Construction Injunction?

Michael Gongora

Beach Commissioner Has Watson Island Development in his Crosshairs Commissioner Michael Gongora wants the City of Miami Beach to put its collective … [Read more...]

News: Island Gardens Gets Approval and Financing


Almost 9 years ago to the month, on July 8, 2004, the Miami-Dade City Commission approved a huge retail and hotel construction project on Watson … [Read more...]

News: MBCC Public Amenities Push

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A Look at One Companies Attempts to Educate the Public. A day after opening their model showcase room on Lincoln Lane, the principals of Portman CMC … [Read more...]

News: Wastewater Line Break in Miami Beach- UPDATE


Precautionary Advisory Still in Effect for Collins Canal, Indian Creek & Surprise Lake. The precautionary advisory to avoid contact with water … [Read more...]

News: Convention Center Advisory Board Recommends Portman CMC


Just under a month before Miami Beach is expected to pick a team to redevelop its' convention center, the advisory board who bears the building's name … [Read more...]

News: Architect Les Beilinson Leaves A Large Legacy

Les Beilinson

The Miami Beach Art Deco movement lost one of it's most vigorous supporters with the passing of architect and preservationist Les Beilinson, who has … [Read more...]

News: City Settles with the Seville Hotel


At the beginning of June, the new Edition hotel at the site of the former Seville Hotel and owned by Marriott filed a lawsuit against the City of … [Read more...]

News: MDPL Denied Demolition Appeal for 42 Star Island


  Plans Underway to Appeal. Another step in the twisted trail of 42 Star Island came to ahead on Monday, when the Miami Design Preservation … [Read more...]

Politics: Steve Berke Wants to Make A Movie, and Be Your Mayor

Steve Berke

Steve Berke has entered the Miami Beach Mayoral race the way you might expect him to, with a video on the internet. The comedian and activist … [Read more...]