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New Metrorail cars, CNG buses replacing older fleets

Efforts to replace Miami-Dade’s aged transit fleet are speeding up, as new Metrorail cars in use have doubled in just two months and over half the Metrobuses ordered are now running, said Transportation Director Alice Bravo.…

‘Great and exciting improvements’ due at Miami Circle

‘Great and exciting improvements’ due at Miami Circle

The Miami Circle site at Brickell Point, which once belonged to the Tequesta Indians, could finally be seeing some major improvements. The Florida Department of State is “finalizing plans to…

SeaVee Boats preparing to double manufacturing space

SeaVee Boats preparing to double manufacturing space

SeaVee Boats hopes to move into its new 220,000-square-foot manufacturing site on 10 acres in August, though the construction firm, TA Builders, is hoping for May, according to Vice President…

Entrepreneurs praise boosts from co-working space

Entrepreneurs praise boosts from co-working space

Daniel Levine, the 26-year-old brain behind craft ice cream shop Dasher & Crank, credits Büro with giving him a pad from which to launch his career. He’s not alone in…

Miami’s first rules on sea level rise target raised structures

Miami’s first rules on sea level rise target raised structures

The City of Miami is pursuing changes to the Miami 21 zoning code to address sea level rise, and the proposed legislation is gaining support. City officials’ first attempt at…

Miami-Dade jobs shoot skyward, led by construction

Miami-Dade jobs shoot skyward, led by construction

Late 2018 Miami-Dade jobs data shot skyward in virtually every category, as unemployment fell to its lowest level since at least 2007, the labor force grew but those at work…

Overtown hotel planned for business travelers

Overtown hotel planned for business travelers

A developer has plans to build a new hotel in Overtown, catering to the business traveler. Central District Miami Redevelopment Group V, LLC has submitted its proposal to build a…

Six-phase mixed-use project for Wynwood gets an OK

Six-phase mixed-use project for Wynwood gets an OK

The first phase of what promises to be a six-phase mixed-use project for Wynwood, bringing condos, retail stores and hotel rooms to the rapidly evolving neighborhood, has earned a supportive…

Extension to State Road 836 could carry 92,000 cars a day

Extension to State Road 836 could carry 92,000 cars a day

Some designs for the southwestern extension to State Road 836 veered too far west. Other routes flanked properties on Southwest 167th Avenue too tightly. Last week, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority…

Dinner Key Marina may go to bid for private operator

Dinner Key Marina may go to bid for private operator

Miami has long run Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove, the state’s largest wet slip marine facility. In January, city commissioners will consider whether to turn over operation to the…

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