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57-story luxury condo tower in Edgewater advances

The plan to build a luxury condo tower on the waterfront in Edgewater is moving ahead. Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has recommended approval of Elysee Miami, a 100-unit condo planned for a parcel at 700 NE…

Related to pre-sell 3 Brickell towers as year begins

Related to pre-sell 3 Brickell towers as year begins

The Related Group aims to start pre-sales on One Brickell, its three-tower megaproject in the heart of Brickell, at the beginning of next year. Despite a recent “notice of presumed…

Brickell City Centre makes towering change

Brickell City Centre makes towering change

Brickell City Centre announced Tuesday the rebranding of its office component to incorporate two Class A office buildings equaling 260,000 square feet, both of which will be ready by year’s…

Mega-complex seeks PortMiami land

Mega-complex seeks PortMiami land

A proposal to put a $240 million maritime center – which would include convention space, a hotel, a yacht marina and related facilities – in the southwest corner of PortMiami…

Vast Mediterranean Village moving ahead

Vast Mediterranean Village moving ahead

Mediterranean Village at Ponce Circle is proceeding on schedule, say its developers, who plan to submit construction drawings currently being prepared to the City of Coral Gables by year’s end.…

Grove housing tight, prices rising

Grove housing tight, prices rising

Low inventory and climbing prices make the Coconut Grove residential real estate market favorable for the seller, real estate experts say. “There’s not a lot of inventory and prices are…

700 Midtown rentals get cold shoulder

700 Midtown rentals get cold shoulder

A developer’s plan to turn half a dozen acres next to Midtown into row upon row of rental apartments is in limbo after a less-than-favorable examination by the city’s Urban…

Historic site repeal may raise cost of bridge

Historic site repeal may raise cost of bridge

A decision by city commissioners regarding land on the Miami River might ultimately impact the design and cost to replace the Southwest First Street Bridge. It might also affect how…

In one day, 1,750 more housing units

In one day, 1,750 more housing units

If you think Miami’s building boom is slowing, try telling that to the city’s Urban Development Review Board. In one afternoon last week the board reviewed about a half-dozen planned…

Warehouse feeding frenzy continues

Warehouse feeding frenzy continues

Vacancy rates in the Miami industrial sector remain low, dropping from about 4% in the first quarter of the year to 3.8% now, CBRE reported. Seagis Property Group, a Pennsylvania-based…

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