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Miami-Dade County Commission approves Worldcenter tax deal in downtown Miami

The Miami Worldcenter retail and residential complex won approval Tuesday for a special taxing district in the city’s Overtown neighborhood, fending off a fierce challenge by community and labor organizers. At issue was a taxing mechanism designed to let developers fund about $72 million in infrastructure improvements through a special assessment charged on their properties’…

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Redevelopment wave to hit Coral Gables

Until now, Coral Gables — unflashy, uncool, a Mediterranean-themed bastion of affluent suburban stolidity — seemed a bulwark against the wave of redevelopment that’s swept through neighboring Miami and Miami Beach, turning derelict areas from South Beach to Brickell and Midtown into dense urban enclaves a-glitter with the young and hip. Not that anyone in…

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Contest Seeks Downtown Lakeland Images

The Downtown Lakeland Partnership is hosting a T-shirt contest to see which Lakeland resident can capture the essence of downtown Lakeland in an image for new merchandise. The image needs to be something that is immediately recognizable as downtown Lakeland for items such as T-shirts or coffee mugs, according to the Downtown Lakeland Partnership website.…

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Project changes future of downtown Pensacola

The $10 million, 55,000 square-foot building for the University of West Florida’s Center for Entrepreneurship proposed for Community Maritime Park joins a slew of new projects under construction or planned for downtown Pensacola, marking a building renaissance for the City of Five Flags. The projects include a new downtown YMCA, Beck Property Company’s multi-use building…

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Pasco seeks to identify tainted land for cleanup, possible redevelopment

Pasco County is poised to go looking for land tainted with gasoline, motor oil, dry cleaning chemicals and other hazardous contaminants with a $400,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Additionally, the federal government awarded the county a $195,000 grant to clean up contaminated land discovered during the construction of the Lewis Abraham Community…

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