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Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

Midtown apartment tower heads to approval

A trio of developers is coming together to create one of the first luxury rental apartment buildings in Midtown Miami. Midtown 29 is a proposed mixed-use development planned for a site at about 190 NE…

Mid-rise condos target historic block

Mid-rise condos target historic block

Miami commissioners have rejected an appeal from downtown property owners objecting to a plan for a mid-rise condo in a block of Southeast First Street with historic structures, including an old bank building next door…

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Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

The Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday approved the allocation of an aggregate $20 million of taxpayer funds to three privately developed projects, including the 1,000-foot…

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Agave Ponce LLC met a setback in scheduling last week when a Coral Gables board couldn’t decide whether to amend zoning for the proposed Mediterranean…

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Drawn by both favorable weather and tax climates, financial service firms are a fast-growing business sector here. “Hedge funds have been moving from New York…

Miami’s own film studio work advances

Miami’s own film studio work advances

Minus one wall and bearing a new name, the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency’s planned film studio 50 NW 14th St. continues to move forward. The…

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Opinion

In madcap development boom, a little less Christmas spirit

In madcap development boom, a little less Christmas spirit

US consumer confidence charged to a post-recession high this month. In Miami, we didn’t need the uptick report in Saturday’s Wall Street Journal – we could see the confidence written all over projects ready and willing to be painted on our skyline. While recession has barely eased its grip on parts of Miami – the areas where the middle class and working folks reside – the upper end is firmly gripped once more by a euphoria that creates our boom-bust economy…

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Profile: Robert Finvarb

Profile: Robert Finvarb

When hotel developer Robert Finvarb underwrites an opportunity, he goes in with his eyes wide open, understanding that there’s a very high probability market conditions will change in the two or three years before the structure is built. He conservatively structures transactions to be able to weather the inevitable storm that will come during his ownership. Mr. Finvarb and his partner, David Martins, who has been a real estate developer since 1972, are introducing the Hyatt brand to South Beach in…

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Real Estate

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Agave Ponce LLC met a setback in scheduling last week when a Coral Gables board couldn’t decide whether to amend zoning for the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old Spanish Village site. After discussion…

Government

Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

Skyrise, college, Overtown project hit county jackpot

The Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday approved the allocation of an aggregate $20 million of taxpayer funds to three privately developed projects, including the 1,000-foot Skyrise tower to rise at Bayside Marketplace. The commission’s approval…

Business & Finance

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Drawn by both favorable weather and tax climates, financial service firms are a fast-growing business sector here. “Hedge funds have been moving from New York and elsewhere to Miami,” said attorney Carlos Deupi, chairman of…

Communities

Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Suits blocking Grove waterfront upgrades

Coconut Grove’s waterfront is poised for major changes, but lingering lawsuits keep getting in the way and city commissioners are tired of it. Commissioners extended licenses for the current restaurants and marina northeast of City…

Arts & Culture

Big Art Basel influx on way

Big Art Basel influx on way

With 267 galleries exhibiting works of more than 400 artists this year, “the fair has grown dramatically over 13 years, as far as participation of galleries, and attendance has increased year after year,” said Robert…

Education

New way to move youth fair

New way to move youth fair

After voters approved potential expansion of Florida International University onto county land where the annual Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition is held, county officials are now seeking a new site for the fair. Only, this…

Healthcare

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

The addition of eight healthcare providers – primary care physicians – has opened up about 35,200 patient slots for Jackson Health System. “We’ve done a lot of expansion in the primary care area in the…

Transportation

All Aboard Florida revises station plans

All Aboard Florida revises station plans

All Aboard Florida, the passenger railway that might eventually link Miami and Orlando, has revised plans for its downtown Miami station. While work on the nearly 7-acre station has begun – the parking lots near…

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