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Front Page » 2009 » October (Page 3)

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Projected Miamidade Transit Funding Gap Could Mean Higher Gas Taxes

To pay down existing and future debt for near-term projects — only one of them a major expansion — Miami-Dade Transit faces a projected nearly $59 million annual budget shortfall…

Real Estate Panel International Investors Declining Vacancies To Help Stabilize Market

Higher affordability is to propel the sales of more homes in 2010, with international investors expected to play a key role in helping stabilize the housing market, a panel of…

Despite Speed Bumps Port Of Miami Tunnels Continued Attracting Lender Interest

When it looked like the deal for underwater tunnels to the Port of Miami was collapsing, financing fell apart. …

Miami Company Buys Two Multifamily Developments For 25 Million

A Miami-based real estate company, with the financial support of private investors, has acquired two multi-family developments totaling 460 units for $25 million.…

Miami And Developer Have Different Views On Fate Of Island Gardens County Committee Declares Land Blighted

A luxury development long planned for Miami's Watson Island is just about dead in the water, a top city official says.…

Roni Avissar Guiding Ums Rosenstiel School To New Heights In Atmospheric Study By Copter New Depths In Oceanic Study

The University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science has long been what new Dean Roni Avissar calls a "lighthouse" for research. …

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