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Developers To Take Brickell Name Request To State

Tallahassee is the next stop for real estate interests who want to carry the name of Brickell Avenue north of the Miami River after Miami City Attorney Jorge L. Fernandez…

South Beach Apartments Could Become Boutique Hotel

Metropole Apartments, a 42-unit, three-story South Beach apartment house with a courtyard that housed low-income tenants for decades, may become a boutique hotel following its sale for more than $6.1…

Developer Offers Discounts To Buyers Of Failed Condos

A Brickell condo developer this week offered discounts of up to $21,000 to buyers in projects that have failed - a step observers say mirrors a wave of offers as…

Odebrecht Officials Touts His Company For Tunnel Project

Asking David Peeples why he wants his company to build the Port of Miami tunnel is, he says, "like asking a pilot why he wants to fly."…

Arts Center Signs Agreement For Parking Management

Officials of the Miami Parking Authority and the Miami Performing Arts Center have signed a memorandum of understanding that would have the authority assist with the center's parking before its…

Bank Puts Moratorium On Mortgages For Downtown Miami Condos

An area bank has told lenders to pull the plug on mortgage lending for condo units in downtown Miami via an internal document circulated last month.…

Miami Hires Consultant To Help Sell Knight Center

The fate of Miami's money-losing James L. Knight Center rests with a consultant. City commissioners voted unanimously last week to hire Staubach Company Northeast to help with a possible sale.…
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