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Front Page » 2006 » November (Page 7)

Construction Costs May Be On Way Down Experts Say

Construction costs, escalating at an unprecedented rate for two years, may be starting to come down, according to local industry watchers.…

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Whose Failure Is Flippings Flop Dont Blame Messenger

A broker in our pages last week blamed the media for the residential real estate slide. And a developer wrote to us that press warnings of a condo bust had…

Miami Oks Project After Revision In Plans

A South Florida developer who wants to build a high-end mixed-use complex in Miami cleared final permitting hurdles at last week's City Commission meeting after revising original plans to appease…

Mercy Hospital Plans To Rebuild With Funds From Property Sale

Mercy Hospital will replace its 50-year-old facilities using funds from the sale of its 6.7-acre parking lot regardless of what ends up built on the land, Mercy President John Matuska…

Quiet Hurricane Season Not Enough For Image Tourism Officials Say

Although tourism officials are among those breathing a sigh of relief as the Nov. 30 end of the hurricane season draws near, it will take at least another quiet year…

Commissioners Seek Review Of Zoning Near Airports

After the Miami-Dade County commission approved a $200 million housing project that borders Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport last week, elected officials called for a complete review of the county's airport buffer…

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