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More businesses sign leases as CocoWalk prepares to reopen

More businesses will be coming to CocoWalk in anticipation of the spring 2020 reopening of the Coconut Grove staple. Restaurants Sushi Garage and Botanico Gin and Cookhouse and fashion boutique…

Those 25 mph speed signs in Gables might soon be legal

Well over a year after Coral Gables installed 158 new 25 miles per hour speed limit signs on city streets, Miami-Dade lawmakers may finally have authorized the city to do…

Coral Gables seeks cost estimates to bury its power lines

Perhaps without knowing how soon their concerns would be magnified, the Coral Gables City Commission on Aug. 27 discussed getting cost estimates from Florida Power & Light to bury power…

770-home Lennar plan for farmland nears OK

A 770-home development on a previously undeveloped region of farmland and vacant parcels in Homestead could be one step closer to approval, depending on how Miami-Dade lawmakers were to have…

Rezoning 140 Omni sites could add workforce housing

A rezoning of more than 35 acres in the Omni area that would lead to more affordable and workforce housing was to be considered by the City of Miami’s Planning,…

Innovation puts Miami Business School in growth mode

Innovation and flexibility have allowed the University of Miami’s business school to buck the national trend of flat or declining enrollments in graduate business programs and in turn boost the…

Coral Gables allows Gulliver to add to rolls, consolidate

The Coral Gables City Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a boost in Gulliver Schools’ enrollment from 1,162 to 1,240 students, which opens the door for the institution to consolidate two…

Support lingers among leaders for a Miami River tunnel

Though plans for a long-discussed tunnel under the Miami River in Brickell seem to be shelved, there’s support for a tunnel among city leaders. “The Brickell bridge has developed a…

Coral Gables buying three lots beside church for a park

Residents in the area of the Granada Presbyterian Church, 950 University Dr. in Coral Gables, will soon enjoy a new park, thanks to the city’s purchase of three vacant lots…

$50 bank deposits kick off for incoming kindergartners

Seed money for growing a better community. That’s basically the core definition of a brand new program to establish thousands of Children’s Savings Accounts or CSAs for area children. To…

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