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Miami River office space swap could cost City of Miami $150 million

The City of Miami is preparing to devote $150 million toward its new government office complex near the Miami River, as part of a complicated deal to turn over city land to a private developer who…

Film incentives get added boost to lure productions

Film incentives get added boost to lure productions

County lawmakers just made Miami-Dade even more attractive for TV and film productions, voting Tuesday to reduce minimum requirements for tax rebates for filming here. The change comes less than…

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight may end up in court

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight may end up in court

The battle over the fate of the long-closed Coconut Grove Playhouse lingers on. Miami-Dade County, garnering approval of its restoration plan from the Miami City Commission on a split vote,…

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

After years of controversy, countless meetings, administrative appeals and lawsuits, the City of Miami may be ready to move ahead with a new operator for its marinas on Virginia Key.…

Miami-Dade looks at redeveloping Government Center

Miami-Dade looks at redeveloping Government Center

Ten months after Miami-Dade lawmakers reclaimed control over properties around Government Center, they’re one vote from looking at redeveloping the area. Commissioners in committee Tuesday voted for an item that…

Florida Legislature removes long-time healthcare rules

Florida Legislature removes long-time healthcare rules

In the session that just ended, the Florida Legislature removed decades-old laws designed to regulate the healthcare industry. It significantly watered down the certificate of need (CON) process, allowed ambulatory…

Coral Gables public safety building a fast build

Coral Gables public safety building a fast build

Construction is on schedule for Coral Gables’ new public safety building, but plans for the art installation by the main entrance face months of delay. Construction on the public safety…

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Although the City of Miami’s free trolley system extends to all corners of the city, no dedicated route serves the Liberty City area. That may be about to change –…

Colombia’s envoy in Miami eyes technology

Colombia’s envoy in Miami eyes technology

Pedro Agustín Valencia, Colombia’s general consul here since February, sees technology as integral in servicing the high demand for his services. The consulate at 280 Aragon Ave. in Coral Gables…

County backs bill to expand police use of drones

County backs bill to expand police use of drones

Miami-Dade lawmakers have thrown their support behind twin bills moving through the Florida Legislature that, if enacted, would expand police and governmental use of unmanned aircraft – or drones –…

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