West Flagler Associates, which runs Magic City Casino in Miami, was awarded a permit to move forward with another facility for jai-alai and poker just north of downtown in the Edgewater neighborhood near Wynwood.
Residents of one of Miami's neighborhoods that face the greatest pressure from development spoke out against Eastside Ridge, a massive project being proposed to replaced the moderately priced apartments at Design Place in Little Haiti.
Miami, Miami Beach and other cities across the county are pursuing funding for mass transit projects that fit into the countywide SMART plan. The pilot projects could provide new transportation options and ease traffic while long-term projects are developed.
Next month, the swanky new Hyde Suites and Residences hotel will debut in Midtown Miami, signaling what's likely to be the start of a transformation for the downtown Miami corridor that, until only last year, was a lodging desert.
Triple Five, the Canada-based developer behind the proposed American Dream Miami mega-mall in Northwest Miami-Dade, is under contract to buy the Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School in Little Haiti.
Artist Marco Caridad moved to Miami in 2011 "in search of 'The American Dream,' and to build a better future for myself. In my suitcase, I brought some clothes, family photos, personal documents and a few art books."
People living in the 33137 ZIP code face the closure of their local post office in Miami's Design District and expect disruptions in service. The building will be redeveloped as part of the real estate boom in the area.
Aventura's Maxwell Lagutenko, a hit-and-run suspect whose car was attacked by a sledgehammer-wielding bystander as he tried to leave the scene of a March crash, now faces more felony charges in relation to the incident.
Growing up, Antonio Mañueco always dreamed of representing himself as his own brand. Now that his Wynwood-based software company, Blubeta, is thriving, he’s helping connect other individuals with similar interests and professions.
Miami’s Forever Bond issue was approved by voters in November. Now, as the city establishes a citizen oversight board, community activists want to make sure a diverse group of residents will sit on the board to review bond projects.
Dozens of Miami policemen and women — including the chief and top brass — have introduced their first LGBTQ liaison, an out 21-year-old public information officer who joined the department just after high school.