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City clears roadblock to restoration of Miami Marine Stadium

City clears roadblock to restoration of Miami Marine Stadium

Miami commissioners have passed zoning legislation essential to restore Miami Marine Stadium. Approved unanimously this month, the legislation would allow structures clearly designed for specific uses that no longer conform…

Jungle Island hotel plans check in with new backing

Jungle Island hotel plans check in with new backing

A Miami board is recommending special rezoning for the proposed Jungle Island hotel and the rest of the Watson Island land being leased by the city, moving the project closer…

Miami speeds to resolve Virginia Key Marina bid battle

Miami speeds to resolve Virginia Key Marina bid battle

With new players in the mix, the Miami City Commission has called for a special meeting next month to discuss the future of Virginia Key Marina. At last week’s virtual…

Wynwood streetscape plan gets a thumb’s-up

Wynwood streetscape plan gets a thumb’s-up

A proposed vision for greener and more pedestrian-friendly streets in Wynwood is a step closer to being realized. The Planning, Zoning and Appeals board recommended approval of the Wynwood Streetscape…

Brew pub with shipping container on top targets historic building

Brew pub with shipping container on top targets historic building

One of downtown’s most historic staples, the Alfred I. duPont Building, could soon be home to a microbrewery and brewpub that would boast a cantilevered shipping container. The City of…

Annie Lord: Leads Miami Homes For All to increase our housing stock

Annie Lord: Leads Miami Homes For All to increase our housing stock

Housing in Miami-Dade County is expensive, burdening Miamians across the county. Among entities trying to make Miami more affordable is Miami Housing for All, founded in 1985, which strives for…

Scooter fees geared for bike paths face detours

Scooter fees geared for bike paths face detours

Miami’s electric scooter pilot program was geared to generating funds for bicycle paths. But in the city’s financial strain because of Covid-19, some commissioners are balking at allocating about $1…

Alejandra Argudin: Takes reins of Miami Parking Authority in pandemic fight

Alejandra Argudin: Takes reins of Miami Parking Authority in pandemic fight

For Alejandra “Alex” Argudin, it’s always been about hard work.  From her time at the City of Miami to her rise up the ranks of the Miami Parking Authority, she…

Brightline might bypass five new rail platforms

Brightline might bypass five new rail platforms

New commuter rail in Northeast Miami-Dade would have up to five new platforms along Florida East Coast Industries’ line between downtown and an upcoming Aventura station but FECI’s Brightline won’t…

Long-awaited Underline sets opening date this fall

Long-awaited Underline sets opening date this fall

The Underline was always an ambitious concept, a $120 million 10-mile linear park that will weave through several municipalities, invigorating the space beneath the Metrorail. Now the Underline is preparing…

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