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Front Page » 2011 » July

With Renters Lined Up Foreign Buyers Snap Up Downtown Miami Condos

From the Miami River to Midtown, downtown Miami condos are hot commodities among international buyers, brokers say, not least because renters are lining up to lease them.…

Brazils Exclusion From Visa Investor Programs Hits Miamis Economy

Even while Brazil, Miami's top international trading partner, is driving economic growth through investment in businesses and real estate, many in South Florida worry that US visa policy is preventing…

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Miami Residential Sales Recovery Rockets Past Rest Of Nation

After experiencing one of the worst housing market crises, Miami is making a strong comeback — above other major cities in the US — fueled by international investors buying local…

As Miami Office Buildings Sell More Big Deals On Horizon

While Miami's office market remains slow on the leasing side as more space is available than tenant demand, the sales side is more active than last year, with significant deals…

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Miami Trading Realty Teams For New Florida Marlins Ballpark Garages

Miami is trading players in the game of leasing retail space at its Marlins stadium garages.…

Brazilian Restaurant Chain Plans Major Us Incursions

Giraffas, a casual restaurant chain with 375-plus locations across Brazil, is bringing its South American fare, along with ample investment and job opportunities, to South Florida. …

Rolando Aedo Drives Marketing Strategy To Promote Region To Visitors Globally At Areas 25yearold Convention Bureau

Hoteliers watch out. One of the men in charge of pitching Miami as a vacation destination around the globe likes to get away in his own backyard.…

10year Quest For Miami Megayacht Marina Heads To Florida Cabinet

If Gov. Rick Scott's cabinet OKs a state waiver allowing for commercial development on City of Miami-owned Watson Island, Flagstone Development Group's long-planned project is just a "rubber stamp" away…

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