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Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

It’s not just the scarcity of supply and high demand for commercially zoned land that’s driving land prices up, but also the competition that’s emerged from the increasing number of investors who are finding other uses…

Midtown 5 tower nears starting gate

Midtown 5 tower nears starting gate

A development company from Chicago has taken over a project known as Midtown 5 and plans to build a residential tower anchored by retail and office uses in Miami’s bustling…

Lennar expects housing gains to slow

Lennar expects housing gains to slow

Miami-based Lennar Corp., one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, increased revenues and home deliveries in 2013, but the company expects improvements in the housing market to slow this year in…

Housing supply depleted

Housing supply depleted

The roller coaster ride that homebuyers, sellers and brokers have been experiencing is finally leveling out, say those immersed in the residential real estate market in Miami-Dade County. The market…

12,000 Doral residences in pipeline

12,000 Doral residences in pipeline

In only 10 years the City of Doral has grown tremendously, and scores of proposed residential developments have already been approved and are yet to be built. If all of…

State’s tallest observation tower advances

State’s tallest observation tower advances

You cannot construct the tallest building in Florida without a complete and total commitment. “I am spending seven days a week working on this. It’s exhilarating getting up in the…

Asian buyers flock to high-rises

Asian buyers flock to high-rises

Real estate professionals are keeping their eyes firmly on China as more buyers from afar trickle into South Florida. A group from China recently looked at units in Midblock, said…

Design District to have 3 underground garages

Design District to have 3 underground garages

Parking in Miami is never a walk on the beach. But in high-traffic areas – or those that intend to draw a lot of visitors – like Miami’s burgeoning Design…

Alley closure opens way to 40 Bay Point area homes

Alley closure opens way to 40 Bay Point area homes

Miami has approved closure of an L-shaped alley east of Biscayne Boulevard between Northeast 39th Street and the Bay Point Subdivision, clearing the way for a development that’s expected to…

Rentals occupancy and rates strong

Rentals occupancy and rates strong

Midtown, Coral Gables and Edgewater residential property executives are reporting strong occupancy and rental rates. “Since we bought our inventory in Midtown we’ve seen rents go from, on average ……

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