Emirates new passenger service to Miami, the first restaurant opening in Downtown Miami’s 4B Miami Worldcenter Mega Project
Emirates has a new passenger service to Miami
Emirates is connecting global business and leisure travellers with it’s first-ever passenger service between Dubai and Miami. The airline celebrated the inaugural flight of its four times a week service when it touched down in Miami at 1100hrs local time yesterday.
The flight EK213 was welcomed by Miami International Airport with a water cannon salute, and drew in an audience of passengers, aviation fans and guests.
Legacy Tower is Getting Taller
Legacy Miami Worldcenter is getting a height increase.
The tower is now expected to rise 20 feet taller than originally planned, according to a new approval letter issued by the Federal Aviation Administration yesterday.
Legacy was originally planned to rise 661 feet above ground, or 671 feet above sea level – making it the second tallest tower at Miami Worldcenter.
Now, the tower will rise 681 feet above ground, or 691 feet above sea level – still the second tallest at Worldcenter, at least for now.
Sunset Harbour’s new zoning district bans Ronny Finvarb’s planned hotel, allows taller offices.
Developer Ronny Finvarb won’t be able to build his planned hotel in Sunset Harbour, but taller office buildings are now allowed.
The Miami Beach City Commission unanimously passed a new Sunset Harbour zoning overlay district on Wednesday that increases the height limit for office buildings to 65 feet from 50 feet.
Brickell Southside Park Update
Brickell’s Southside Park is set to be rebuilt with a design by the firm that oversaw New York’s High Line.The park will also be connected to The Underline’s Brickell Backyard as part of the rebuild.
James Corner Field Operations of New York is the architect of the redesigned park, and also designed The Underline and The High Line.
Miami Ranks in Q2 for Tech Job
The number of tech job listings in Miami grew faster than any other major U.S. city last quarter, a new analysis shows.
Overall, Miami tech job listings grew 29% to 14,084 in the second quarter, according to a CompTIA analysis of Burning Glass Technologies Labor Insights data cited in the SFBJ.
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August 2nd 2021