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Transfer of Jungle Island lease for upgrade due in month

Less than a month away from closing their deal, the new Jungle Island leaseholders are excitedly looking forward to hitting the ground running with a $10 million investment in the…

Beach trails all competitors in convention chase

Every competing convention site has an attached hotel averaging 2,150 rooms as Miami Beach struggles to get voters to OK an 800-room convention hotel, a Blue Ribbon Steering Committee was…

Florida Freight Advisory Committee adds to team

Richard Dubin, longtime Miami River Marine Group member and past president, has been named to the Florida Freight Advisory Committee, according to Mark Bailey, executive director of Miami River Marine…

State transit funds cap off Miami’s transit legs 

The Florida Department of Transportation issued an opinion stating that a state cap on funding for transit projects won’t apply to the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan, City…

The forest for the trees – honors for Miami

  Today in Orlando, the City of Miami Parks and Recreation Department was to be recognized by the Florida Urban Forestry Council for “Outstanding Urban Forestry Program,” part of its…

County moves to tweak planning notice rules

Miami-Dade’s Government Operations Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation regarding planning, amending public notice requirements and statutory references for evaluation and appraisal of the Comprehensive Development Master Plan (CDMP). According…

County votes yes in $20 million gasoline buy

Miami-Dade’s Government and Operations Committee on Tuesday approved a request by the county’s Internal Services operations for an additional five years and spending authority up to $20,781,000 for various petroleum…

Miami ousts 12 billboards in swap for 3 LEDs

Miami city commissioners have approved of a new deal designed to remove a dozen billboards in exchange for three light-emitting diode (LED) billboards. On March 9 commissioners approved the third…

Getting small Miami building permit a 310-day slog

Planning to get a building permit in the City of Miami for your new home? Prepare to wait – a long time. Typically, it takes 310 days to get a…

Rail connection could skyrocket Homestead market

Though there are challenges, Homestead has potential as does its commercial real estate market, particularly if it can be connected by rail to Miami’s core business districts, observers say. The…

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