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Public marinas in City of Miami in murky waters

The fate of the public marinas in the City of Miami remains unclear as city officials debate the best practices that would bring in the most revenue to a city facing growing financial challenges. Beginning in 2018…

Housing On Market Disappears Fast

Miami-Dade County's rollercoaster-like housing market has swung from a large oversupply in past years to dwindling inventories this year that are fueling double-digit price increases.…

Housing 39 Million And Up Nonsales

Prices on ultra-luxury real estate in Miami Beach are staying up despite deals not having closed deals yet. At least, that's the case with properties that have listed at…

Teaching Ethics At County Hall City Halls

A new online ethics course is ready for the almost 30,000 Miami-Dade County employees to take. Elected officials from all municipalities in the county will also have to undergo…

New court volley over tennis center

Legal arguments are set to continue this month over a plan to upgrade facilities on Key Biscayne used for the annual Sony Open pro tennis tournament. A July 17 hearing…

Massive Design District Project Growing

Developers of a high-end retail Design District special area plan are asking the city to expand the 19-acre mixed-use site by 10% to add 12 smaller properties along North…

Grove Playhouse On State Cabinet Playbill

Restoring the Coconut Grove Playhouse to its former glory will rest in the hands of Florida International University if the state approves the university's business plan when it goes…

Downtown chips in for Medina tech event

If tech entrepreneur Manny Medina is successful, next spring’s eMerge Americas conference will put Miami on the map for technology, much as Art Basel has made it an art mecca.…

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