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Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

The Village of Key Biscayne’s ongoing request for federal assistance in combating beach erosion, rising seas and other effects of climate change has taken another step forward, said Roland Simimy, the village’s first chief resilience and…

Miami Marine Stadium champion looks to concerts revenue bonanza

Miami Marine Stadium champion looks to concerts revenue bonanza

The key to a financially successful restored Miami Marine Stadium will be concerts, says Don Worth, who has devoted much time for more than a dozen years to getting the…

Miami-Dade housing rents dip a hair

Miami-Dade housing rents dip a hair

As the vaccine rollout allows the economy to slowly reopen and replenish jobs, the need for multifamily rental spaces has increased throughout Miami-Dade County. So far in 2021, the average…

Miami may have a lock to host FIFA World Cup

Miami may have a lock to host FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is coming to North America in summer 2026, and Miami-Dade is vying for a roughly 16/17 chance to be a host city and, potentially, the media…

Zoo Miami plucks Atlanta star to be new leader

Zoo Miami plucks Atlanta star to be new leader

Zoo Miami has brought in William Elgar, formerly director of zoological operations for the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, as its new director. He replaces Carol Kruse, who retired. Now in…

Ad-funded scooter charging stations on way

Ad-funded scooter charging stations on way

Micro-mobility charging stations are coming to the City of Miami to help power and organize the numerous scooters now in use. At its March meeting, the city’s Off-Street Parking Board…

Miami Beach envisioned after sea level rise

Miami Beach envisioned after sea level rise

With two to three feet of sea level rise predicted in the next 50 years, what will Miami Beach look like in 2070? This is the question graduate architecture students…

Virginia Key has boat ramp funds, but plan may sink

Virginia Key has boat ramp funds, but plan may sink

The fate of a $1.25 million state grant to pay for half of a new boat ramp and trailer parking area on Virginia Key is in doubt as a city…

82-acre Doral Central Park begins development

82-acre Doral Central Park begins development

Construction to build-out Doral Central Park has officially begun after city officials broke ground Monday, closing the park to the public until further notice. With phases two and three scheduled…

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

At a press conference on the steps of Miami Senior High School, the City of Miami announced this month the beginning of a countdown leading up to the 125th anniversary…

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