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Not Growing On The Farms Land Value

Farmland prices in Miami-Dade County are far from their peak as speculators find it difficult to convince the county to bend its Urban Development Boundary.…

Growing Demand Drives Up Brickell Land Values

Increasing demand and scarce supply are making land and commercial sites in Brickell more and more valuable.…

Miami Megayacht Project May Get Investor

Flagstone Development Group may have found added equity for a long-planned mega-yacht complex on Watson Island, which is slated to break ground late this year. …

Miami Commission Split On Shift To Strong Mayor

Miami commissioners are split over whether the city should adopt a strong mayor form of government, handing over the city manager's power and day-to-day responsibilities to the mayor.…

Miami Dips Toe Into Countys Green Entente

Miami will join a number of municipalities in South Florida to form the Green Corridor Property Assessment Clean Energy (PACE) District, which will allow property owners to finance green…

Miami Goes Fishing For Waterfront Lease Operators

Miami is seeking a state-of-the-art marina, expanded tourist dining potential and a shot in the arm for its anemic budget as it seeks new operators for two long-established waterfront…

No Relief For Biscayne Boulevard Jams

Frustrating event traffic jams along Biscayne Boulevard are here to stay.…

As Marlins Park Opens Garage Retail Still Vacant

As the Miami Marlins prepared to play their home opener Wednesday against the St. Louis Cardinals, the 53,000 square feet of retail space at the garages outside the doors…

Massive Construction Job Might Shut South Miami Avenue

The construction of Swire Properties' massive CitiCentre project in Brickell could result in part of South Miami Avenue closing for an unspecified period as construction advances.…

Nearly 200 Spanish Companies Make Homes In Miami

Spanish firms continue to view South Florida as a key entryway into the US and Latin American markets, boosting the local economy with their investments and creating thousands of…

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