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Miami Beach OKs bonds for 38 projects

Miami Beach has approved the first tranche of $153 million of a $439 million general obligation bond issuance. The city plans to undertake 38 of the 57 projects the entire bond program is to fund. The tranche…

Unexpected twist to Miami population gain

Miami-Dade’s non-Hispanic white population grew at a faster rate than Hispanics from 2010 to 2012, according to a US Census Bureau July estimate. The county’s total population grew by about…

Miami gives Wal-Mart permit in Midtown

The Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved a Class II Special Permit for the Wal-Mart project in Midtown. City Planning Director Francisco Garcia confirmed that he signed the permit…

Preparing Miami’s link to India markets

Each session at a Sept. 27 “Doing Business in India” workshop will be a primer for a November trade mission that will expose South Florida small businesses to a market…

Vast Design District project rolls ahead

Miami is moving forward to amend the Design District special area plan by expanding the 19-acre mixed-use site 10% to almost 21 acres. The expansion would add 12 smaller properties…

Beach convention center negotiators ready

Miami Beach’s negotiation team is in place as the city prepares to hammer out the details of several agreements with South Beach ACE to develop a $1.1 billion convention center.…

Affordable Housing Targets Brickell

Affordable Housing Targets Brickell

Affordable housing developer the Richman Group of Florida wants to build three multi-level apartment buildings in Miami — but first, the property owners are requesting that the city designate…

‘Every neighborhood selling better’

As condo prices continue to rise all over Miami, inventory has tumbled to an all-time low, making it difficult to say which areas are the hottest. Inventory is especially tight…

Off-market foreclosed homes choke supply

Banks and other mortgage servicers are holding many homes in foreclosure without putting them up for sale, according to local market watchers. In fact, Florida leads the nation by far…

Housing On Market Disappears Fast

Miami-Dade County's rollercoaster-like housing market has swung from a large oversupply in past years to dwindling inventories this year that are fueling double-digit price increases.…

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