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Related Group plans for Olympia Theater building put off again

Related Group plans for Olympia Theater building put off again

A Related Group subsidiary’s proposal to redevelop the Olympia Theater building in downtown Miami was put off for a second time last week, as the organization that…

Government

New seafood restaurant parking itself in Marlins Park garage

New seafood restaurant parking itself in Marlins Park garage

A new seafood restaurant is coming to East Little Havana, opening in one of the retail spots in the city-owned parking garages hugging Marlins Park. Casablanca at…

Business & Finance

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

The strength of downtown’s retail market and its spiraling leasing rates have pushed merchants and restaurateurs farther north, observers say. Though she agrees that Edgewater and areas…

Communities

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

Irma blew Homestead composting plant reopening to 2018

After Hurricane Irma battered it, the City of Homestead’s composting facility – which was expected to come back online by the end of August after a year-long…

Arts & Culture

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

Developers plan culinary pop-up along Miami River

At a bend in the Miami River, just a few blocks from downtown, developers plan to open a culinary pop-up venue next month. They say it will…

Education

University of Florida researchers may find buried revenue for county

University of Florida researchers may find buried revenue for county

A University of Florida research team may dig up a long-buried source of new revenue for Miami-Dade government: 165,000 tons of ash created each year at the…

Healthcare

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Years ago, the barrier island known as Virginia Key was literally a dump, final resting place for everything from empty soup cans to broken chairs, tires to…

Transportation

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

The Florida Department of Transportation, which began a year-long repaving and resurfacing of Southeast Second Avenue from Southeast Second to Fourth streets and Biscayne Boulevard Way and…

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