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Wave of redevelopment engulfs North Miami Beach

A wave of redevelopment spurred by zoning changes enacted by the City of North Miami Beach has ushered in new market-rate housing, expanded commercial development, and even the prospect of a Brightline station. “It’s our time,” said…

Dinner Key Marina far from recovered from Hurricane Irma

Dinner Key Marina far from recovered from Hurricane Irma

More than 16 months after Hurricane Irma tore up Dinner Key Marina, the City of Miami owned and operated facility in Coconut Grove remains far from its former glory. It…

Easement opens Watson Island to heliport

Easement opens Watson Island to heliport

Miami city commissioners have approved a large easement on city-owned Watson Island to free up space for a long-planned heliport. The heliport’s construction is planned for the southern portion of…

Miami International Airport joins Brazil’s post office to aid e-commerce

Miami International Airport  joins Brazil’s post office to aid e-commerce

Shipments that took weeks and sometimes months to travel from the US to Brazil will now arrive in days as part of a new expedited shipping service partnership between Miami…

Enterprise Florida to lead trade mission to Hanoi

Enterprise Florida to lead trade mission to Hanoi

Small to mid-sized Florida businesses are going to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Vietnam, from May 31 to June 8, led by Enterprise Florida Inc. for the first time…

Mangroves cut prior to boat show on Virginia Key to be replaced

Mangroves cut prior to boat show on Virginia Key to be replaced

A section of Mangrove trees lost to a wayward contractor armed with a saw will be replaced on Virginia Key and afforded special protection. Legislation calling for the preservation and…

New Metrorail cars, CNG buses replacing older fleets

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…

‘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…

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