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FedEx may contend for county land deal

Miami-Dade wants to develop 125 acres of county-owned land as either an upscale industrial park or a school campus. Already, FedEx has expressed interest in the South Miami-Dade property adjacent to the Homestead Air Reserve Base, said…

Resident influx feeds rising condo towers

Resident influx feeds rising condo towers

It’s going to take a lot of housing to match South Florida’s population increase, especially with Miami-Dade’s increasing popularity among both domestic and international homebuyers. With 175 new residents coming…

Miami residences move into 8-digit neighborhood

Miami residences move into 8-digit neighborhood

From floor-to-ceiling glass walls in “sky homes” to sweeping landscapes, butlers, panoramic views, yacht club concierges, waterfront settings, furniture that has yet to hit the market and private everything –…

Miami cracks Top 10 luxury residential markets

Miami cracks Top 10 luxury residential markets

Miami’s in with the in-crowd, tastemakers say, debuting on Christie’s International Real Estate’s list of top 10 luxury residential markets. The real estate arm of the iconic auction house publishes…

Chinese target Miami residences

Chinese target Miami residences

Miami’s smoking hot real estate market and its savvy realtors paired with Asia’s astute investors are proving to be a match made in long distance realty heaven. Just back from…

Risks built into big condo deposits

Risks built into big condo deposits

The same paradigm shift that’s making condo developers less reliant on lenders by changing the way they finance construction is also generating new risks, observers say. Hefty deposits from buyers…

New Yorkers now top spenders for Miami homes

New Yorkers now top spenders for Miami homes

New Yorkers are emerging as the darlings of local real estate. Accustomed to expensive property and wanting to escape state taxes, they’re outspending other buyers to set up a local…

Residential developers raise caution flag

If, as the saying goes, there’s a time for every purpose, then this is the season for caution. Even though the real estate market is rebounding, industry leaders say savvy…

Globe uses Miami luxe housing as currency

Luxury real estate’s the new global currency – and Miami’s rolling in it. The asset’s in increasing demand as international investors seek havens, says Jonathan Miller, president and CEO of…

State incentives reclaiming city land

State incentives reclaiming city land

Garden apartments are among the developments sprouting on former polluted sites, thanks to a growing brownfield movement backed by state incentives. Cleanup is expensive, but supporters say those willing to…

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