County drafts downtown Miami transit-oriented revamp

After several delays, a report meant to guide the first phase of a planned redevelopment of 32 acres in the downtown Government Center area should be done by summer, according to Miami-Dade commissioner leading the push to revamp the area.…

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New Wynwood residences in assemblage of cubes win OK

An assemblage of cubes and dark colors will become home to 326 new residential units in the heart of Wynwood.
PMG-Greybrook Wynwood Trustee LLC is the owner-developer for a project called Society Wynwood, to rise at 2431 NW Second Ave.…

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Miami tourists to wing in on added flights

Warm weather, pent-up demand and increased flights to Miami are three factors poised to boost the county’s tourism business this year, local experts say, while business travel may be slower to return.
The American Hotel and Lodging Association’s State of …

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Miami arts relying on intimate digital performances

Performing arts groups, theater houses and institutions are using technology to spread their work around the world, along with smaller more intimate inhouse productions.
A hybrid of in-person theatrical performances and an emphasis on digital content producing and live streaming …

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Miami-Dade prods state to add teachers, police to Covid-19 vaccine list

Florida should expand its next round of Covid-19 vaccines to include police, firefighters, teachers, school staff, and other essential frontline workers listed by a CDC immunization advisory committee, Miami-Dade commissioners say.
Commissioners Jan. 21 OK’d a resolution by Danielle Cohen …

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City looks at settling suit on Miami Marlins sale $1 billion profit

Miami commissioners will consider settling a lawsuit with the Miami Marlins over a dispute concerning, among other things, the increase in the baseball team’s value when it was sold.
The proposed $562,800 settlement purports to represent the city’s share of …

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Filming in Miami: January 28, 2021

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823; and the Miami Beach Office …

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Health protocols, state rebate brighten Miami filming picture

Miami-Dade County’s film industry has been one of the hardest hit during the pandemic, which forced production crews to carry adopted safety protocols into the new year, making the county one of the safest destinations to film, local top film …

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