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Front Page » 2010 » November (Page 11)

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Foreigners Toting Cash Make 70 Or More Of New Brickell Condo Buys

Foreign buyers with cash in hand are still playing a protagonist role in Brickell's condo market, as they are aggressively competing with local investors and buyers for available units.…

10mile 201 Million Miami International Airport Baggage System Ready For Takeoff

Federal certification begins next week for Miami International Airport's North Terminal fully-automated baggage system, whose cost has almost doubled since the airport took over the project. …

Port Of Miami Due Major Upgrade To Meet Panama Canal Improvements

More than $53 million in special obligation bond receipts may soon be shipped over to Miami-Dade's Port of Miami for a fleet of port-wide improvements, many tied to larger cargo…

Temporary Spaces Go Fast As Art Basel Miami Beach Nears

With South Florida's biggest art show approaching, local and international artists are temporarily leasing spaces in the urban core to showcase their work.…

Miami Industrial Realty Market Turns Around Among Nations Lowest In Vacancies

After a slow start this year, Miami-Dade's industrial market is turning around, with areas like Airport West and Doral stabilizing and leaving little Class A space available for lease.…

Miamidade County Seeks Florida Legislatures Ok To Freeze Some Seniors Tax Bills

In an effort to keep lower- and middle-income seniors in their homes, the county commission is urging the legislature to consider a constitutional amendment that would allow Miami-Dade to freeze…

3 New Teams In South America To Point Tourists Miamis Way

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has added overseas contract representatives in Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, with more additions planned, to promote Miami-Dade County as a tourist destination. …
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