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  • Miami wants control of Brickell Avenue

    City negotiates deal to take over busy street from state
    January 21, 2014 09:45AM
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    Brickell Avenue

    The City of Miami is wresting control of Brickell Avenue, the main block of its financial district, from the state.

    Miami officials negotiated an agreement to take control of Brickell Avenue from the Florida Department of Transportation, the Miami Herald reported. The city grew frustrated with efforts to reduce the street’s speed limit and clean its shade trees. Once the deal is completed, Miami would operate and maintain Brickell Avenue. [more]

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  • LAN Cargo proposes hangar at Miami airport

    December 11, 2013 03:45PM
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    LAN Cargo airplane

    Chilean airline LAN Cargo wants to build a 95,000-square-foot, three-story maintenance hangar at Miami International Airport. [more]

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    8333 Downtown Doral Building and Tony Puente

    The largely industrial real estate scene in the Airport West and Doral sections of Miami-Dade County is picking up steam.

    Full-service office buildings in the area ask between $45 and $50 per square foot, Tony Puente of Fairchild Partners told Miami Today. The 8333 Downtown Doral building at 8333 Northwest 53rd Street, however, asks $31 per square feet for its vacant office space. [more]

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  • Rendering of Flagler Memorial Bridge

    The Palm Harbor Marina is protesting the Florida Department of Transportation’s planned location for a new Flagler Memorial Bridge and could delay construction by 20 months.

    The Palm Beach Post reported that the marina opposes DOT’s plan to shift the new bridge south because it would be situated too close to its northernmost dock. As a result the DOT has struggled to obtain the required permits to start construction, already stalling groundbreaking for the last two months. [more]

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    Miami Central Station
    Construction begins today on Miami Central Station, according to the South Florida Business Journal. The Florida Department of Transportation intends to complete work on the $147 million, 16.5 acre station by 2013, creating the region’s first ground transportation hub. 2 Comments

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