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Downtown condo rents may have peaked

Downtown condo rents may have peaked

Brokers say condo rental rates in Brickell and downtown are largely the same as six months ago and expect they will remain so or even trend down a bit as…

Strong dollar lures US visitors to Miami

Strong dollar lures US visitors to Miami

Strengthening of the dollar is bringing more domestic travelers to Miami, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau confirms, though it notes that the number of international visitors remains high.…

Profile: Jean Monestime

Profile: Jean Monestime

When Jean Monestime taught in the Miami-Dade public schools, he learned from his students. He said that helps him bring to the Miami-Dade County Commission an understanding that every day,…

Grove retail in turnabout

Grove retail in turnabout

When the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District began making retail analyses in 2013, there were 21 empty storefronts compared with just eight today, pointing to strong demand for what business…

Profile: Rodolphe el-Khoury

Profile: Rodolphe el-Khoury

Rodolphe el-Khoury didn’t hesitate for a second when he was recruited as dean for University of Miami’s School of Architecture. He’s fascinated by the diverse architectural styles in this city…

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Developers of the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old Spanish Village site asked the Coral Gables Commission not to be afraid of sharing city founder George Merrick’s vision of…

Realty success stories capture honors

Realty success stories capture honors

W. Allen Morris says Miami is not immune from another “boom and bust” cycle nor can it see valuations of property sustained but developers should feel positive about the future…

Torrid housing pace catches up to ’04

Torrid housing pace catches up to ’04

Despite four record-breaking years, residential prices are only now regaining their 2004 highs, according to Teresa King Kinney, CEO of the Miami Association of Realtors. During an address at the…

Profile: Carlos Castillo

Profile: Carlos Castillo

Carlos Castillo began as a firefighter because he enjoys being able to work in emergencies and helping people. He likes getting things done quickly and effectively and says the paperwork…

‘Sky’s the limit’ in South Beach

‘Sky’s the limit’ in South Beach

By all accounts, South Beach is teeming with tourists, shoppers and happily-situated condo owners from all over the world, but the robust economy in this part of Miami also brings…

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