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Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Commuters frustrated with snarled traffic – or fans headed for a baseball game – might take to the skies if an alternative that was investigated by the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) earlier this year…

Miami Worldcenter ready to start scaled-back retail

Miami Worldcenter ready to start scaled-back retail

Miami Worldcenter developers are ready to begin the scaled-back retail portion of the sweeping mixed-use project promising to bring new life to downtown Miami. This month, Miami Worldcenter Associates filed the formal application with the…

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City board leaves two Midtown Miami towers in limbo

City board leaves two Midtown Miami towers in limbo

A city board’s cool reaction last week left 838 apartments planned in two Midtown Miami towers in limbo. The Urban Development Review Board deferred Midtown…

Two developers teaming up to bring micro-condos to Wynwood

Two developers teaming up to bring micro-condos to Wynwood

Looking to attract young professionals and artists, two developers are teaming up to bring micro-condos to Wynwood. The Related Group and Metro 1 Development plan…

Brightline passenger rail service 65% built

Brightline passenger rail service 65% built

Construction on the first leg of the Brightline passenger rail service has crossed the halfway point, on track for its anticipated service launch in mid-2017.…

Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

The condominium market in Brickell – though slower in some ways than it was a year ago – is holding steady, observers say. “We’re continuing…

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Opinion

Airbnb can produce pluses via more visitors, hotel profits

Miami Beach’s battle against Airbnb looks familiar. Didn’t we just fight that war against Uber and Lyft? If so, let’s make the likely outcome as positive for all as possible. Internet home-sharing firm Airbnb is doing well on Miami Beach, where the main industry, hotels, is simultaneously taking a huge hit from the Zika scourge. Brick-and-mortar hotels naturally don’t want a company built (as its name says) on air taking their guests. Hoteliers complain it isn’t a level playing field because Airbnb…

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Gloria Marina Bellelli: Archaeologist heads Italy’s regional Miami consulate

Gloria Marina Bellelli: Archaeologist heads Italy’s regional Miami consulate

Gloria Marina Bellelli began professional life as an archaeologist, digging in Syria. She was with an Italian mission in the ancient city of Ebla, where a new language had been discovered from a civilization of the third millennium. The group discovered tablets where people of this culture had recorded history and laws.  After that, Ms. Bellelli was with a German mission through the University of Berlin. That was important experience, she said, because the Germans have a very strong basis in…

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Real Estate

Two developers teaming up to bring micro-condos to Wynwood

Two developers teaming up to bring micro-condos to Wynwood

Looking to attract young professionals and artists, two developers are teaming up to bring micro-condos to Wynwood. The Related Group and Metro 1 Development plan Wynwood 29, a mixed-use project on 1.2 acres at 2828…

Government

City board leaves two Midtown Miami towers in limbo

City board leaves two Midtown Miami towers in limbo

A city board’s cool reaction last week left 838 apartments planned in two Midtown Miami towers in limbo. The Urban Development Review Board deferred Midtown 6+7 to October. Magellan Development plans them side by side…

Business & Finance

Brightline passenger rail service 65% built

Brightline passenger rail service 65% built

Construction on the first leg of the Brightline passenger rail service has crossed the halfway point, on track for its anticipated service launch in mid-2017. Construction of the West Palm Beach-to-Miami segment is more than…

Communities

Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

Condominium market in Brickell holding steady

The condominium market in Brickell – though slower in some ways than it was a year ago – is holding steady, observers say. “We’re continuing to see an increase in inventory, but it’s a little…

Arts & Culture

Spotlight on fall’s plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits

Spotlight on fall’s plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits

As summer transitions into fall, South Florida begins to come alive with an array of plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits, symphony performances, operas and contemporary dances from all over the world. With the upcoming season just…

Education

NASA scientists partners with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

NASA scientists partners with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientists have found a way to speed their research on edible plants in space by involving the community through a partnership with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s STEM education program, Growing…

Healthcare

Miami Cancer Institute is near completion

Miami Cancer Institute is near completion

With rapid construction, the state-of-the-art Miami Cancer Institute is near completion. In mid-October the first round of employees will be moving in, said a spokesperson for Baptist Health South Florida. Doors are expected to open…

Transportation

Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Commuters frustrated with snarled traffic – or fans headed for a baseball game – might take to the skies if an alternative that was investigated by the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) earlier this year…

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