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Will More Apartments Bring Less Traffic In Doral?

The future of a 10-acre palm tree nursery is up for grabs in Doral.

Is the lush acreage — located between 107th Avenue and 109th Avenue along Northwest 41st Street — destined for 800,000 square feet of office space plus 77 residential units, as it is under the current land-use plan, or will it house 250 rental apartments?

That’s what Doral City Council members will discuss on Wednesday. They’ll be taking a preliminary vote on whether to change the land use from business and office/residential to high density residential.

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Miami Commissioner Wants to Speed Up Building Permit Review

Thirteen months. That’s how long it took for a Miami developer to receive a building permit for a rental project proposed in the city’s Little Havana neighborhood.

And we’re not talking about an 80-story high-rise. Andrew Frey‘s project is an eight-unit apartment building on a 5,000-square-foot lot.

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