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Milton to build East Little Havana apartment project

A family development company that has invested millions in Miami plans a midrise apartment building for East Little Havana. Reflections Apartments is proposed by 1000 1030 NW 7 ST LLC,…

Miami-Dade County hails its tourist industry

May is national travel and tourism month in Miami-Dade. Bill Talbert, president and CEO of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, appeared at the May 16 county commission meeting…

Downtown fuels imperiled Camillus House program

In honor of former board member Jose Goyanes, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously Friday to donate $50,000 to Camillus House. The money will go toward keeping the…

Parking freebie on Flagler Street downtown 

Delayed Flagler Street reconstruction downtown has led the Miami Parking Authority to offer a free hour of parking there from Friday, May 26, until reconstruction ends, whenever that may be.…

Beach hotel prices rise for Memorial Day weekend

Hotel prices in Miami Beach for Memorial Day weekend have risen 6% compared to 2016, according to hotel price comparison platform HotelsCombined. On average, rooms are costing $254 per night,…

Hines plans 45-story office building in Miami Worldcenter

International real estate firm Hines announced plans Monday to develop 110 10th Street, a 45-story, 600,000-square-foot office-led, mixed-use tower within Miami Worldcenter. 110 10th is to include Class A office…

County urges NAFTA changes tied to farm labor wage gap with Mexico

Miami-Dade County commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday to urge President Donald Trump to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with particular attention to the disparity in agricultural labor costs…

Miami commissioners move to lengthen eviction notice period

Miami city commissioners are willing to extend a little help to those renters without a lease who face evictions and a rush to find new housing. Commissioners on May 11…

Legislation would affect condo, homeowners’ associations

Two bills passed by both houses of the Florida Legislature will affect condominium associations and homeowners’ associations (HOAs) if signed into law, as expected, by Gov. Rick Scott. These changes…

Delay in residences at parking garage costly to developer

Work continues on a plan to incorporate an old public parking garage in downtown Miami with a new residential tower that promises new office space and retail. But a delay…

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