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Miami Beach sees pedestrian future for Ocean Drive

Miami Beach sees pedestrian future for Ocean Drive

Miami Beach has applied for a county permit to keep Ocean Drive pedestrianized, but the short-term future of the iconic road is still up for debate. In May 2020 the…

University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

A projected physician shortage still looms over the US even as medical school acceptance rates hover in the single digits, but the magnitude of the shortage anticipated by the Association…

Opening of Jackson West in Doral finally firm

Opening of Jackson West in Doral finally firm

Jackson West Medical Center will open its doors to patients Aug. 2, while staff will be in the building starting July 12 according to CEO Eddie Borrego. The opening of…

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Miami-Dade’s tourism industry is surpassing many comparable 2019 statistics despite a glaring lack of international, convention and cruise travel. At the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s State of the…

Jerry Plush: Transitions Amerant from a subsidiary to a community bank

Jerry Plush: Transitions Amerant from a subsidiary to a community bank

Jerry Plush, a veteran of the finance industry, is leading Amerant Bancorp’s transition from a subsidiary to a community bank as the institution’s newest CEO. Mr. Plush took on the…

Miami Beach drives to be more bicycle friendly

Miami Beach drives to be more bicycle friendly

Miami Beach officials are looking to continue progress toward becoming a more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly city by closing gaps in their riding networks and looking at future pilot and legislative…

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

With the economy reopening and talks starting about a pedestrian promenade connecting Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and Española Way, Miami Beach officials are looking at installing more temporary public art…

Regency Tower Coral Gables set to start luxury residences

Regency Tower Coral Gables set to start luxury residences

Codina Partners aims to begin site preparation this year for a luxury residential project aimed at empty-nesters and those looking to “right-size.” “Regency Tower Coral Gables,” said Executive Chairman Armando…

Timing troubles some as Flagler Street revamp starts

Timing troubles some as Flagler Street revamp starts

After years of starts and stops, contractors broke ground last month on the first phase of a long-awaited project that will revamp downtown Miami’s Flagler Street. But some business owners…

Developers move fast to meet Miami’s growth needs

Developers move fast to meet Miami’s growth needs

As Miami continues to rebound from the pandemic, developers are making their mark by building new towers and infrastructure to meet the current and future needs of the city. Rishi…

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