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Coconut Grove leaders, Freebee unit to aid restaurants

Coconut Grove leaders, Freebee unit to aid restaurants

Leaders of the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID) have found a novel way to help restaurants keep their doors open and retain their staffs, while help feed a restaurant-going…

Sophisticated professionals flood into Miami with hedge funds

Sophisticated professionals flood into Miami with hedge funds

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority and other business entities have made a concerted effort to woo hedge funds and other financial services firms to the area, and the effort is paying…

Federal Reserve interest rate slash a new banking hurdle

Federal Reserve interest rate slash a new banking hurdle

In addition to the day-to-day obstacles of running a financial service business in a competitive, regulated environment, Miami’s bankers now have the challenge of the Federal Reserve Bank’s surprise move…

Property insurance costs likely to soar

Property insurance costs likely to soar

There may be bright spots on the commercial insurance horizon – workers’ compensation among them – but property insurance won’t be one of them, said Mark Schwartz, CEO of Corporate…

Vast Plaza Coral Gables rising in segments

Vast Plaza Coral Gables rising in segments

At The Plaza Coral Gables, the largest multi-purpose complex ever to rise in that city, progress continues apace. “Our first temporary certificate of occupancy is within reach,” said a release…

As Miami Worldcenter rises, deals to sell its land continue

As Miami Worldcenter rises, deals to sell its land continue

Even as the giant Miami Worldcenter builds up and out, deals continue to take place. Recently, Miami Worldcenter Associates sold a 1-acre parcel for $27 million, and Miami’s Urban Development…

Baptist Health telehealth consumer participants total 60,000

Baptist Health telehealth consumer participants total 60,000

Baptist Health South Florida was a leader in telemedicine, and continues to hold the lead through innovation, said Danny Elfenbein, the hospital chain’s director of consumer and digital health solutions.…

Weekend set aside to help Biscayne Green take root

Weekend set aside to help Biscayne Green take root

April 17 to 19 has been set as the date for Biscayne Green Weekend, a demonstration project that will showcase how a fully imagined Biscayne Green, a project of the…

New Cocowalk to start opening in summer

New Cocowalk to start opening in summer

The redevelopment of Cocowalk, where some shops and the office building are scheduled to begin opening this summer, is one of the more talked-about projects in Coconut Grove. The shopping…

Downtown pays for look at closing some Biscayne Boulevard lanes

Downtown pays for look at closing some Biscayne Boulevard lanes

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously Friday to back Biscayne Green Weekend – three days of activations to evaluate the outcome of closing part of Biscayne Boulevard to…

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