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Trump National Doral hurricane shelter blown away

Negotiations for Miami-Dade to lease Trump National Doral Miami hotel rooms as hurricane shelters are dead, according to the county department head who launched talks of the possibility. Frank Rollason, director of the county Office of Emergency…

Wynwood Business Improvement District used Zika model

Wynwood Business Improvement District used Zika model

Since the start of the pandemic, the Wynwood Business Improvement District has been ahead of the game by preparing its business members and stakeholders for what was to come.  The…

Long-awaited Underline sets opening date this fall

Long-awaited Underline sets opening date this fall

The Underline was always an ambitious concept, a $120 million 10-mile linear park that will weave through several municipalities, invigorating the space beneath the Metrorail. Now the Underline is preparing…

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Coral Gables hopes to unveil within three months the first pilot of an engineered pole concept that consolidates smart city technologies such as 5G antennas, traffic cameras and WiFi hotspots…

Three-judge panel weighs Coconut Grove Playhouse future

Three-judge panel weighs Coconut Grove Playhouse future

A panel of three judges from the Appellate Division of the 11th Circuit Court will determine the fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, which is considered one of the Miami-Dade’s…

Miami-Dade hotels focus on new trends, beefed-up safety

Miami-Dade hotels focus on new trends, beefed-up safety

Since Miami-Dade authorities gave local hotels the green light to reopen this month, hoteliers from luxury resorts to family-owned businesses have evaluated their business plans, focused on new trends and…

Miami-Dade arts groups adjusting to comply with New Normal

Miami-Dade arts groups adjusting to comply with New Normal

Like every Miami-Dade small business transitioning to a new normal and excited to reopen its doors, local performing arts groups are adjusting to comply with health officials’ safety regulations and…

Despite virus challenge, Miami advances Allapattah project

Despite virus challenge, Miami advances Allapattah project

The City of Miami’s planning and zoning department staff has adjusted to Covid-19 and not been prevented in needed reviews for the many development projects in the pipeline. A good…

No long-term pandemic impact on Miami residential values

No long-term pandemic impact on Miami residential values

Brokers say the current Covid-19 crisis unlikely to have a lasting effect on Miami’s residential real estate market. “Miami-Dade single-family home pricing has been very resilient in previous recessions –…

Leonard Abess wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Leonard Abess wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Philanthropist Leonard L. Abess, chairman & CEO of thinkLAB Ventures, has been a devoted steward of the environment for decades, quietly funding research and educational facilities as well as fostering…

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