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Rental rates keep rising in Midtown’s high-rises

Demand and rental rates keep rising in Midtown’s high-rises as the area continues to see a steep rise in popularity, but demand and construction in Brickell is on the opposite trajectory, while extra supply does nothing…

City commission backs OK of self-storage facility

City commission backs OK of self-storage facility

Miami city commissioners are backing up the action of the city’s planning director in granting permission for a self-storage facility to be built in Little Haiti. Planning Director Francisco Garcia…

Twin 93-story towers shrink to one at 31 stories

Twin 93-story towers shrink to one at 31 stories

A downtown site in Miami chosen for a pair of 93-story towers will now become home to a far shorter development. Phase one is to be a condo tower called…

Midtown rents hit Brickell levels

Midtown rents hit Brickell levels

Midtown’s residential rental rates continue on an upward swing, and with only two rental projects currently under construction, rates are projected to continue rising. The rental market in the increasingly…

Review warms to Edgewater condos plan

Review warms to Edgewater condos plan

A condo project in Edgewater that received a chilly response from a city review board on its first go-around gained the board’s backing this month after a bit of redesign.…

Flagler Street upgrade faces two hurdles

Flagler Street upgrade faces two hurdles

If all of the stars line up, shovels could be in the ground on the long-delayed Flagler Street renovation from Biscayne Boulevard to the Dade County Courthouse by year’s end.…

Miamians push local Chinese hub

Miamians push local Chinese hub

Johnson Ng has published a Chinese newspaper in South Florida for about 15 years. This year Mr. Ng opened an Asian community center in Miami Gardens, and in less than…

Historic church to become grocery

Historic church to become grocery

An historic Miami church built in 1926 in neoclassical design could end up with a fresh produce aisle and a deli counter under a plan to redevelop the site with…

Gables sketches a greener Miracle Mile

Gables sketches a greener Miracle Mile

A streetscape renovation for Miracle Mile that has been on the drawing boards since 2002 looks ready to kick off and has grown to include Giralda Avenue between Ponce de…

1,771 Miami Worldcenter residences OK’d

1,771 Miami Worldcenter residences OK’d

Two main components of Miami Worldcenter won the approval of a city review board Sept. 16, promising apartments, hotel rooms, office space, restaurants and stores hugging a new 7th Street…

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