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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…

Mobile ticketing program to link Miami-Dade County to Palm Beach

Mobile ticketing program to link Miami-Dade County to Palm Beach

In the not-too-distant future, travelers may be able to plot trips from Miami-Dade County’s southernmost point to the north tip of Palm Beach County with just a few finger taps.…

Miami-Dade grows affordable housing inventory by 3%

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…

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

The Florida Department of Transportation is looking to the City of Miami to develop and run a 30-acre illuminated park under a rebuilt and elevated I-395 and its long-planned “signature…

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade has an updated timeline to reduce the fossil fuel consumption of its vehicle fleet and convert a significant portion of that fleet to electric. County commissioners unanimously approved a…

Miami-Dade gets a price break in sea level rise studies

Miami-Dade gets a price break in sea level rise studies

Two $3 million studies to assess Miami-Dade’s risk of storm flooding, sea level rise and the feasibility of reauthorizing a half-century beach erosion and hurricane protection project will commence at…

Price tag due for Coral Gables public safety building

Price tag due for Coral Gables public safety building

Construction manager the Weitz Company is to set a guaranteed maximum price for Coral Gables’ new public safety building by mid-October. The price tag is to include Aecom Technical Services…

Miami legislation could tighten waterfront property rules

Miami legislation could tighten waterfront property rules

City of Miami leaders have worked hard for years to increase and improve public access to the bountiful waterfront locations hugging and bisecting the growing urban area. The city charter…

Marine Stadium flex park ideas greeted coolly

Marine Stadium flex park ideas greeted coolly

“We need to reclaim the space, without sacrificing what we have.” That seemed to be the consensus shared by many members of the public who attended a Sept. 20 community…

High interest rates funnel deposits to international banks

High interest rates funnel deposits to international banks

Most international banks in South Florida are seeing an increase in deposits as the economy continues to improve. The strength of the US dollar, high interest rates and the influx…

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