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Pinnacle Housing Group affordable senior housing hailed

County officials joined developer Pinnacle on Friday to hail the opening of new affordable transit-oriented housing for seniors in South Miami-Dade as they cut the ribbon at the 123-unit, seven-story Caribbean Village.  The project – the…

Scooters speeding to become permanent on Miami streets

Scooters speeding to become permanent on Miami streets

The future for electric scooters in the city of Miami could be six more months, a permanent stay or an abrupt end. If the current pilot effort becomes a full-fledged…

City of Miami bond wave will target parks, culture spending

City of Miami bond wave will target parks, culture spending

By April or May, the list for the next round of projects under the City of Miami’s $400 million general obligation bond could be sent for commission approval, with climate…

Miami Beach seeks interest in running one of oldest buildings

Miami Beach seeks interest in running one of oldest buildings

It’s one of Miami Beach’s oldest buildings. Now, city commissioners want to drum up ideas for use of the Carl Fisher Clubhouse. Mayor Dan Gelber and the city commission discussed…

South Beach Business Improvement District advances

South Beach Business Improvement District advances

A special district aimed at improving the safety and appeal of Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue is inching toward reality.  At last week’s meeting, Miami Beach commissioners gave their preliminary…

Schedule of the multi-day partying for Super Bowl

Schedule of the multi-day partying for Super Bowl

Miami certainly knows how to throw a party and this year’s Super Bowl is the perfect excuse to plan one. And oh what a party it is, like a seven-layer…

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

A new Morningside Park swimming pool seems all but certain to be built away from its historic but long-closed waterfront site. But new features could be coming to mitigate the…

Miami’s scooter pilot program walks a tightrope

Miami’s scooter pilot program walks a tightrope

The City of Miami’s scooter pilot program has once again been extended, this time to mid-February, with its long-term future still up in the air. Chairman Ken Russell, the district…

Underdeck under I-395 underfunded $30 million or more

Underdeck under I-395 underfunded $30 million or more

Negotiating the particulars of the proposed Underdeck – the 33 acres underneath a redesigned I-395 – is proving difficult, with a funding gap of more than $30 million, members of…

Suit aims to wrest control of historic Olympia Theater from Miami

Suit aims to wrest control of historic Olympia Theater from Miami

With the historic Olympia Theater in the heart of downtown seemingly in limbo, the City of Miami is facing a lawsuit over its handling of the property. Last month, The…

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