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Wynwood Arcade nearly filled

Wynwood Arcade nearly filled

Only three spaces remain for lease in East End Capital’s Wynwood Arcade, which houses the first brick-and-mortar store in Florida of Bonobos, a men’s clothing retailer that formerly was online only. Current and future tenants…

Island Gardens mega-resort on Watson Island moving ahead

Island Gardens mega-resort on Watson Island moving ahead

Island Gardens, the planned mega resort promising to turn a corner of Watson Island into a prime resort destination, is moving ahead with plans for foundational work to support the ambitious venture. That’s the word…

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Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

The Related Group’s first venture into the rapidly growing Wynwood Arts District met with mixed reviews among members of the city’s Urban Development Review Board.…

Gas tax might fund specific transportation needs

Gas tax might fund specific transportation needs

Miami-Dade’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) might consider taking a page from Orlando’s book to secure funding for specific transportation needs. MetroPlan Orlando, that area’s transportation…

Brickell City Centre mall opening nears

Brickell City Centre mall opening nears

The Nov. 3 opening of Brickell City Centre’s shopping center marks the end of an era as construction comes to an end on Phase I…

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers are lining up to be a part of a major mixed-use development on the Miami River, on the edge of the city’s Health…

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Opinion

End of the line for long-promised Metrorail expansions

End of the line for long-promised Metrorail expansions

The first three of 136 cars to replace the entire Metrorail fleet are being built just as county officials tell us that forever-promised lines that would make the Metrorail fully functional have become mythical rather than practical. Goodbye, Metrorail. Our transportation future is now officially light rail. Metrorail, says Alice Bravo, the county’s transportation chief for one year, is just too expensive to add to. Besides, she says, even she has no idea what technology will be possible in just five years.…

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Ellen Salpeter: Gearing Institute of Contemporary Art for new home

Ellen Salpeter: Gearing Institute of Contemporary Art for new home

Ellen Salpeter has family in Miami so has been coming here for years to see them as well as visit studios. In the last decade or so, she’s attended Art Basel, met local artists and invited some to exhibit in New York institutions she ran. As the new director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, Ms. Salpeter said the wonderful thing about her job is every day is different. When the ICA moves into its new home, she sees its…

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Real Estate

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers are lining up to be a part of a major mixed-use development on the Miami River, on the edge of the city’s Health District. The developer of River Landing Shops and Residences, Andrew…

Government

Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

The Related Group’s first venture into the rapidly growing Wynwood Arts District met with mixed reviews among members of the city’s Urban Development Review Board. The mixed-use project, called Wynwood 26, would bring housing and…

Business & Finance

Brickell City Centre mall opening nears

Brickell City Centre mall opening nears

The Nov. 3 opening of Brickell City Centre’s shopping center marks the end of an era as construction comes to an end on Phase I of the 4.9-million-square-foot, mixed-use Swire Properties Inc. development. And though…

Communities

Coral Gables looks at 25mph residential speed limit

Coral Gables looks at 25mph residential speed limit

Despite concerns about expense for new signs, the Coral Gables City Commission voted 4-1 (with Jeannett Slesnick dissenting) to explore lowering the speed limit on all residential streets to 25 miles per hour. Miami-Dade County…

Arts & Culture

National Association of Television Programming Executives due here

National Association  of Television Programming Executives due here

For the sixth consecutive year, Miami Beach will host “Content First,” the annual convention of the National Association of Television Programming Executives, directors of the Film Florida entertainment production association learned at their quarterly board…

Education

Barry University fine-tunes new five-year agenda

Barry University fine-tunes new five-year agenda

From being used as venues for international sporting events to weddings, summer camps to music festivals, and even the occasional TV appearance, colleges are now more open-minded than ever when looking for ways to boost…

Healthcare

Wynwood businesses hammered in Zika war

Wynwood businesses hammered in Zika war

Leaders of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) say the neighborhood has been unfairly singled out in the battle against the Zika virus and that has created a false sense of security for those outside…

Transportation

Gas tax might fund specific transportation needs

Gas tax might fund specific transportation needs

Miami-Dade’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) might consider taking a page from Orlando’s book to secure funding for specific transportation needs. MetroPlan Orlando, that area’s transportation planning organization, has come to an agreement with the Florida…

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