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Miami retail climbs higher

Miami moved up one spot to rank 11th in Marcus & Millichap’s National Retail Index for 2015, climbing from 12th place last year, among 46 major retail markets based on a series of 12-month variables including…

5 million Miami cruise passengers in view

5 million Miami cruise passengers in view

Three more cruise ships based here this month and more due this season should push Port Miami close to 5 million passengers, officials say. Some debate which seaport leads in…

Risks built into big condo deposits

Risks built into big condo deposits

The same paradigm shift that’s making condo developers less reliant on lenders by changing the way they finance construction is also generating new risks, observers say. Hefty deposits from buyers…

Merge business groups, Nero urges

Merge business groups, Nero urges

The Beacon Council needs to be more independent and work with the public sector as equals, particularly by shifting its funding sources to receive the larger share from the private…

Globe uses Miami luxe housing as currency

Luxury real estate’s the new global currency – and Miami’s rolling in it. The asset’s in increasing demand as international investors seek havens, says Jonathan Miller, president and CEO of…

Malls at capacity, seek to add on

Occupancy in Miami-Dade’s larger malls is at full capacity and some have undergone or are planning for expansions, supported by improving economic trends. “We’re fully leased,” said Maria Prado, general…

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority are backing a move to extend the Coral Way route of the City of Miami trolley to PortMiami, on the theory that it will…

Investments, upgrades spur Brickell boom

Brickell’s real estate boom is continuing to change the face of the financial hub, with more aging structures in line for demolition to make way for new towers, investors reaching…

Miami faces air cargo crunch, association says

Miami faces air cargo crunch, association says

In the year’s first eight months, Miami International Airport’s total domestic cargo declined 4.1% and international cargo increased 0.61%, as did total cargo by 0.008% compared to the same period…

Avocado industry extinction feared

Avocado industry extinction feared

The Florida avocado industry faces the likelihood of being lost as a result of significant economic hits following the constant devastating effects of exotic pests and disease on avocado tree…

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