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Front Page » 2011 » August (Page 11)

Florida Gov Scott To Lead October Mission To Brazil

A delegation of Florida's business leaders headed by Gov. Rick Scott is to make its way to Brazil to establish deeper trade ties between the regions.…

Plan Revisited To Run A Rail Loop Through Miamidade County

In light of Commissioner Xavier Suarez's plans to beef up Miami-Dade's transit system by using existing rail lines to connect Midtown to downtown Miami, commission Chairman Joe Martinez is revisiting…

Fueled By Strong Demand Miami Condo Rents Rise In Double Digits

Strong demand and rapidly diminishing inventory is significantly boosting rental rates in Brickell's condos, brokers say.…

South Florida College Applications Enrollments Soaring

The number of applicants and total enrollment continues to rise at South Florida colleges despite escalating tuition costs. …

Miamis Newest Condo Tower Offerings Close To Sellouts

Several newly-built condominium towers in Miami's urban core are close to selling out about a year after sales took off, surpassing the projections of their sales teams.…

First Tax Cut Ever On Tap For Downtown Miami

For the first time ever, the quasi-independent Miami Downtown Development Authority is lowering its tax rate.…

Florida Marlins Garage Retail Dining Sites Meet Resistance

Real estate firm NAI Miami may have lost out on the Marlins garage retail-leasing gig, but its months of work on the project reveal the direction retail could take.…
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