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Bid to slow soccer stadium on Melreese golf course stymied

Bid to slow soccer stadium on Melreese golf course stymied

A billion-dollar development to replace the golf course in city-owned Melreese Park keeps chugging ahead, but a zoning application for it met opposition from a commissioner who said Miami is…

Westchester Cultural Arts Center on the way

Westchester Cultural Arts Center on the way

West Miami-Dade residents will soon have a cultural arts center that will offer educational, recreational and community activities. At a groundbreaking June 26, the Westchester Cultural Arts Center continued a…

Near-zero fed interest rate offers opportunities

Near-zero fed interest rate offers opportunities

The near-zero fed rate can present a special opportunity to some, but it comes at a time of uncertainty, according to one local banker.  Bert Lopez, chief financial officer at…

Property values, Covid-19 cut vast hole in Miami Beach budget

Property values, Covid-19 cut vast hole in Miami Beach budget

The City of Miami Beach has held its first budget meeting for the next fiscal year and the financial outlook is dismal – and not just because of Covid-19. Nearly…

Shared scooters, mopeds, bikes frozen out of reopening

Shared scooters, mopeds, bikes frozen out of reopening

While restaurants, barbershops, beaches and more are reopening as Miami-Dade moves to a New Normal, a county order prohibiting common-use micro-mobility options such as shared scooters, mopeds and bikes remains…

Downtown Miami filled with cautious optimism as recovery begins

Downtown Miami filled with cautious optimism as recovery begins

Downtown Miami has not been Teflon during Covid-19. Still, there is cautious optimism the urban core could be seeing a return to normal, and some economic development opportunities could emerge…

Christina Crespi: Leading Downtown Development Authority into recovery

Christina Crespi: Leading Downtown Development Authority into recovery

Since she came back home from college, Christina Crespi has been involved in government. A Miami Beach native, her fondness for Miami Beach’s parks and recreation led her to her…

County urges state funding of Miami River Commission

County urges state funding of Miami River Commission

The Miami River Commission, the clearinghouse of the 5½-mile river that winds through the City of Miami to Biscayne Bay, hasn’t received funding from the state in recent years. Because…

Olympia Theater program puts preservation ahead of profit

Olympia Theater program puts preservation ahead of profit

The Olympia Theater’s future has been uncertain for some time now, with several ventures bringing forth plans for the historic building – only to fall to the wayside.  Now a…

Otto Boudet-Murias: Developing Yacht Harbour on Dinner Key, and more

Otto Boudet-Murias: Developing Yacht Harbour on Dinner Key, and more

One of the most highly anticipated projects in Coconut Grove is Regatta Harbour, in Dinner Key by Miami City Hall. The project stands to transform the industrial site into a…

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