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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…

Atomik’s smiling oranges won’t dribble onto basketball court yet

Atomik’s smiling oranges won’t dribble onto basketball court yet

A smiling orange won’t be rolling onto a Liberty City basketball court just yet – certainly not in time for Miami Art Week. Miami’s Arts in Public Places Board unanimously…

Miami Beach waterways restoration flowing ahead

Miami Beach waterways restoration flowing ahead

The Waterway Restoration Project for the City of Miami Beach is finally funded and moving steadily through an exhaustive planning and permitting process. City officials report that the entire process…

Balance delicate between new Wynwood residents and area

Balance delicate between new Wynwood residents and area

As residents begin to fill up new residential units in Wynwood, complaints about noise and loud throngs of partiers are frequently heard. Accommodating the newcomers while retaining the neighborhood’s freewheeling…

Fifth delay shoves 22-acre Little Haiti project vote to February

Fifth delay shoves 22-acre Little Haiti project vote to February

An application for a 22-acre Little Haiti project has stagnated in a City of Miami board, with members deferring action once again because the developer hasn’t got an adequate traffic…

New Miami-Dade courthouse ahead of schedule at lower cost

New Miami-Dade courthouse ahead of schedule at lower cost

Talks leading to building a new civil courthouse on Flagler Street are “going well” with top-ranked development team Plenary Justice Miami LLC, according to Dan Chatlos, strategic programs director of…

Miami to vote on conservancy to run Maurice Ferré park

Miami to vote on conservancy to run Maurice Ferré park

After the passing of former Mayor Maurice Ferré last month, the Miami City Commission will vote on an agreement with a new not-for-profit conservancy for the management of a waterfront…

Coral Gables ban on Styrofoam hinges on Supreme

Coral Gables ban on Styrofoam hinges on Supreme

In its ongoing fight to uphold its ban on Styrofoam and single-use plastic bags, Coral Gables will now take its case directly to the Florida Supreme Court. “We requested that…

Eye-opening look at new vistas in 33 acres under I-395

Eye-opening look at new vistas in 33 acres under I-395

Downtown’s overseers just got an eye-opening look at what the Underdeck – the 33 acres beneath a redesigned I-395 – could be like when today’s barriers disappear and events and…

Miami looks at luxury Virginia Key hotel at civil rights museum

Miami looks at luxury Virginia Key hotel at civil rights museum

To help revitalize Virginia Key Beach and create a stable funding stream for a civil rights museum to rise there, Commissioner Keon Hardemon proposed a potential source of revenue: a…

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