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Complex public-private Miami administration building deal stumbles

A complex public-private partnership is apparently falling apart between the City of Miami and a developer that won a bid to build a multi-million-dollar project on the Miami River. Because the city is considering other options for…

Miami-Dade office vacancies highest in 8 years

Miami-Dade office vacancies highest in 8 years

Florida’s economy is fourth-best in the nation in bouncing back from the plunge during the pandemic, but Miami-Dade’s office vacancy rates are also the highest they have been in eight…

Pleas derail higher maximum cost for affordable homes

Pleas derail higher maximum cost for affordable homes

“If we are not raising the minimum wage, if we are not raising our income, low-income families can’t afford a house for that price,” resident Christine Olivo told last week’s…

Downtown Development Authority big on events, not development

Downtown Development Authority big on events, not development

The Downtown Development Authority say downtown Miami has been quiet too long. As the pandemic is receding, many plans are in place to see downtown become alive again. The fun,…

County cuts $4 billion West Dade development deal with developer Terra

County cuts $4 billion West Dade development deal with developer Terra

Miami-Dade and developer Terra have agreed to early terms of a project near Dolphin Station that is expected to yield the county more than $4 billion over a century. Commissioners…

State Attorney moving to river in what could be $108 million lease

State Attorney moving to river in what could be $108 million lease

Leaky bathrooms, malfunctioning air conditioning, faulty elevators, and a flooded parking garage. Those are some things that staff at State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s office will say goodbye to in…

Regency Tower Coral Gables set to start luxury residences

Regency Tower Coral Gables set to start luxury residences

Codina Partners aims to begin site preparation this year for a luxury residential project aimed at empty-nesters and those looking to “right-size.” “Regency Tower Coral Gables,” said Executive Chairman Armando…

Mixed-income housing across from Marlins Park wins OK

Mixed-income housing across from Marlins Park wins OK

A plan for new construction of an attainable mixed-income residential development called Paseo del Rio earned the praise of a City of Miami review board. The seven-story, 182-unit building is…

Developers move fast to meet Miami’s growth needs

Developers move fast to meet Miami’s growth needs

As Miami continues to rebound from the pandemic, developers are making their mark by building new towers and infrastructure to meet the current and future needs of the city. Rishi…

Wynwood project’s design returns to win Round Two

Wynwood project’s design returns to win Round Two

A plan to construct a 12-story building containing commercial space and workforce housing in Wynwood garnered the approval of the Wynwood Design Review Committee after some recommended changes were made.…

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