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Ridesharing use accelerates 63% at airport

Ridesharing use accelerates 63% at airport

Commuters are relying more every year on Lyft and Uber to move around Miami. The companies aim to meet the demand and work alongside public transit with the same goal…

Governments safeguard data from cyber threats

Governments safeguard data from cyber threats

Miami-Dade County and the county’s cities are safeguarding their financial data through multi-layered approaches, protecting information from a variety of hackers on the prowl. The county and the cities shelter…

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Freight Farms Inc. and Energy Cost Solutions Group LLC. have entered negotiations with the City of Miami Beach to possibly establish hydroponic farming in North Beach. Commissioners are to weigh…

Triple Five Worldwide gets American Dream Mall on road

Triple Five Worldwide gets American Dream Mall on road

Canadian developer Triple Five Worldwide says it is on schedule as highway bids due this month will eventually lead to its American Dream Mall. The project is moving steadily after…

Related Group’s plan for Terminal Island tower sails ahead

Related Group’s plan for Terminal Island tower sails ahead

Miami Beach commissioners have asked their Land Use and Development Committee to consider altering land use and zoning on Terminal Island for residential use. Related Group is behind the request…

New World Symphony funded for 4k wallcast technology

New World Symphony funded for 4k wallcast technology

The New World Symphony has secured $3.8 million from a general obligation bond issue that allows the organization to install 4K technology in its home at the New World Center.…

University of Miami Rosenstiel School team fishes for mahi farms

University of Miami Rosenstiel School team fishes for mahi farms

A University of Miami team researching sustainable commercial mahi-mahi farming is aiming to shift the public’s preference toward eating a whole fish at a meal rather than fillets and seeking…

Approval rates rise for small business lending

Approval rates rise for small business lending

Approval rates for small business lending continue to grow and those in finance say it is all thanks to a strong economy. But traditional lenders are rethinking their lending strategies…

Jackson Health System pushes on for a Doral hospital

Jackson Health System pushes on for a Doral hospital

Jackson Health System remains in active litigation against Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration to obtain a certificate of need for its proposed José Milton Memorial Hospital at the Jackson West…

Miami Jewish Health advances memory care village

Miami Jewish Health advances memory care village

Miami Jewish Health sees its garage taking shape during phase one of constructing its S. Donald Sussman Empathicare Village. Phase one is to be completed by the summer and lead…

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