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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 luxury hotel. …

Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

Miami Beach commissioners have approved $250,000 for dredging of the Biscayne Point Waterway and Collins Canal. Homeowners celebrated the decision after waiting nearly three decades for sediment removal. Sediment continues…

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Freight Farms Inc. and Energy Cost Solutions Group LLC. have entered negotiations with the City of Miami Beach to possibly establish hydroponic farming in North Beach. Commissioners are to weigh…

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Signage is up and permits have been pulled in preparation for the construction of celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster restaurant in Overtown, which will occupy the former Clyde Killens…

Red light cameras cited for unfair targeting

Red light cameras cited for unfair targeting

Cities operating red light cameras on US 1 in South Dade may disproportionately target nonresidents commuting from unincorporated areas, Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis Moss said Monday, adding that he plans to…

Roads area due Tru Hilton hotel geared to younger guests

Roads area due Tru Hilton hotel geared to younger guests

A new hotel brand that targets younger travelers is planning a new location in The Roads neighborhood of Miami. Benito Irastorza, president and chief executive officer of IRAS Group, is…

Miami moves toward filling in FEC Slip

Miami moves toward filling in FEC Slip

The Miami City Commission has taken the first step toward filling in the large FEC Slip abutting Maurice A. Ferré Park downtown. The potential move would add nearly 10 acres…

Brickell open-air riverfront site to offer 7 restaurants

Brickell open-air riverfront site to offer 7 restaurants

An elaborate plan for a family-oriented, open-air culinary experience on riverfront property in Brickell has the endorsement of the Miami River Commission. A company has leased vacant land at 431-451…

Baywalk funds flowing from Legislature

Baywalk funds flowing from Legislature

There could be some good news for Baywalk, the planned 5.7-mile pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly promenade that will hug Biscayne Bay and the Miami River. The Florida Legislature included $300,000 for…

Coconut Grove Playhouse restoration at turning point

Coconut Grove Playhouse restoration at turning point

Art Noriega, chief executive officer of the Miami Parking Authority, is predicting a win for Miami-Dade County’s restoration plan for the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The final decision rests in the…

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