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County looks at bus route outsourcing votes, one by one

In response to community complaints of inferior bus service and overlong wait times, Miami-Dade lawmakers are to decide Tuesday whether to change county policy to require that they approve all…

Miracle Mile vacancies fill, restaurant mix gets stronger

Much has been made of vacancies on Miracle Mile – and whether the street’s long renovation had a chilling effect – but the situation is far from dire, said Francesca…

Hungary now 14th nation with Coral Gables consular office

A Hungarian consulate has opened in Coral Gables to high demand. Consul General Petra Katalin Schmitt is juggling settling into the first-full time Hungarian consulate in South Florida and managing…

Traffic is so bad that US 1 acts as east-west wall, state find

In what might be the least surprising survey result in South Florida history, a two-month query of residents’ opinions of US 1 deduced that respondents consider traffic congestion the corridor’s…

Miami Beach gives its Alton Gateway requested changes

Miami Beach commissioners have unanimously modified the Alton Gateway Development with five changes at developers’ request for a site that will greet visitors entering the city via the MacArthur Causeway.…

52 months of million-dollar condos inventory crowds market

Whether Miami’s high-end condominium market is in the doldrums depends upon who you ask. While nearly everyone knows the inventory of properties priced at above $1 million is high, some…

New office buildings might loosen landlords’ tight grip

When it comes to Miami office space, landlords have the upper hand now, but that may change as new buildings come into the marketplace, observers say, “We’ve had a five-year…

Miami’s chase for Amazon HQ called once-in-lifetime hunt

Miami’s failed drive to win a second headquarters site for Amazon helped pull the community together for future massive opportunities, but probably there won’t ever be a site location prize…

Virginia Key board to talk about Ultra Music Festival

The Virginia Key Advisory Board plans to discuss the 2019 Ultra Music Festival during its 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, meeting at Miami City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive. The…

Manager says 2020 Ultra will be better, but where will it be?

Each new day was better than the day before, and next year will be better than this year. That is the overall appraisal of Miami City Manager Emilio González on…

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