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Only two bid to repair shuttered Dade County Courthouse

After a dozen companies came to an August pre-bid and site visit in the Dade County Courthouse basement, only two local companies bid to repair crumbling columns in the now-closed Flagler Street landmark. The county estimated…

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

Special events for Miami’s 125th birthday

The City of Miami is getting ready to celebrate its 125th Birthday with a weeklong of special events and programming. Starting July 26, the City of Miami 125th Anniversary will…

Major Mexico investment firm to open in Miami

Major Mexico investment firm to open in Miami

Banorte Securities International (BSI), an investment management and brokerage service company based in Houston, announced it will open offices in the Brickell financial district to attend to its clients from…

Economists agree inflation may hit 5.5% this year

Economists agree inflation may hit 5.5% this year

Inflation is here already. Prices of goods are increasing and consumers are starting to notice it. The federal response due to the coronavirus health crisis caused an extra liquidity in…

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Miami-Dade’s tourism industry is surpassing many comparable 2019 statistics despite a glaring lack of international, convention and cruise travel. At the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s State of the…

Canadian finance firm to relocate headquarters, 450 jobs to Miami

Canadian finance firm to relocate headquarters, 450 jobs to Miami

A Canadian firm seeking to relocate its global headquarters to Miami and create 450 high-paying jobs got a go-ahead Tuesday to receive $167,500 through a Miami-Dade incentives program. Dallas was…

Illuminate Coral Gables plans even bigger spotlight

Illuminate Coral Gables plans even bigger spotlight

After the success of Illuminate Coral Gables 2021, the public art initiative is planning to come even bigger for 2022. Illuminate Coral Gables 2022 will make its grand return on…

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

While negotiating and trying to get a competitive edge on an already tight real estate market, realtors are equipping buyers with aggressive techniques to secure that home. With the current…

Micro-mobility infrastructure plan targets downtown Miami

Micro-mobility infrastructure plan targets downtown Miami

A micro-mobility infrastructure project half funded by electric scooter fees could be coming to downtown Miami, adding about three miles of protected bicycle and scooter lanes and laying the groundwork…

PAMM, HistoryMiami museums set to open latest exhibits

PAMM, HistoryMiami museums set to open latest exhibits

Attendance numbers have slowly but surely been rising in downtown Miami’s major museums. Since reopening in October, attendance rates are up 35%, which is quite not at pre-pandemic numbers just…

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