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Elvis Dumervil: After pro football career, he builds rental realty empire

Elvis Dumervil: After pro football career, he builds rental realty empire

Elvis Dumervil sits in his office underneath a large sign designed to look like the railroad property in the Monopoly board game. At the bottom of the sign beneath the…

Baptist Health South Florida enters generic drug business

Baptist Health South Florida enters generic drug business

Baptist Health South Florida is entering the generic drug business through Civica Rx, a new not-for-profit generic drug company. Baptist Health will be a founding member, along with 12 other…

‘Great and exciting improvements’ due at Miami Circle

‘Great and exciting improvements’ due at Miami Circle

The Miami Circle site at Brickell Point, which once belonged to the Tequesta Indians, could finally be seeing some major improvements. The Florida Department of State is “finalizing plans to…

Florida economic development team sets Casablanca mission

Florida economic development team sets Casablanca mission

Small and mid-sized Florida businesses in industries like energy, infrastructure, agricultural equipment and healthcare could find great new opportunities in Morocco, according to Enterprise Florida Inc. Enterprise, the state’s economic…

University of Miami unveils residence complex plan

University of Miami unveils residence complex plan

Coral Gables’ city commission unanimously passed three ordinances on first reading Tuesday amending land use, zoning code and a development agreement between the city and the University of Miami at…

SeaVee Boats preparing to double manufacturing space

SeaVee Boats preparing to double manufacturing space

SeaVee Boats hopes to move into its new 220,000-square-foot manufacturing site on 10 acres in August, though the construction firm, TA Builders, is hoping for May, according to Vice President…

Plaza Coral Gables advances, adds funding for public

Plaza Coral Gables advances, adds funding for public

The Plaza Coral Gables’ second amended development agreement passed unanimously in the city commission last week with one small change – a $2.7 million gift from developer Agave Plaza Trustee…

Brazil visitors to Miami by air growing again after dip

Brazil visitors to Miami by air growing again after dip

More than 6% additional air passengers have flown from Brazil to Miami this year, expanding our influx from our visitor industry’s one-time leading source of guests and tourist spending. Total…

Daniel Kodsi: Developing in second-largest US ongoing urban project

Daniel Kodsi: Developing in second-largest US ongoing urban project

Daniel Kodsi is one of the lead developers in the second-largest urban development in the nation: Miami Worldcenter. But before being a prominent Florida developer, as an 11-year-old and the…

Coral Gables tinkers with fate of oldest downtown building

Coral Gables tinkers with fate of oldest downtown building

The final document to pull a demolition permit for the old LaSalle Cleaners building in downtown Coral Gables was to be submitted Wednesday of this week, according to the lawyer…

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