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Indoor salmon farming pioneer seeks grant to add jobs

Still on schedule to finish by July the first of three stages for building its sprawling Redland facility, indoor fish farming company Atlantic Sapphire wants $5 million in public funds to start the next phase. Miami-Dade commissioners…

Cocowalk’s transformation rolling forward

Cocowalk’s transformation rolling forward

Visionaries behind CocoWalk’s transformation say they are on track to debut the outdoor mall in the spring of 2020 as construction continues and tenant leases prove to be fruitful. The…

Brickell City Centre to produce fire station, riverwalk

Brickell City Centre to produce fire station, riverwalk

As Brickell City Centre prepares to grow again in the next couple of years, the next phase of construction will include a fire station and a public riverwalk. The fire-rescue…

Miami International Airport gains in on-time performance

Miami International Airport gains in on-time performance

Miami International Airport’s on-time flight performance, as analyzed and reported by the Official Airline Guide (OAG), brought it up to ninth place globally in 2018, an improvement over its ranking…

Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

The office market in the central business district and Brickell is solid, observers say, and not likely to be blown off course anytime soon. “The market in downtown and Brickell…

136,000 expected to visit Miami International Boat Show

136,000 expected to visit Miami International Boat Show

When the 78th annual Miami International Boat Show sails into the former Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key Feb. 14, following in its wake will be $53 million in spending…

Lawmakers look to change zoning to allow banks on wheels

Lawmakers look to change zoning to allow banks on wheels

A business model that transformed part of the restaurant industry could soon be used by financial institutions to reach out-of-the-way and underserved Miami-Dade residents, as lawmakers are looking at changing…

2019 employment picture for Miami appears solid

2019 employment picture for Miami appears solid

The 2019 employment picture for Miami appears solid, observers say, though some factors could tap the brakes on their optimism. “Overall, 2019 is going to be another year for South…

Florida economic development team sets Casablanca mission

Florida economic development team sets Casablanca mission

Small and mid-sized Florida businesses in industries like energy, infrastructure, agricultural equipment and healthcare could find great new opportunities in Morocco, according to Enterprise Florida Inc. Enterprise, the state’s economic…

Small business lending steady, with hopes for a spurt

Small business lending steady, with hopes for a spurt

Small business lending remains steady, with experts forecasting activity picking up in 2019. Frank Gallo, senior commercial lender with Tropical Financial Credit Union, sees smooth sailing on lending volume compared…

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