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Super-fast 5G may be live in Miami by Super Bowl

Super-fast 5G may be live in Miami by Super Bowl

Blazing-fast fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) may be here before Super Bowl LIV, as three telecom giants are one county OK from starting to install needed antennas by February. Commissioners in Audrey Edmonson’s Chairwoman’s Policy Council…

Bridge replacement to cause three-year detour

Bridge replacement to cause three-year detour

Work is to begin the week of May 20 on a $67.2 million Florida Department of Transportation project to construct a new bridge to replace the 90-year-old bascule bridge along Southwest First Street from Southwest…

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Miami looks at filling large bayfront FEC Slip

Miami looks at filling large bayfront FEC Slip

Maurice A. Ferré Park downtown has been saved from commercial development and Miami commissioners are now considering filling in the large FEC Slip next door…

Miami-Miami Beach transit link advances, with water options

Miami-Miami Beach transit link advances, with water options

For more than five years now, Miami Commissioner Wifredo “Willy” Gort has pushed for studies and programs to improve public transportation on the area’s waterways.…

Brexit drama also playing out in South Florida

Brexit drama also playing out in South Florida

Observers of the Brexit drama playing out in Britain can be forgiven for not making any clear predictions: the situation changes daily, if not hourly,…

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

The Frost Museum of Science has a new home for its raptor rehabilitation center, as Miami-Dade lawmakers last week OK’d a deal with the museum…

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Opinion

How much longer before we actually start to build Baylink?

How much longer before we actually start to build Baylink?

No Miami-Dade corridor suffers more hours of intense traffic than the Mac-Arthur Causeway between Miami and Miami Beach. Think weekends and late nights, not just rush hours. Nowhere is need greater for rapid transit. So Miami commissioners’ vote last week to join Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County to create cross-bay rapid transit was on point. That need has been apparent for decades. After all, ways to cross the bay are few. To quote one government report: “A light rail line operating between…

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Kieran Bowers: Planning billions more Swire investments in Brickell

Kieran Bowers: Planning billions more Swire investments in Brickell

As president of Swire Properties Inc., Kieran Bowers leads the more than 200-year-old international conglomerate’s US development and investment operations, including Brickell Key and the $1.05 billion, 4.9-million-square-foot mixed-use Brickell City Centre in downtown Miami. Mr. Bowers, who this year celebrates 21 years with the company that hired him right out of college, assumed his present role in January 2017, just five months after moving here. Previously, he’d held management positions in Japan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka,…

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Real Estate

Town meetings set on Magic City Innovation District

Town meetings set on Magic City Innovation District

For those who didn’t get the chance to weigh in on the massive Magic City Innovation District plan for Little Haiti, two town hall meetings will be held between now and the end of June.…

Government

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 feels the demand. On a…

Business & Finance

Brexit drama also playing out in South Florida

Brexit drama also playing out in South Florida

Observers of the Brexit drama playing out in Britain can be forgiven for not making any clear predictions: the situation changes daily, if not hourly, and much remains unknown. “We see three scenarios,” said Frank…

Communities

Miami looks at filling large bayfront FEC Slip

Miami looks at filling large bayfront FEC Slip

Maurice A. Ferré Park downtown has been saved from commercial development and Miami commissioners are now considering filling in the large FEC Slip next door to expand the waterfront park’s footprint. Scores filled City Hall…

Arts & Culture

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

Proposed City of Miami zoning rules requiring private developers to provide artwork as part of their projects or pay into a special public art fund have been shelved again. A second and final reading and…

Education

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

Museum raptor center winging to North Miami Beach

The Frost Museum of Science has a new home for its raptor rehabilitation center, as Miami-Dade lawmakers last week OK’d a deal with the museum to build and operate a North Miami Beach center to…

Healthcare

Health District apartment project allowed to shrink

Health District apartment project allowed to shrink

The developer who intends to bring new apartments to the edge of the Health District in Miami adjacent to the Dolphin Expressway has revised plans for a shorter building. In February, Spring Garden Apartments LLC…

Transportation

Miami-Miami Beach transit link advances, with water options

Miami-Miami Beach transit link advances, with water options

For more than five years now, Miami Commissioner Wifredo “Willy” Gort has pushed for studies and programs to improve public transportation on the area’s waterways. Mr. Gort believes that with Biscayne Bay at our doorstep,…

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