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After Brightline deal, Virgin Group gets seaport terminal OK too

If all goes as planned, 2021 will prove huge for South Florida and British billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, as both a high-speed train extension connecting Miami to Orlando on Virgin Trains USA and construction of…

Miami Marine Stadium plan ‘going forward,’ but it’s late

Miami Marine Stadium plan ‘going forward,’ but it’s late

The architect hired to bring Miami Marine Stadium back to life says his team is “going forward nicely” with restoration. Richard J. Heisenbottle offered a status report during a Sept.…

Long-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fast

Long-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fast

With appeals and challenges from rivals exhausted, a new company’s bid to take over the marinas on Virginia Key moves forward after a year of legislative limbo. Today’s (9/13) agenda…

Florida develops Dominican Republic trade mission

Florida develops Dominican Republic trade mission

The Dominican Republic, Florida’s largest market in the Caribbean basin, will welcome around 20 Florida companies and 40 to 50 Floridians to Santo Domingo from Nov. 13-16 for an export…

In NAFTA revamp, Canada points to its ties with Florida

In NAFTA revamp, Canada points to its ties with Florida

Just before Mexico and the US reached a partial agreement in Washington on Monday to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement and Canada waited to join the talks, Canada…

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

Miami-Dade County is considering developing park space under Florida Power and Light (FPL) transmission lines and easements as bicycle trails and walking paths. Commissioners in July accepted a report from…

For the first time in seven years, City of Miami doesn’t lower overall millage rate

For the first time in seven years, City of Miami doesn’t lower overall millage rate

The proposed overall millage rate in the City of Miami, used to calculate property tax bills, will remain unchanged for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1. The city commission…

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

It will probably be another year or more before there is real action to redevelop the Hyatt hotel and Knight Center property in downtown Miami. Earlier this month, proposed legislation…

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

Miami-Dade may soon have a set construction site for a new civil courthouse, as commissioners are to vote next week on a parcel just west of the crumbling one on…

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Two property appraisal firms reached similar conclusions regarding the proposed redevelopment of the Melreese Golf Course, stating the highest and best use would include higher density mixed-use with retail and…

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