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Wireless connections in downtown parks may soon be live

If all goes as planned, connections for wireless communication in the City of Miami’s two downtown parks will be available by year’s end. This will also result in a new…

Super Bowl LIV team ironing out details of temporary marina

ommittee is ironing out details for a temporary marina at Bayfront Park on Biscayne Bay downtown to open a week before next year’s game. Members say they expect the addition…

Courthouse work upheaval imperils library, history museum

As development talks progress for a new Miami-Dade civil and probate courthouse, representatives of nearby public institutions say some construction details, if unaddressed, could threaten their very existence. During a…

Surgeries rise 10% after Mount Sinai opens new tower

The move into Mount Sinai Medical Center’s seven-story Skolnick Surgical Tower on Feb. 2 “went extremely well,” and surgical volumes are already up 10%, said Steven D. Sonenreich, president and…

Jackson’s assets grow but system operating losses mount

The Jackson Memorial Hospital campus in the Health District of Miami continues to grow and evolve. In order to accommodate changes there, the City of Miami needed to allow a…

Support flows for a Miami affordable housing summit

Dennis Moss’ planned “Affordable Housing Summit” is already stirring interest among his peers, with Miami-Dade County commission Chairwoman Audrey Edmonson telling the District 9 commissioner, “You’re making us all look…

Big Bayside Marketplace change to lop off top level

le at Bayside Marketplace, says Senior General Manager Pamela Weller, with major construction on the horizon for the north side. Ms. Weller’s team remains in the permitting process for the…

Omni’s development agency says its area still blighted

Directors of the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) have voted 2-1 to accept an assessment of need study that said there is still slum and blight in the area, necessitating…

Pump’s ‘heart attack’ brings 720,000-gallon sewage spill

Roughly 720,000 gallons of sewage from a malfunctioned pump station flooded a storm drain running into Haulover Inlet this month, prompting warnings against swimming, fishing or boating off the Miami-Dade’s…

Miami team heads to icy Northeast to lure businesses

Representatives of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority, the Beacon Council, and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau were scheduled to venture to the frozen Northeast (temperatures predicted in the 20s…

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