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Mid-Beach arts center, bazaar advance

The last pieces of the Faena District Miami Beach around Collins Avenue in Mid Beach went before the City of Miami Beach’s commission last week for first reading and moved forward, although any ordinance would need…

NY’s Crown Acquisitions asks about courthouse

NY’s Crown Acquisitions asks about courthouse

A New York-based commercial real estate acquisitions firm has expressed interest in the aging Miami-Dade County Courthouse. Even before voters decide whether a new courthouse should be built, Crown Acquisitions…

Most new condo units to become rentals

Most new condo units to become rentals

Activity at the first of the new downtown-Brickell condo towers to be completed leads many to anticipate that a majority of units in condos under construction or announced will, like…

Construction costs head skyward

Construction costs head skyward

As construction picks up across South Florida, builders must deal with rising construction, land and labor costs – but most say chief among these concerns is labor. According to McGraw…

647-unit Edgewater tower gets OK

647-unit Edgewater tower gets OK

The Melo Group plans to bring hundreds of condos to the waterfront in theEdgewater neighborhood. Aria on the Bay will begin construction in early 2015 and bring 647 units to…

Real estate bubble worries deflated

Real estate bubble worries deflated

Industry experts agree that with markets moving as rapidly as they are in South Florida, it’s only natural for people to ask if we’re in the midst of a land…

Historic Bahamian area to be developed

Historic Bahamian area to be developed

After over a decade of planning and several iterations, Gables Pointe Plaza has a go-ahead for a community center and restaurant on bare land at 280 S Dixie Hwy. after…

Tight land, higher costs hobble homebuilding

Tight land, higher costs hobble homebuilding

Though condos have dominated the housing market in Miami-Dade since February of 2003, single-family homes are still in demand – but land constraints and escalating costs for what little zoned…

FedEx may contend for county land deal

Miami-Dade wants to develop 125 acres of county-owned land as either an upscale industrial park or a school campus. Already, FedEx has expressed interest in the South Miami-Dade property adjacent…

Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

It’s not just the scarcity of supply and high demand for commercially zoned land that’s driving land prices up, but also the competition that’s emerged from the increasing number of…

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