Brickell Citicentre was one of the most ambitious development projects announced during the height of Miami's epic construction boom, but it canceled after the bottom fell out of the market in 2007. The project's collection of skyscrapers would have forever altered the Miami skyline, while its ma ... More >>
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Amid a flurry of memos, Miami Beach City Manager Roger Carlton is accused of tampering with a zoning decision. But of course it was just one big misunderstanding.