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China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

Miami-Dade’s efforts to build a new civil and probate courthouse must speed up or at least remain on track to avoid a potential fiscal quagmire due to souring trade relations with China, Commissioner Sally…

Luxury private Drivers Club Miami doesn’t race to starting line

Luxury private Drivers Club Miami doesn’t race to starting line

A year after a lease took effect between developers and Miami-Dade County for significant community investments within the Carol City neighborhood, including a luxury private auto track and club, construction…

As PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizon

As PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizon

PortMiami, the world’s busiest cruise port in passengers by industry figures, is on course to maintain that distinction for the foreseeable future. Throughputs at the port in 2018 rose 4.7%…

Aviation bonds to save Miami-Dade $28 million

Aviation bonds to save Miami-Dade $28 million

In a move that will save nearly eight cents per dollar owed, Miami-Dade commissioners have authorized issuance up to $400 million in aviation revenue refunding bonds to repay bonds sold…

Study due on narrowing Biscayne Boulevard traffic flow

Study due on narrowing Biscayne Boulevard traffic flow

Biscayne Green, a Downtown Development Authority plan to create a grand promenade on Biscayne Boulevard by closing some traffic lanes, just got a boost: a long-awaited letter of concurrency from…

Metrorail safety corrections haven’t left the station

Metrorail safety corrections haven’t left the station

It’s been 50 days since Miami-Dade Transportation officials received a report detailing alarming safety issues with Metrorail – and 20 days past when that report’s authors said the county should…

Early-stage venture accelerators nourish a network

Early-stage venture accelerators nourish a network

As 500 Startups reflects on a strong launch and works to further nourish a network, or ecosystem, of resources available to its entrepreneurs, other local early-stage venture fund and seed…

Train wreck’ forecast on Miami International Boat Show needs

Train wreck’ forecast on Miami International Boat Show needs

How will the city make a successful go of operating a restored Miami Marine Stadium and the so-called flex park it fronts if the Miami International Boat Show is allowed…

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Tongue-in-cheek ‘Unhappy New Yorkers’ website lures transplants

Miami may be locked in a serious battle to draw high-earning transplants from the Northeast, Midwest and other areas, but who’s to say it can’t be fun? Armando Codina, executive…

Miami-Dade tightens standards on CNG buses gas leaks

Miami-Dade tightens standards on CNG buses gas leaks

Perhaps it was Jeffrey Mitchell’s reference to the gas explosion at a Plantation shopping plaza this month that convinced Miami-Dade lawmakers to delay plans to buy more compressed natural gas…

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