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Miami Beach may sell six city properties

Miami Beach staff have targeted six city properties that could sell for a total of over $70 million that could then fund capital improvements.  The big-ticket sale in the group would be the land that currently…

Melo Group affiliate plans twin Edgewater towers

Melo Group affiliate plans twin Edgewater towers

A developer is proposing twin towers of 15 stories, bringing apartments, office space and retail to a prominent corner in Miami’s Edgewater district. The development, URBAN22, also includes an eight-story…

Army hauls 3 billion pounds of sand to Miami-Dade beaches

Army hauls 3 billion pounds of sand to Miami-Dade beaches

The Army Corps of Engineers this year plans to haul from upland mines nearly 1.3 million cubic yards of sand – 3 billion pounds’ worth – to re-sand beachfronts on…

Biscayne Bay water quality unsafe much of time, study finds

Biscayne Bay water quality unsafe much of time, study finds

A water quality monitoring program for the City of Miami found that even the cleanest location being tested was below an acceptable rate for safe recreational use. In April, Miami…

Zoo Miami claws its way back from covid

Zoo Miami claws its way back from covid

Some of Miami-Dade’s family-friendly animal-related attractions are seeing increasing crowds heading into summer, and staff say this could finally be the year that Zoo Miami hits the million-visitor mark.  County-owned…

Miami Beach Convention Center lineup grows

Miami Beach Convention Center lineup grows

The Miami Beach Convention Center is arising from pandemic shutdowns with 20 events and counting lined up for the rest of 2021, including the annual meeting of The Aesthetic Society…

Art museums shift toward in-person events

Art museums shift toward in-person events

While technology is still essential to bring programming to the community, most area museums agree there’s nothing like experiencing art in person. After almost a full year of providing digital…

Environmental initiative seeks to add native oysters

Environmental initiative seeks to add native oysters

An environmental initiative to increase native oyster numbers and have cleaner waterways throughout Miami-Dade is pushing forward and in need of volunteers. The goal of the project is to establish…

Flow of US loans to small business easier for bankers

Flow of US loans to small business easier for bankers

While some loan issue processes through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) have grown more complicated since the passage of the Cares Act last year, the ease by which banks have…

Miami-Dade looks at accepting cryptocurrency

Miami-Dade looks at accepting cryptocurrency

Miami-Dade is looking to get on the cryptocurrency train, as commissioners today (4/15) are to discuss creating a group tasked with developing recommendations for how the county can accept payments…

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