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The Miami Downtown Development Authority has approved a new plan to reshape the downtown area by 2025.
[The tunnel] is going to solve congestion problems and reduce noise and pollution, since there are so many construction projects going on in the area," says Adam Lukin, project director for the Miami Downtown Development Authority, which is overseeing a virtual reconstruction of the city's waterfront area.
The Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) points out that a recent resurgence fueled by population growth and a local desire for a lively urban core has led to unprecedented levels of private and international investment valued at more than $12.
The program is partly funded by the Miami Downtown Development Authority (www.
But the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) still has a single focus: completing the metamorphosis of the Magic City's urban core.
Hackers will also have the chance to win the Miami Downtown Development Authority (MDDA) Local Challenge Prize of $1,500 to the hacker that develops an app that assists users in avoiding traffic jams by finding alternative routes when the downtown bridges are up.
Gorson also serves on the boards of Tulane University and the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and is a former board member of the City of Miami Downtown Development Authority, Mt.
MIAMI -- 62% of the residential units completed in Downtown Miami since 2003 are occupied, and the closing rate is accelerating despite obstacles to financing, according to a Residential Closings & Occupancy Study conducted by independent research firm Goodkin Consulting/Focus Real Estate Advisors in partnership with the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA).