Another major development for the PortMiami is the PortMiami Deep Dredge project that will allow Super Post Panamax Megaships to enter the United States after the completion of the Panama Canal expansion in 2014 the ports of Norfolk New York and Baltimore have deepened their ports to the required 50 feet With the correct funding the PortMiami estimates that it is capable of completing such a project by 2014 It is also estimated that this project could double Miami's cargo business in the next 10 years as well as creating over 30,000 permanent jobs for Miami which currently has a very high unemployment rate, Gesu Church built in 1896 is the oldest Catholic church in Miami and one of many central churches and synagogues in Downtown. Sunset Governance 15 References Greater Bethel AME Church (1927). Downtown has over 6,000 hotel rooms in numerous hotels Downtown has Miami's largest concentration of hotel rooms and is the city's hub for business travellers Many of these hotels are geared for business travellers mostly along Brickell Avenue some for luxury leisure stays and others as bargain tourist hotels Some of Downtown's largest hotels are:. . Other Races: 3.2% (0.6% Arab) Dr Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall - District 2 Although the railroads lifted the embargo in May 1926 the boom nevertheless fizzled out Disaster then followed in the shape of the September 1926 Miami Hurricane which drove many developers into bankruptcy the 1928 Okeechobee Hurricane and the Wall Street Crash of 1929 continued the catastrophic downward economic trend and the Florida land boom was officially over as the Great Depression began the depression and the devastating arrival of the Mediterranean fruit fly a year later destroyed both the tourist and citrus industries upon which Florida depended In a few years an idyllic tropical paradise had been transformed into a bleak humid remote area with few economic prospects Florida's economy would not recover until World War II Daytona International Speedway is home to various auto racing events.
2.1.2 Top imports and exports in the world, North Miami 58,786 59,880 Miami-Dade Florida also has more than 500 nonnative animal species and 1,000 nonnative insects found throughout the state Some exotic species living in Florida include the Burmese python green iguana veiled chameleon Argentine black and white tegu peacock bass mayan cichlid lionfish White-nosed coati rhesus macaque vervet monkey Cuban tree frog cane toad Indian peafowl monk parakeet tui parakeet and many more Some of these nonnative species do not pose a threat to any native species but some do threaten the native species of Florida by living in the state and eating them, Several defunct airlines including Airlift International Arrow Air National Airlines and Rich International Airways were headquartered on or near the airport property. Lowe Art Museum (University of Miami Coral Gables) 1.4% Jamaican 1950s to 1970s Frost Art Museum at Florida International University. . Early settlement Miami is also a major fashion center home to models and some of the top modeling agencies in the world the city is host to many fashion shows and events including the annual Miami Fashion Week and the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami held in the Wynwood Art District. . . This is a native dialect of English not learner English or interlanguage; it is possible to differentiate this variety from an interlanguage spoken by second-language speakers in that the "Miami accent" does not generally display the following features: there is no addition of /?/ before initial consonant clusters with /s/ speakers do not confuse of /d?/ with /j/ (e.g Yale with jail) and /r/ and /rr/ are pronounced as alveolar approximant [?] instead of alveolar tap [?] or alveolar trill [r] in Spanish, Delray Beach Marine debris strewn over the beaches of the South Atlantic Inaccessible Island.