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Miami-Dade grows affordable housing inventory by 3%

Miami-Dade’s Public Housing and Community Development department is working to meet the needs of low-income elderly residents through a combination of new construction, rehabilitated sites and novel ideas, according to Mayor Carlos Giménez, who reported Oct.…

Renovations on Flagler Street delayed once again

Renovations on Flagler Street delayed once again

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority have once again voted to delay the resumption of renovations on Flagler Street, this time for 30 days. But some signaled that they are…

Major public-private building partnership advances in Brickell

Major public-private building partnership advances in Brickell

A major public-private partnership bringing a residential tower attached to a new fire station to the heart of Brickell is advancing. Miami commissioners are to consider a deal today (5/24)…

Who will steer negotiations to bring in Formula One race?

Who will steer negotiations to bring in Formula One race?

A power move may be in the making between City of Miami and Miami-Dade County over who will steer negotiations to bring a Formula One race to the area. Each…

Hyatt Regency riverfront deal gets a slowdown

Hyatt Regency riverfront deal gets a slowdown

Hyatt Regency executives are eager to lock in a new long-term lease of Miami riverfront so they can build a new hotel and more, but city commissioners are in no…

Ex-Bacardi buildings in Edgewater head for historic roles

Ex-Bacardi buildings in Edgewater head for historic roles

A pair of unique and colorful structures, making a statement in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood for decades, is being considered for placement on the National Register of Historic Places. The city…

Miami River Commission backs vast downtown development

Miami River Commission backs vast downtown development

The Miami River Commission is endorsing the latest plan to redevelop a city-owned property in the heart of downtown. By unanimous vote Monday the commission recommended approval of a proposal…

Miracle Mile, Giralda Plaza lure more businesses

Miracle Mile, Giralda Plaza lure more businesses

Pedestrians strolling along Giralda Plaza and the widened sidewalks of Miracle Mile can spot a handful of new businesses, with another soon to open its doors as Coral Gables welcomes…

Miami tourism industry records a flock of record gains

Miami tourism industry records a flock of record gains

Despite facing setbacks such as Hurricane Irma, Zika and the closure of the Miami Beach Convention Center for renovations, Bill Talbert, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Miami…

City seeks to retain National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

City seeks to retain National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Miami city commissioners are urging the federal government to retain the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Headquarters at its current location on Virginia Key. NOAA is reportedly considering…

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