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Miami-Dade trims $10.5 million off World Cup funding
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by Richard Battin
6d ago
After cutting in half the cash amount the county would contribute to the 2026 World Cup matches to be held in Miami-Dade County, commissioners Tuesday approved a resolution to support the Greater Miami Sports Commission for the FIFA 2026 World Cup. The cut of more than $10 million was not discussed at the meeting. Commissioner Daniele Cohen Higgins voted against the resolution, explaining in a written statement after the meeting that “while I appreciate the amendment that was made reducing the cash contribution by half, and while I recognize the immense economic impact this event will have on ..read more
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MetroCenter development of 17 downtown acres advancing
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by Richard Battin
6d ago
Miami-Dade County’s $10 billion downtown utopian vision, MetroCenter, had a little more money thrown at it last week. The project, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said in a presentation last August, is a “transformative redevelopment of the … government center campus.” The county’s Infrastructure, Operations and Innovations Committee voted unanimously to send a resolution to the county commission earmarking an additional $1.6 million for the first 17-acre phase of the MetroCenter. The money would go to Washington, DC-based IMG Rebel Advisory Inc. for real estate development and financial advisory s ..read more
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Emirates to link Dubai and Bogotá in Miami
Miami Today
by Miami Today
6d ago
Air carrier Emirates, which in July 2021 launched direct Miami-to-Dubai flights at a rate of four flights per week and then expanded to seven, is about to service Bogotá via Miami. Daily service starting June 3 is to link Dubai and Bogotá via Miami, with the airline saying it will be the first to host a variety of premium services on the Miami-Bogotá route. The airline says the new service will have it serving 19 points across the US and Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Colombia. “Due to the high altitude of the city of Bogotá,” an announcement from Emirates said, “it is not possible to o ..read more
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Downtown Development Authority adds to expansion incentives
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by Genevieve Bowen
6d ago
Miami’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is offering $1.1 million in incentives for businesses to expand operations in the area, stimulate the economy and attract high-quality jobs for local talent. The grant program expands previous incentives and includes funding for ground floor retail, start-up operations and mid-size businesses seeking to move or grow in downtown’s Central Business District, the Arts & Entertainment District or Brickell. “Over the last several years, the Miami DDA has strived to improve Downtown Miami to make it more attractive for businesses,” said city Commissio ..read more
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MIA passengers headed for $60-an-hour snoozes
Miami Today
by Miami Today
6d ago
Assured by the county’s aviation director that, as one commissioner said, “they’re not the little caskets,” a county committee last week gave its stamp of approval to a pair of sleep centers predicted to net Miami International Airport more than $1 million a year. The airport is providing the space in the North and South terminals to Hotelzo LLC at no rent but is to get 25% of the short-term passenger pay to get the sleep for a 10-year period. Aviation Director Ralph Cutié said the provider has a similar operation at Bogotá’s airport and is building out another in Canada. Members of the county ..read more
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South Florida price rises slowing, but still outpace nation
Miami Today
by Miami Today
6d ago
South Florida’s cost of living as measured by the Consumer Price Index is still rising faster than in the nation’s urban areas as a whole, but that pace continues to decline from the soaring inflation of recent years, new federal data reveal. While urban inflation across the nation was 3.4% in April, South Florida inflation grew faster, a 4.5% annual pace, data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics show. The good news here is that even at a 4.5% increase, the annual price increase rate in South Florida is the lowest since August 2021, when inflation annually grew 4.2%. During the inflationary ..read more
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Maria Todaro: Opera’s director aims to spark passion for performing arts
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by Genevieve Bowen
6d ago
Born in France and the daughter of two opera singers, Italian tenor José Todaro and Brazilian mezzo-soprano Maria-Helena de Oliveira, Maria Todaro has been immersed in the performing arts since childhood. She began her professional life in opera singing as a mezzo-soprano and an entrepreneur, founding the production company Artedor in France. She later embarked on a career as a stage director, working on 23 productions for companies including the Minnesota Opera, Atlanta Opera and Hawaii Opera Theater.  As librettist, Ms. Todaro collaborated with composer Mitch Bach to write an opera base ..read more
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FYI Miami: May 23, 2024
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by Miami Today
6d ago
Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. HOTEL OCCUPANCY RISES: Greater Miami topped the nation in hotel occupancy in the first quarter of this year, up 3.3% from the same period of 2023, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau highlighted on Tuesday in its annual meeting at PortMiami. In March alone, the bureau said, the county posted a 1.6% increase in revenue per available hotel room as occupancy rose 2.3% compared to March 2023. The county had 27 ..read more
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Filming in Miami: May 23, 2024
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by Miami Today
6d ago
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 of Arts, Culture and Entertainment-Film and Print Division, (305) 673-7070. CEC Media, Santa Monica, CA. Commercial for Hyundai. Haulover Beach Park. Winter Films, New York. Commercial for Bling. Miami International Airport. Swampy Projects, New York. Reality television series for Serpent Invasion. TNT Airport. Hi I’m Roger, Bro ..read more
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