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Wynwood takes wide range of steps to keep pace with pedestrians

Wynwood takes wide range of steps to keep pace with pedestrians

After recent preliminary approval by the Miami City Commission, the Wynwood Streetscape Master Plan will apply environmental sustainability and climate resiliency to current and future major developments throughout the neighborhood.…

Miami looks at how to check hotels into riverfront industrial areas

Miami looks at how to check hotels into riverfront industrial areas

While the City of Miami could soon allow hotels in its industrial areas, questions on how it would affect the marine-related industries along the Miami River dominated Monday’s discussion. Commissioners…

Miami City Ballet dorm in public park leaps ahead

Miami City Ballet dorm in public park leaps ahead

Miami Beach is one step closer to getting a seven-story combination workforce housing, ballet dorm and cultural center tower in Collins Park, after the city’s Planning Board unanimously passed three…

After voter rejection, fate of Miami Beach Marina project up in air

After voter rejection, fate of Miami Beach Marina project up in air

Miami Beach voters on Nov. 3 effectively rejected the sale of city property and air rights at the Miami Beach Marina to developer Terra Group for a multimillion-dollar renovation. Now,…

Ludlam Trail winds through courts to the public

Ludlam Trail winds through courts to the public

As a lawsuit over adjacent property owners’ land rights moves through the court system, residents interested in the 5.6-mile Ludlam Trail project can learn more about it tonight (11/19) during…

In pandemic, brighter spotlight on science and research

In pandemic, brighter spotlight on science and research

Scientists have been thrust into the spotlight this year as Miami-Dade County and the world battle threats to community health and wellbeing.  The search for a Covid-19 vaccine has taken…

Miamians step up in economic and health crises

Miamians step up in economic and health crises

Real character shows itself during trying circumstances. It’s an age-old axiom, but Miami-Dade residents – no strangers to natural disasters – have again been reminded of its trueness in the…

Miami Parking Authority contest aims to support restaurants

Miami Parking Authority contest aims to support restaurants

The Miami Parking Authority (MPA) announced Monday the launch of the “We are where you dine” campaign, in partnership with PayByPhone, designed to support Miami restaurants leading up to the…

Miami-Dade giving schools funds in coronavirus battle

Miami-Dade giving schools funds in coronavirus battle

Miami-Dade public schools will get a $15 million funding bump to cover coronavirus-related safety expenses ranging from additional on-site nurses and contact tracing to laptops for students attending classes remotely.…

Miami Beach seeks offices construction deal for three city parking lots

Miami Beach seeks offices construction deal for three city parking lots

Miami Beach is ramping up efforts to increase Class A office space and economic activity other than tourism in the city by soliciting interest in the development of three municipal…

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