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Average Home Price Twice As Much As Most Can Afford Economist Says

The average single-family house in Miami-Dade County costs about $260,000, twice what most people can afford to pay, a local economist says.…

Overtown Seeks Developer For 90000squarefoot Property

Leaders of Miami's Overtown neighborhood are asking developers to bid on 90,000 square feet of land in a historic area where they envision a mixed-use complex.…

County No Longer Negotiating Purchase Of Freedom Tower

Owners of the Freedom Tower have dropped negotiations with Miami-Dade County for purchase of the historic building.…

Work To Start On Redevelopment Of Andrewravaged Area

Developers plan to start constructing infrastructure this month for a 200-acre village with 1,600 homes, offices and retail space in the southern Miami-Dade County neighborhood of Naranja.…

Its Going To Be Different This Year New Leader Tells Chamber

Allen Harper, the new chairman of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, entered office in red shoes.…

Arts Center Needs 19 Million More Ceo Says

The Miami Performing Arts Center needs an additional $19.4 million in non-construction funds to open, according to President Michael Hardy.…

Florida Delegation To Seek Ftaa Support In Barbados

A Florida delegation plans to travel this month to Barbados to build Caribbean support for Miami's bid for the headquarters of the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas.…

Record Construction Spending Littlenoticed Here Builders Say

A record for construction spending nationwide may not be as evident in South Florida, where activity has been strong for three years, local builders say.…

Ryder Sells Doral Site Plans To Move

Transportation management company Ryder System Inc. has sold the Doral site it occupied for decades to Shoma Development for $39 million.…

Aventura Businesswoman Heads New Indiaus Chamber

A growing Indian population in Florida and frequent inquiries into trade opportunities has led to the creation of the India-US Chamber of Commerce to Greater Miami.…

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