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Yacht show exits Beach, picks Genting land downtown

Organizers for the just-concluded Miami Yacht show are moving the 2019 show north of downtown Miami next to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and the Sea Isle…

Children’s museum put on notice it may have to move

A request by the Miami Children’s Museum for more city-owned land on Watson Island so it can expand has led city commissioners to debate the highest and best use for…

Delayed Flagler Street work delayed again for a new design

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted Friday to delay renovations on Flagler Street 90 days to consider suggestions made by Moishe Mana, an investor who has bought a portfolio…

A new 2-cent addition to gas tax likely to fuel transit corridor

The long-awaited SMART plan to fund Miami-Dade County’s six-corridor transit expansion is slowly coming into additional funding sources. The Transportation Planning Organization’s Fiscal Priorities Committee met Tuesday to discuss the…

Big delinquent water & sewer bills flow under a microscope

A constituent of Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava’s District 8 is pushing forward legislation to hold the county’s Water and Sewer Department more accountable for large delinquent bills, sending quarterly reports…

Luxury auto track and club zooms toward a county lease

A luxury auto track is rolling toward a county OK this week after propelling through committee last week, fueled by a slew of promises to rebuild the community. In 2005,…

Expanding City of Miami is leasing outside office space

Miami’s government is feeling the squeeze of growing pains and officials are looking for added office space. The city commission has just OK’d leasing more than 12,000 square feet in…

Miami votes to fight for share of profits from Miami Marlins sale

City of Miami leaders are calling foul after being told by the former owner of the Miami Marlins baseball team that he doesn’t owe the city a cent. Marlins ballpark…

Million-dollar-up home sales in Miami-Dade top 4,000 every month

Million-dollar single-family homes will continue to come on the Miami market as sales stay consistent, experts say. “So for example, in September there were 4,207 (multi-million dollar) houses listed, and…

County and $60 million Miami Wilds theme park working on a lease

Plans for a water park in Miami-Dade are drenched with environmental concerns. The $60 million Miami Wilds theme park plan for South Dade remains on the table despite criticisms. “We…

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