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Miami Beach OKs bonds for 38 projects

Miami Beach has approved the first tranche of $153 million of a $439 million general obligation bond issuance. The city plans to undertake 38 of the 57 projects the entire bond program is to fund. The tranche…

North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown works on incubator linkup

North Miami’s Chinatown is working on a collaboration among the city, Trinity Church and the business school at Johnson & Wales University. This project, which will manifest physically around the…

Urban Land Institute shows Miami Beach a path to resiliency

Urban Land Institute shows Miami Beach a path to resiliency

The City of Miami Beach is preparing to live with water in a much deeper way. As the climate continues toward warmer temperatures and South Florida’s coastal cities see more…

Allen Morris-Related Group projects in talks for Coral Gables

Allen Morris-Related Group projects in talks for Coral Gables

There is still no deal between Coral Gables and developers to turn two city-owned Andalusia Avenue garages into multi-use buildings. The original deadline for the city and the developers, Coral…

Miami-Dade County Healthcare Department survey taps into residents’ participation in local healthcare

Miami-Dade County Healthcare Department survey taps into residents’ participation in local healthcare

The Miami-Dade County Health Department is running a public “wellbeing survey” to better formulate its Community Health Improvement Plan, a forthcoming five-year assessment of residents’ participation in local healthcare. Feedback…

Navigation apps have waze of annoying neighborhoods

Navigation apps have waze of annoying neighborhoods

For many drivers braving the country’s increasingly congested roadways, navigation apps like Waze, Google Maps and Apple Maps are a godsend, empowering them to circumvent gridlock through alternate thoroughfares and…

North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

North Miami moves closer to Chinatown architectural plan

The proposed Chinatown in North Miami is moving closer to solidifying some design plans. The city could be requesting proposals for architecture firms in the next few weeks, according to…

Miami-Dade Mayor zaps bid for mini-parks in parking spaces

Miami-Dade Mayor zaps bid for mini-parks in parking spaces

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez has zapped a 20-month-old proposal by former County Commissioner Juan Carlos Zapata that would have led to mini-parks, called parklets, spread in parking spaces among streets…

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

A developer plans to transform a corner block in Little Havana into a mixed-use apartment building lined by retail shops. Altman Development Corp. is proposing to construct a project called…

Doral awaits residential projects approved before this year

Doral awaits residential projects approved before this year

Almost every block in Doral awaits a new residential and mixed-used project approved prior to 2018. The centralization of a live-work-play lifestyle only fuels a higher demand for a growing…

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