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No long-term pandemic impact on Miami residential values

Brokers say the current Covid-19 crisis unlikely to have a lasting effect on Miami’s residential real estate market. “Miami-Dade single-family home pricing has been very resilient in previous recessions – ’74, ’82, ’92 and ’01, with no…

Leonard Abess wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Leonard Abess wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Philanthropist Leonard L. Abess, chairman & CEO of thinkLAB Ventures, has been a devoted steward of the environment for decades, quietly funding research and educational facilities as well as fostering…

Pandemic puts Coral Gables power line burial on hold

Pandemic puts Coral Gables power line burial on hold

A ballot question asking Coral Gables voters whether they want to bury power lines across the city for a substantial cost won’t likely come until next year due to coronavirus…

ChamberSOUTH adds virtual programming to aid members

ChamberSOUTH adds virtual programming to aid members

  During a time of uncertainty and confusion among small business owners, ChamberSOUTH wants the community to know that it’s still open for business.  To better serve its members and…

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

  Transit Alliance Miami’s Better Bus Project, a county-wide redesign of Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route network, was in its final stages before mandated coronavirus closures last month stalled efforts. Just over…

United Way emergency response fund passes $2.1 million

United Way emergency response fund passes $2.1 million

  In efforts to rapidly respond to the coronavirus crisis, United Way of Miami-Dade has activated emergency initiative “Operation Helping Hands.” With the collaboration of funders and corporate partners, Operation…

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Legislation that would add additional food trucks regulations in the City of Miami has stalled, as the discussion among commissioners centered on the ways food trucks operate in the city…

Ex-manager quickly becomes architect for Palmetto Bay showcase work

Ex-manager quickly becomes architect for Palmetto Bay showcase work

Two major players once thought to be finished with Palmetto Bay’s lengthy effort to transform its downtown area are back in the game, and their return could further delay progress…

Green light on horizon for more downtown Miami parks

Green light on horizon for more downtown Miami parks

It’s been a housing boom, following the Great Recession, that’s seen Miami’s downtown become home to nearly 100,000 residents and more than 100 residential towers. As more buildings go up…

New addiction center leases large slice of Omni Center

New addiction center leases large slice of Omni Center

A center dealing with treatment and research of substance addictions has leased 43,895 square feet in Omni Center – the former Omni International Mall – where it plans to open…

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