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Miami will try again soon to hike parking, marina rates

Miami will try again soon to hike parking, marina rates

For a third time, Miami commissioners put off a final vote to hike parking rates Oct. 25, while continuing to study increasing rates at city-run marinas. A staff study of…

Allapattah to get 8 acres of offices, apartments, hotel, retail, farming, school

Allapattah to get 8 acres of offices, apartments, hotel, retail, farming, school

A developer is promising a cutting-edge mixed-use project in the heart of Allapattah’s industrial district, bringing a hotel, apartments, offices, retail and restaurants, urban farming and a school. Miami Produce…

Cross Bay Express trolley is a passenger-carrying reality

Cross Bay Express trolley is a passenger-carrying reality

The City of Miami’s new Cross Bay Express trolley is a reality. City elected leaders and officials are touting the service as another important transportation alternative in the region where…

Miami parking price hike held hostage for marinas rate raise

Miami parking price hike held hostage for marinas rate raise

Commissioner Joe Carollo is holding up a final vote to raise parking rates until he’s assured Miami will hike fees at city marinas too. For the second time this fall,…

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

The Florida Department of Transportation is looking to the City of Miami to develop and run a 30-acre illuminated park under a rebuilt and elevated I-395 and its long-planned “signature…

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

City commissioners are prepared to OK hefty Miami parking rate hikes today (10/11), but the jump won’t impact city residents – though parking officials still must figure out how to…

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

A new revenue stream will bring in dollars to the Bayfront Park Management Trust for the next decade after the Miami City Commission approved a deal for cellular equipment installations…

Bus depot in Omni beneath a Genting hotel rolls ahead

Bus depot in Omni beneath a Genting hotel rolls ahead

The plan for a brand new bus terminal in the Omni neighborhood can advance after the recent move by the City of Miami to approve a street closure. At their…

$200,000 check stalls Virginia Key marinas eviction by city

$200,000 check stalls Virginia Key marinas eviction by city

The City of Miami’s eviction of the private operator of its marina on Virginia Key is on hold, after Rickenbacker Marina Inc. had its attorney show up at City Hall…

Miami approves creating parklets in city parking spaces

Miami approves creating parklets in city parking spaces

Miami city leaders are willing to try out a program designed to take back sections of paved street downtown devoted to parking and give it back to the people. The…

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