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County gets only a third of planned slots take

Miami-Dade County projects it will receive $3.2 million from pari-mutuel slot machine revenue in fiscal 2013-14, only about a third of what it had anticipated when slot machines were approved at the pari-mutuels, a…

Football bowl rent to benefit Miami Marlins owners

Football bowl rent to benefit Miami Marlins owners

College football at Marlins Park in Miami should be a moneymaker, but the city and the county won’t see much of it, according to government-approved agreements for the largely publicly-financed…

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…

UM 75% of way to $1.6 billion fundraising goal

UM 75% of way to $1.6 billion fundraising goal

For those not acquainted with the current state of fundraising in US higher education, the numbers from the University of Miami in Coral Gables may sound staggering. The university’s first…

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…

County putting tennis center in center court

County putting tennis center in center court

Miami-Dade County commissioners are expected to make some big decisions next month on the controversial plan to renovate the Crandon Park Tennis Center on Key Biscayne. The plan by the…

Malls at capacity, seek to add on

Occupancy in Miami-Dade’s larger malls is at full capacity and some have undergone or are planning for expansions, supported by improving economic trends. “We’re fully leased,” said Maria Prado, general…

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