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Miami’s condo market continues to be global magnet

Miami’s condo market continues to be global magnet

Miami’s condo market continues to be a strong magnet for international investment, but many brokers say the line between residents and investors may now be fuzzier than ever. Christian Kawas,…

Miami International Airport slips in on-time flights

Miami International Airport slips in on-time flights

Miami International Airport slipped to No. 19 in 2015 from No. 9 the previous year in on-time performance among the top 20 large airports in OAG’s Punctuality League. The UK-based…

Miami office market becomes magnet to investors

Miami office market becomes magnet to investors

Miami’s high-performing office market has become a magnet to institutional and foreign investors, brokers say, and the competition is causing top-tier buildings to trade for record prices. “Office-market sales are…

Brickell condo development may slow

Brickell condo development may slow

Riding a five-year trend of high absorption levels, developers planned another robust year of new construction in Brickell’s hot condo market. But early signs suggest 2016 might be different. The…

Landfill gas cash cow hits hiccup

Landfill gas cash cow hits hiccup

The Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Department’s plan to save money at the South District Wastewater Treatment Plant’s cogeneration facility has met with some setbacks, but solutions are now on the…

Universities’ enrollments trending up

Universities’ enrollments trending up

Most area colleges and universities find enrollment for the fall semester conforms to expectations. The exception may be St. Thomas University, which saw an appreciable increase in enrollment following some…

World Trade Center Miami goes regional

World Trade Center Miami goes regional

The World Trade Center Miami, now in its third decade, is looking at new strategies to increase its outreach and further its mission. “Our mission is to increase two-way trade…

Libraries plan new services, more days open

Libraries plan new services, more days open

A generous hike in its proposed collections budget will allow Miami Dade Public Library System to buy more books and databases this year for its 49 branch libraries. Thanks to…

As world trade plunges, Miami’s dips

As world trade plunges, Miami’s dips

Due to economic turmoil affecting several key trading partners, international trade has been slow so far this year in the Miami Customs District, which covers airports and seaports from Palm…

College rolls drop as economy climbs

College rolls drop as economy climbs

Enrollment in most local colleges and universities follows national trends, with slighter lower numbers since the recession. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, enrollment in post-secondary, degree-granting institutions…

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