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Shortterm Rentals A Matter Of Policy Not Law City Attorney Says

A lawsuit contending that Miami Beach zoning officials are incorrectly interpreting city ordinances to prevent single-family homeowners from renting out homes for less than six months is "frivolous" and should…

Two Consortiums Vie To Lease Develop Airport Land

Vacant land near the Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport attracted interest late last week from only two groups who proposed to lease and develop the property, county aviation officials say.…

Lawsuit Challenges Barring Shortterm Beachhouse Rentals

Miami Beach zoning officials are using loose interpretations of city ordinances to unlawfully prevent single-family homeowners from renting out homes for less than six months, says a New York lawyer…

Downtown Parking Lot Fetches 55m Tower Likely

Expensive property taxes and an annual City of Miami parking lot surcharge forced the Girtman family to unload a West Flagler Street parking lot the family owned for more than…

Brickells Villa Magna Gets Name Change More Focus On Commercial

The focus of the bayfront Villa Magna project has shifted yet again, this time from residential and hotel components to a major mixed-use development that uses restaurants and retail to…

What Brickell Condo Slump Developer Adds Units

As other Brickell developers downsize or revamp residential project plans, developer Renzo Renzi is trying to add up to 150 units to the long-delayed Beacon at Brickell Village.…

Permit For 2tower Mixed Project Sought

A South Florida developer is seeking a permit to build a two-tower residential mixed-use project near the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, but project officials are in no rush…

Bankers Group Joining State Lobbying Campaign For Affordable Housing

Florida bankers are rejoining the campaign for state legislators to boost affordable-housing spending and improve property-tax conditions, officials from a state banking association say.…

Ob Land Value Future Use Remains Unknown

The prospect of a baseball stadium replacing the Orange Bowl is not enough in today's cooling real estate market to ignite a frenzy of commercial investment in property near the…

County Office Seeks State Funding For Stalled River Dredging

Miami-Dade's Department of Environmental Resources Management is asking the state to fund a shortfall in the stalled $74 million Miami River dredging, department officials say.…

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