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Diverging Diamond highway interchanges due for fall debut

Diverging Diamond highway interchanges due for fall debut

It’s a delicate balance overseeing several small projects in the grand scheme of State Road 836 improvements for the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX). As a result of shifting priorities, MDX…

Enrollments, tuitions rising at Miami’s private high schools

Enrollments, tuitions rising at Miami’s private high schools

More parents seeking personalized attention and smaller classrooms for their teens are driving up interest in Miami-Dade’s private high schools, where application numbers are rising with tuition increases steadily following…

Miami-Dade County Public Schools have $60 million plan for downtown

Miami-Dade County Public Schools have $60 million plan for downtown

More classrooms and new classmates are coming to four elementary schools in Brickell and downtown as the school system looks to increase capacities in the city’s core. Miami-Dade County Public…

Prime interest rate hikes benefit biggest of depositors most

Prime interest rate hikes benefit biggest of depositors most

Prime interest rate hikes mean bank customers may have more money in their pocket. As local interest rates rise, long-time savers may see the difference in the coming months. “The…

New projects adorn Biscayne Bay at Edgewater

New projects adorn Biscayne Bay at Edgewater

New projects adorn Biscayne Bay at Edgewater. As six developments take a step toward completion, some locals wonder when more goods and services will also follow the real estate boom…

20 largest office buildings paid $51 million in taxes

20 largest office buildings paid $51 million in taxes

Property owners might gain new appreciation for large office buildings nearby as a result of new research that indicates office towers offset real estate tax obligations for surrounding properties while…

Three more years of construction to revamp Bayside Marketplace

Three more years of construction to revamp Bayside Marketplace

No makeover happens overnight, as Bayside Marketplace proves. The downtown open-air market spanning almost 17 acres, which hosts over 180 businesses, plans to continue construction for the next three years.…

Swire Properties plans residential towers on old Tobacco Road site

Swire Properties plans residential towers on old Tobacco Road site

Financing trends may make units at a new Brickell development by Swire Properties and Isanic Hyundai Trading Inc. ripe for the picking. Swire plans to collaborate with Carlos Mattos’s company,…

Markers Grove Isle battles way to condo starting line

Markers Grove Isle battles way to condo starting line

Markers Grove Isle on Fair Isle is marked by controversy. Developer Eddie Avila expects the $200 million project to place the Grove community on par with Tahiti Beach in Coral…

Miami International Airport improves for on-time flights

Miami International Airport improves for on-time flights

Jetsetters flying from Miami International can expect their aircraft to be, far more likely than not, on schedule. Organizations including the Official Aviation Guide of the Airways (OAG) and the…

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