The details of the sealed proposal, which is a collaboration between Terra Group's David Martin and Turnberry's Jackie Soffer, will be revealed at City Hall on Thursday. If approved, the Miami Beach Convention Center hotel could go before voters in November.
Miami wants to run a trolley from Bayside Marketplace in downtown to South Beach, providing the first transfer point between the two cities' growing trolley systems. Miami commissioners will consider a proposal in July.
The 13-bedroom, 12-bath mansion, located at 4-5 Star Island, was listed for sale in March at an asking price of $40 million. Kramer, a fixture on the South Beach party scene during the 1990s, lost the home as part of a court settlement.
Charlie Cinnamon, South Florida's legendary theatrical press agent for more than 60 years, will be honored this summer with a three-month exhibit at Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU showcasing his long life and career.
Miami Beach police arrested Phillip Sanders Wednesday morning after, they say, a confidential informant bought marijuana and a gun from Sanders. Sanders has an open warrant in Indiana, where he's accused of selling methamphetamine and marijuana.
A Miami Beach mansion that landed smack dab in the middle of the acrimonious divorce of local rocker Phil Collins’ ex-wife – a house she claimed she didn’t remember deeding to her husband for $10 – is listed for sale, according to real estate records.
The City of Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County School Board authorized placement of Miami Beach Police officers at all public schools starting with the 2018-19 school year — making it the first municipality in the county to reach this agreement.
Miami and Miami Beach are developing informational products about sea level rise as part of the Bloomberg Mayor's Challenge: a flood warning app that offers alternate routes around the city's regular flooding and a visualization for homeowners about their sea rise risks.
Beguiled by incorrigible Miami con man Jimmy Sabatino, former corrections officer Michael Mazar joined a nearly $9 million jail-based fraud scheme. Wednesday he was sentenced to five years behind bars.
Former Miami Beach building official Mariano Fernandez, in a secretly recorded interview with police, denied he ever got free stays from a hotel chain. He has since been charged with unlawful compensation.