks to health care’s future as Baptist’s new president

The love for his career started at a very young age, when Bo Boulenger, now president and chief operating officer of Baptist Health South Florida, saw his father working tirelessly…

FYI Miami: October 14, 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. BUILDING…

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