Tequesta Indian Miami Circle Park to get state upgrade
The state is preparing to make long-term improvements to Miami Circle Park, home to a 2,000-year-old Tequesta Indian artifact at the mouth of the Miami River. The Department of State has set aside about $500,000 for an improvement plan for the state-owned 2.5-acre site on the northern edge of Brickell. Timothy A. Parsons, representing the... more...

Brickell open-air riverfront site to offer 7 restaurants
An elaborate plan for a family-oriented, open-air culinary experience on riverfront property in Brickell has the endorsement of the Miami River Commission. A company has leased vacant land at 431-451 S Miami Ave. with plans for Riverside, a venue with a dozen components including seven local restaurants, a tap room and an outdoor event space of... more...

Law Firm Signs 22,000-Square-Foot Lease For Move To Brickell
After 15 years in Downtown Miami, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr will be relocating its Miami office to the Brickell Financial District. Relocating from the Southeast Financial Center, the full-service law firm is moving its office to 701 Brickell Ave., Suite 1700, where it will occupy approximately 22,400 square feet of space. The new... more...