Miami Herald Building
Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay will soon look very different. The Genting Group has received a permit to demolish the former Miami Herald building.
The newest casino vessel that calls PortMiami home has received a green light from the U.S. Coast Guard after several weeks of delays.
The new high speed ship, which boasts the service of taking gamblers to the Bahamian island of Bimini and back in one day, has already hit rough waters.
The newest casino vessel that calls PortMiami home is scheduled to be christened Friday morning.
There’s a new addition to the fleet of vessels that call Port Miami home. The Bimini SuperFast is currently docked at Terminal F until it’s new home on the other side of the port is ready later this year.
A small fire, suspected to have been started by youths, set-off the sprinkler system at the former Miami Herald building.
Genting Americas, the Malaysian casino giant that was at the forefront of a failed push to expand gambling in Florida last year, is proceeding with plans to eventually demolish the historic Miami Herald building on the bank of Biscayne Bay.
In a surprising move, Casino giant Genting is backing off its efforts to get statewide gambling legalization initiative on the ballot to focus on offering support to legislators as they effort tomake a broad examination of gaming in the state.
Potentially slowing down the addition of resort casinos, Miami-Dade County is calling for lengthy local reviews of casino projects that might be authorized by state lawmakers.
Grandiose may be too small a word to use for plans to develop a multi-billion dollar, multi-tower, casino resort on Biscayne Bay, but the big plans of developers may have hit a bad luck streak in the form of opposition to the project by historians.