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Strong dollar, soft condo market in Fed’s focus

Strong dollar, soft condo market in Fed’s focus

South Florida continues to see economic growth paced by robust commercial real estate activity and strong hospitality numbers. However, a strong dollar versus other global currencies and an oversupply in…

Juan Acosta: Consolidates Viacom productions in new Miami studio

Juan Acosta: Consolidates Viacom productions in new Miami studio

If all you knew about Juan Acosta was his academic credentials, it might be safe to assume that, with a bachelor’s in accounting and master’s of business administration, he spends…

Brazil tourism still first in Miami

Brazil tourism still first in Miami

Brazil maintains a stronghold in Miami’s international tourism market despite being in the midst of economic uncertainty and political turmoil, according to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. Brazil…

FYI Miami: March 24, 2016

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. WORLDCENTER VOTE:…

Guyana grower plans Miami River trading hub

Guyana grower plans Miami River trading hub

An established importer-exporter plans to redevelop a marine-industrial site on the upper Miami River, a move expected to generate new jobs and tax base for the area. The company plans…

Museum of Science bailout would alter board

Museum of Science bailout would alter board

A county committee is to consider legislation this week that would approve a $45 million grant agreement with the Museum of Science for completing its new home at 1075 Biscayne…

County pulls plug on Miami Ocean Studios

County pulls plug on Miami Ocean Studios

County commissioners last week rescinded a $10 million allocation awarded to Miami Ocean Studios Enterprises, thereby making the money available for re-allocation to eligible projects in line for economic development…

80% seeing Miami International Boat Show took transit

80% seeing Miami International Boat Show took transit

Miami city commissioners were impressed last week by details of the mass transit plan put into place for the Miami International Boat Show in February. Held on the same weekend…

Miami holds own in international sales of real estate

Miami holds own in international sales of real estate

Miami was able to hold its own even as Florida mirrored national trends with fewer international sales but significantly higher dollar volume of residential sales to foreigners in 2015, according…

Design District big names only half the story

Design District big names only half the story

With only part of the construction completed on the upscale outdoor Design District mall, some shop owners eagerly moved in last fall. Tom Ford, Fendi, ECJ Luxe and Hermès had…

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