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Miami River developments increasing after $26 million deal

The Miami River has seen a flurry of attempts to revitalize the area. The mixed-use River Landing under construction has spurred interest and activity seeking new opportunities along the corridor that had been historically neglected, and…

Vote soon on Genting plan for 300-room Miami hotel

Vote soon on Genting plan for 300-room Miami hotel

Miami-Dade commissioners should soon vote on a joint development at the county’s Omni Bus terminal and access to the Adrienne Arsht Center Metromover station in which Malaysian casino giant Genting…

Growth in Edgewater is surging ahead

Growth in Edgewater is surging ahead

Despite turbulence at the top of the luxury residential market, growth in Edgewater is surging ahead, observers say. “We got into the market 10 to 15 years ago, at the…

Miami OKs 838 rentals in two Midtown towers

Miami OKs 838 rentals in two Midtown towers

Miami city commissioners succeeded in getting a local workforce commitment and a contribution to the affordable housing fund from a Midtown developer poised to bring two more towers to the…

78-story mixed-use tower to replace Brickell’s Burger King

78-story mixed-use tower to replace Brickell’s Burger King

From Burger King to a real whopper, a developer plans a 78-story mixed-use tower on a Brickell area corner that’s been serving up burgers and fries for years. On the…

Brickell getting unique mixed-use development near I-95

Brickell getting unique mixed-use development near I-95

Work may begin soon on a unique mixed-use development in the shadow of I-95. Called Megacenter Brickell, the project plans to combine multi-family apartments with office, retail, self-storage and parking…

Moishe Mana three-way deal could bring new downtown Miami tower

Moishe Mana three-way deal could bring new downtown Miami tower

A three-way settlement reached by developer Moishe Mana, a second developer and the Miami Parking Authority could bring major high-rise residential construction to the heart of downtown one block from…

Miami-Dade County’s supply of luxury condos for sale could last five years

Miami-Dade County’s supply of luxury condos for sale could last five years

Plagued by swelling inventory and sagging sales, Miami-Dade County’s supply of luxury condos – defined as those priced at more than $1 million – stood at 2,549 by the end…

Real estate markets across Miami-Dade County steady

Real estate markets across Miami-Dade County steady

Brexit and the US elections were among factors that made 2016 a stable and steady – but not record-breaking – year in real estate markets across Miami-Dade County, observers say.…

Miami affordable housing plan could double some densities

Miami affordable housing plan could double some densities

In the past three years City of Miami officials have taken several steps to help encourage construction of affordable housing. In an area where the market rate for rentals seems…

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