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Construction costs head skyward

As construction picks up across South Florida, builders must deal with rising construction, land and labor costs – but most say chief among these concerns is labor. According to McGraw Hill Construction, which tracks construction trends, contracts…

Mega-project due fast city, state action

Mega-project due fast city, state action

Work must begin on the massive Island Gardens mixed-use development on Watson Island by June 2 – a requirement of the latest lease extension – but that cannot happen until…

Office market picks up steam

Office market picks up steam

The Office market has gained strength throughout Miami-Dade County and the outlook is bright based on good employment growth, limited new construction, scarcity of premium space and new-to-market tenants. Office…

Brickell rents up 32% in 5 years and rising

Brickell rents up 32% in 5 years and rising

Miami is a hot market for condo dwellers now that there’s more employment and new office spaces are bringing people with better jobs to the city, industry experts agree. The…

Miami Foundation picks garage offices

Miami Foundation picks garage offices

By year’s end, the Miami Foundation is expected to move from the Southeast Financial Center in the heart of downtown and be set up in its new home in a…

A bad rap on appraisals?

A bad rap on appraisals?

The website for Miami-Dade’s property appraiser now reports more detailed information about the interior and exterior of properties, which might come as a surprise to anyone researching or buying industrial…

Commercial land prices soaring

Commercial land prices soaring

By Susan Danseyar Industry specialists agree commercial land is selling at a robust pace compared with four or five years ago now that investors have more confidence and are seeing…

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…

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