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Four 60-story riverfront towers move ahead

A large project planned for riverfront property adjacent to I-95 would bring more than 1,600 residential units to Miami. These new residences would make up the bulk of four 60-story towers, the heart of a mixed-use development…

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…

Giant bus station in new rail hub?

Miami-Dade Transit officials are in preliminary talks with All Aboard Florida and the Metropolitan Planning Organization to create a multi-million-dollar centralized depot to consolidate the operations of about 20 bus…

Venezuela leads Latin real estate splurge

Venezuela leads Latin real estate splurge

The latest industry report reiterates what top residential realty brokers have been saying: Latin American buyers are essential to the local market. Florida Realtors’ “2013 Profile of International Home Buyers…

Federal flood insurance reform jolts realty world

A deal on a 12-unit apartment building in Allapattah hit an unexpected roadblock last week, just as Emilio Palomo was getting ready for the closing. “Although they don’t need flood…

Pricy Fisher Island land goes for sewerage

Pricy Fisher Island land goes for sewerage

A project to improve the sewage flow in Miami Beach led to talks to acquire nearly $4 million in land on Fisher Island to complete the work after engineers discovered…

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