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Miami Beach Convention Center hotel to open within 5 years

Miami Beach is finally coming into its own as a full-fledged convention destination after voters approved lease components of a hotel adjoining the newly-renovated Miami Beach Convention Center. Developer David Martin says Miami Beach Mixed Use…

Miami International Airport baggage handling improvements top $230 million

Miami International Airport baggage handling improvements top $230 million

An additional $46.3 million will be spent to improve baggage handling systems at Miami International Airport, raising the project’s cost to $230.8 million, as Miami-Dade commissioners in July approved the…

No doldrums: new jobs spurt up in manufacturing, construction giving Miami-Dade County’s economy a boost

No doldrums: new jobs spurt up in manufacturing, construction giving Miami-Dade County’s economy a boost

Growing jobs are giving Miami-Dade County’s economy a solid boost in the heat of summer months that decades ago were known only for the off-season doldrums. Both the US Bureau…

Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

A new college apprenticeship program launched in May by Miami Dade College in collaboration with the US Department of Labor, Florida Department of Education and major partners in targeted industries…

Weak credit score may not be home mortgage deal-breaker

Weak credit score may not be home mortgage deal-breaker

Residential borrowers may want to weigh in on their credit before applying for a mortgage, seeing that those with a poor score may pay $15,000 more for interest costs alone…

Florida Chamber Foundation’s trade office here aims to build economy

Florida Chamber Foundation’s trade office here aims to build economy

“Florida 2030,” a study by the Florida Chamber Foundation, is focusing on the state’s population increase and how to prepare for the influx through infrastructure and jobs, and a Florida…

SeaVee Boats set to replace five sites, add 100 jobs

SeaVee Boats set to replace five sites, add 100 jobs

SeaVee Boats is probably two to three weeks away from receiving the final necessary building permits from Miami-Dade County to begin construction of its new facility, according to Ariel Pared,…

Federal Reserve Bank focuses on Miami’s economy

Federal Reserve Bank focuses on Miami’s economy

Florida’s construction business is booming, while job prospects continue to decline in information, the most recent statewide employment index from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta shows. Statewide construction employment,…

Enterprise Florida mission heads for China this week

Enterprise Florida mission heads for China this week

Enterprise Florida is taking 13 small and mid-sized state companies on an export mission to Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China, this week, including one from Miami-Dade and one from Port…

South Florida commercial insurance rates ‘dodged bullet’

South Florida commercial insurance rates ‘dodged bullet’

South Florida’s commercial insurance rates have “dodged a bullet” after weathering a series of natural disasters. It was expected for rates to spike from 10% to 25% in 2018, but…

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