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Commission probes case of the disappearing public park

Some members of the Miami River Commission were disappointed recently to learn that a proposed major mixed-use residential project would not be providing a public park after all. Mast Capital plans nearly 700 residential units in two…

Pricy Fisher Island land goes for sewerage

Pricy Fisher Island land goes for sewerage

A project to improve the sewage flow in Miami Beach led to talks to acquire nearly $4 million in land on Fisher Island to complete the work after engineers discovered…

Buyers chase Brickell, downtown condos

Buyers chase Brickell, downtown condos

Downtown Miami and Brickell’s condo resale sector is “hot,” top brokers say, with demand far outpacing supply and buyers already having scooped up the tens of thousands of units that…

Homes off beaten path still bargains

Homes off beaten path still bargains

Despite years of rising prices, there are still real estate bargains to be had in Miami-Dade, experts say, but they’re likely to be outside the bustling metropolitan markets. Even though…

Construction team shortage may slow development

Fernando Martinez is back. And his return to the construction trade might be a sign of the times. In 2008, in the midst of the real estate collapse, the owner…

State OKs huge multi-use project

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has granted a land use change at the former Westview Country Club’s site, approved by the Miami-Dade County Commission last year, that allows a…

Home price rises outpace income

Home price rises outpace income

Kurt Zauke is a creative type. But the graphic artist is nothing if not practical about Miami’s real estate market when it comes to the American dream. “I love the…

Waterfront development land running dry

As real estate demand and prices keep soaring, developable land has been on the decline in Miami-Dade, especially oceanfront sites. Even though they agree it depends on the type of…

Less distressed housing, higher prices

In what real estate brokers are saying is the latest sign of the industry’s turnaround, fewer “distressed properties” – including foreclosures, short sales and homes owned by banks and other…

Forecast: 2 shining years for housing

Forecast: 2 shining years for housing

The next two years are going to be great for residential real estate sales, top brokers predict. “It’s a very strong market,” said Emilio Palomo, board member of the Master…

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