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Firm to monitor Miami Worldcenter hiring

The Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency has hired a $430,000-a-year consultant to monitor minority job creation at Miami Worldcenter. The developer will pay the bill, said Clarence Woods III, CRA executive director. The mammoth mixed-use property…

Developer Terra buying Miami city garage

Developer Terra buying Miami city garage

A city-owned parking garage in Coconut Grove is being sold to a well-known developer for $16 million. The Miami Parking Authority built and owns the Oak Avenue Garage. On April…

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…

‘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…

Miami renters increase 25% in 7 years

Miami renters increase 25% in 7 years

Miami’s rental population is growing and market watchers are divided as to why, with some saying it’s temporary and others that housing prices are prohibitive for anyone but the super-wealthy.…

Two 60-story towers due on river

Two 60-story towers due on river

Dual 60-story residential towers with a waterfall are proposed for choice riverfront land in the shadow of Miami Avenue Bridge. During the city’s last building boom, three condo towers rose…

Chinese home investment in Miami grows

Chinese home investment in Miami grows

Although there isn’t a large Chinese presence in South Florida yet, observers say infrastructure is coming together and will eventually attract homebuyers from that market. Miami is seeing the beginnings…

Northeast storms drive homebuyers to Miami

Residential brokers have long known the Northeastern winters draw people to South Florida but say this year, with a brutal winter, they’ve seen an unprecedented number of migrating homebuyers. Maji…

Multi-use tower would trim parking

Multi-use tower would trim parking

The developer of a mixed-use project that would be a neighbor to the Design District earned a positive recommendation from Miami’s Urban Development Review Board, after being deferred for a…

Big-box retail site sold for $64 million

After years in the commercial real estate business, one knows when to take advantage of a great offer, said Ignacio Garcia Du-Quesne, former developer of the proposed retail and office…

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