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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 much access to the river is available…

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…

83-story tower coming out of ground

83-story tower coming out of ground

To be the tallest residential building on the East Coast this side of New York, Panorama Tower is to rise 83 stories in the heart of Brickell. It is a…

Strong housing prices might dip

Strong housing prices might dip

Those who are immersed in residential real estate every day believe the market will stay strong in 2015, with leveling off on the appreciation we’ve seen for the past few…

Developers pour money into riverfront

Developers pour money into riverfront

From One Brickell to River Landing, developers intend to sink millions into new construction along the Miami River. The strong interest in riverfront property for a wide variety of uses…

Residences sit longer on sale block

Residences sit longer on sale block

Residential properties – both single-family homes and condominiums – are staying on the sale market longer, according to the Miami Association of Realtors. The median time on the market of…

European realty buyers thin out

European realty buyers thin out

Economic changes on both sides of the pond have changed the profile of European buyers in the Miami housing market, where they are not as prevalent as they once were.…

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Gables digs deep into vast Mediterranean Village

Agave Ponce LLC met a setback in scheduling last week when a Coral Gables board couldn’t decide whether to amend zoning for the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old…

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