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Riverwalk for new 69-story tower nears

The developer planning a sleek condo tower at the mouth of the Miami River has finalized plans that are to result in a permanent, improved and lushly landscaped public riverwalk. And if plans move forward at the…

Development in downtown Miami at fast clip

Development in downtown Miami at fast clip

Despite rumors that the real estate boom may be slowing down, development in downtown Miami continued at a fast clip last year. Several residential buildings were to be delivered in…

Riverwalk could give illegal building new life

Riverwalk could give illegal building new life

A developer who plans a luxury condo tower at the mouth of the Miami River is willing to extend the public riverwalk westward to EPIC Residences & Hotel right away,…

Miami office market becomes magnet to investors

Miami office market becomes magnet to investors

Miami’s high-performing office market has become a magnet to institutional and foreign investors, brokers say, and the competition is causing top-tier buildings to trade for record prices. “Office-market sales are…

Brickell condo development may slow

Brickell condo development may slow

Riding a five-year trend of high absorption levels, developers planned another robust year of new construction in Brickell’s hot condo market. But early signs suggest 2016 might be different. The…

Project for vacant port land on fast track?

Project for vacant port land on fast track?

A campaign by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority to block any competing use on the county-owned southwest corner of Dodge Island, near PortMiami, seems to be gaining traction. Ken Russell, new…

All-cash realty deals tumble

All-cash realty deals tumble

The percentage of cash transactions in the Miami residential realty market has trickled down over the past three years. Within two years, the percentage of local cash deals dropped 10…

Transit-oriented development rolls ahead

Transit-oriented development rolls ahead

A planned transit-oriented development that would bring new residential and commercial uses near the northern edge of the City of Miami earned initial approval from city commissioners. The Upper East…

Residential construction in slowdown

Residential construction in slowdown

The last three months of the year are pointing to weaker construction activity, specifically within the residential realm, as fewer major projects are predicted to break ground within the next…

Commercial land in double-digit rise

Commercial land in double-digit rise

Miami’s commercial real estate market has seen land values escalate 10% to 15% year-over-year. While prices are rising throughout the county, Miami’s evolving sections such as the Design District, downtown…

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