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Embattled fitness professionals train for stay-at-home world

  Less than a week into closures of all “non-essential” businesses due to the coronavirus, Danny Lopez-Calleja estimated he could keep things running for about three months. After that, the future looked grim for CrossFit Soul, the…

New World Symphony keeps its global audience tuned in

New World Symphony keeps its global audience tuned in

  The New World Symphony is creating new platforms to provide available content and curated series of online performances at its initiative to stay connected and continuing to educate its…

University of Miami research seeks half-hour coronavirus test

University of Miami research seeks half-hour coronavirus test

As more cases of the novel coronavirus are reported, faster testing is needed to stem the spread of the infectious disease. At the University of Miami’s (UM) Miller School of…

Transit hub to feature University of Miami student housing

Transit hub to feature University of Miami student housing

New student housing is a key component of a major mixed-use project in South Miami destined to become a transportation hub for the region, according to the developers. The TREO…

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Legislation that would add additional food trucks regulations in the City of Miami has stalled, as the discussion among commissioners centered on the ways food trucks operate in the city…

Property insurance costs likely to soar

Property insurance costs likely to soar

There may be bright spots on the commercial insurance horizon – workers’ compensation among them – but property insurance won’t be one of them, said Mark Schwartz, CEO of Corporate…

As Miami Worldcenter rises, deals to sell its land continue

As Miami Worldcenter rises, deals to sell its land continue

Even as the giant Miami Worldcenter builds up and out, deals continue to take place. Recently, Miami Worldcenter Associates sold a 1-acre parcel for $27 million, and Miami’s Urban Development…

Moishe Mana land swap deal for Puerto Rican center marches ahead

Moishe Mana land swap deal for Puerto Rican center marches ahead

Developer Moishe Mana has thus far delivered on his commitments in a land swap and construction deal with Miami-Dade for a long-planned Puerto Rican Community Center and Chamber of Commerce,…

You might take observation wheel for a spin this month

You might take observation wheel for a spin this month

A 176-foot-tall observation wheel that’ll light up the Miami skyline is still facing a couple of hurdles, but the end seems near. The wheel should be up and running by…

Health tech concentrator decoding a matrix of puzzles

Health tech concentrator decoding a matrix of puzzles

Imagine a home with floor sensors that can tell whether a person’s imbalanced gait is indicative of a blood circulation disorder, or a toilet that automatically tests urine for signs…

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