bp invests in free local electric transit business Freebee

Freebee provides free, on-demand ride-hailing using electric vehicles to app users. The service is financed by local governments and entities, such as corporate business parks and universities, to cover defined areas or specific routes. The investment will help Freebee target expansion in the US beyond its base in Miami, Florida. bp ventures has invested $6 […]

Manuel Machado of CCOMGROUP On Becoming Free From The Fear Of Failure

“My advice to those experiencing failure is to take it as a learning opportunity. Instead of focusing on exactly what went wrong, focus on the learnings that can be drawn, and how they can make you better equipped to do what you love.” The Fear of Failure is one of the most common restraints that […]

Magic City Innovation District Gets Utilities, Will Include 2,598 Apartments

The developers planning the Magic City Innovation District have signed a utilities deal with Miami-Dade to supply water and sewer. City records show a construction permit is also now being processed for the first building at Magic City. According to the August 19 utilities agreement, the Magic City Innovation District will include: 2,598 apartments 283,827 […]

Mike Zoi’s Motorsport firm proposes offices at Magic City Innovation District

Race car driver and digital media tycoon Mike Zoi wants to develop a mid-rise office building at the Magic City Innovation District in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood. Zoi proposes a 13-story building west of Northeast Fourth Avenue and between 59th and 60th streets, according to a letter submitted by a Zoi-led entity to the city. […]

Magic City developers pay $3M to Little Haiti Trust

Developers planning a towering $1 billion complex on 18 acres in Little Haiti said Monday that they have cut a $3 million check to the city, the first of multiple payments under an agreement that allows bigger, denser construction in exchange for investment in local businesses and affordable housing. The money comes from the team […]

A train ride from downtown to Little Haiti? County vote advances Brightline plan

Brightline won an endorsement Friday for a tax-funded commuter line on the tracks it once used for express trains, with Miami-Dade County commissioners approving the framework for a future deal. The vote didn’t commit Miami-Dade to anything beyond continuing the talks that have been underway for more than a year with the administration of Mayor Carlos Gimenez. […]

Motorsport Network to co-develop office building in Miami’s Little Haiti

An affiliate of Motorsport Network said it will co-develop an office building in Little Haiti and move its headquarters into the building. The 12-story building at 5972 N.E. Fourth Ave. would have about 370,000 square feet of leasable space. Motorsport Network, a major digital platform for automotive sports, will occupy around 50,000 square feet in […]

The massive Magic City project wins a final OK. Will it help or destroy Little Haiti?

Activists rally for more ‘inclusive’ development ahead of Magic City vote A group of community activists protested against the proposed $1B Magic City Special Area Plan in Little Haiti on June 20, 2019. By Carl Juste A massive and controversial plan that would bring a high-rise mini-city to the heart of impoverished Little Haiti won […]