Planned Redevelopment Of Former INS Location In Miami Draws $26M Loan

Developers plan to turn the 1.4-acre property into a mixed-use development called Triton Center with hotel rooms, apartments and commercial space. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Macy’s To Close Historic Downtown Miami Store

The Miami building is viewed as an anachronism by developers, planners and analysts as the downtown area attracts a younger population that generally avoids department stores and prefers to shop online. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

“Climate Gentrification” Could Add Value To Elevation In Real Estate

The accelerating trend of homes at higher elevations gaining value at a faster clip than those closer to sea level has residents and real estate agents — in Miami and other coastal communities — asking whether “climate gentrification” has arrived. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Can ‘Miami Modern’ Do For North Beach What ‘Art Deco’ Did For South Beach?

City leaders are moving to protect more than 200 mid-century apartment buildings across two new local historic districts — which comes with significant protection from demolition. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Will Chinese Condominium Buyers Keep Flooding Miami In 2018?

According to Art Falcone, co-founder and managing principal of Encore, Miami could potentially see a slowdown on the condo front next year–not due to a lack of buyers but because of lenders. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami Board OKs Waivers For Proposed Mixed-Use Tower In The Arts & Entertainment District

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board just signed off on several waivers for the project at 1775 Biscayne Boulevard that would have 444 residential units, 200 hotel rooms, 45,600 square feet of commercial space, and 64,500 square feet of office space. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Mixed-Use Development Project Near UM Obtains $95M To Start Construction

Breaking ground before the end of 2017 and taking two years to complete, the Coral Gables project will have 240 hotel rooms, 200 apartments, 4,380 square feet of restaurants, and 20,000 square feet of retail, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Argentines Are Becoming ‘Power Players’ In Miami Real Estate

The days of Argentines flying under Miami’s “real estate radar” are in the past. Some of the city’s most visible and exciting new projects are being created by developers with deep roots in Argentina. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE