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Funds handoff to Orange Bowl team?

A county push to help the Orange Bowl Committee, a sports non-profit that’s behind the annual Orange Bowl football game at Sun Life Stadium, in hosting semifinal college football games, annual Orange Bowl games and possible…

Retail space vacancies hit all-time low

Retail space vacancies hit all-time low

Miami’s retail vacancies, already at an all-time low this past summer, have dipped even more in the past few months. In the second quarter, retail vacancies were at an unprecedented…

Air rights sales soaring

Air rights sales soaring

Air rights – the undeveloped air space above one- and two-story buildings – have been a hot commodity this year in Miami. So far there have been 18 air rights…

Immigration building’s passport to development

Immigration building’s passport to development

A developer plans to transform a former immigration center in Miami’s upper east side into a top-notch hotel, hugged by retail shops. For years the site was known for a…

Work starts on Miami sound stage complex

Work starts on Miami sound stage complex

Plans are moving forward for the Miami Entertainment Center, under construction in a building at 50 NW 14th St that the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency bought for $3.1 million in…

800 residences set above railway depot

800 residences set above railway depot

Thirty-two trains a day – 16 departures from Miami, 16 arrivals to Miami. That is the ambitious expectation for All Aboard Florida, a private venture to bring passenger rail service…

Design District land prices soar

Design District land prices soar

Land prices for commercial land are definitely rising in the Design District and will continue upward bound along with real estate values, say those familiar with the booming neighborhood. Tony…

40 more luxury retailers on way

40 more luxury retailers on way

Miami’s Design District, already home to more than 60 luxury retailers, will welcome at least 40 more when the first phase of an audacious new project opens its doors early…

Miami thrives as nation’s luxury car capital

Miami thrives as nation’s luxury car capital

As retail sales swell amid the turkey and tinsel of each holiday season, luxury car sales also see larger receipts at day’s end. That is particularly true for the Miami…

Miamians ‘are not shopping for basics’

Miamians ‘are not shopping for basics’

Holiday gift giving should be easy and stress-free, so Gregg Andrews of Nordstrom advises selecting unique, special items that people on your list would not buy for themselves. “A great…

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