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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

Bruce Berkowitz And Billionaire W.R. Berkley Buy Coconut Grove Assemblage

B and B Group Properties LLC paid $5.4 million for six lots totaling about an acre at a bankruptcy auction $5.4 million. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami-Dade Beacon Council Announces New Jobs And New Chair At Annual Event

More than 400 people attended the economic development group’s annual meeting, where business and civic leaders touted the agency’s recent wins and toasted its new chair. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developers Plan Mixed-Use Project “Eden” In Miami’s Little River

Eden will consist of four buildings offering restaurant, retail and office space with rates from $18 to $35 per square foot. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Feds Widen Their Hunt For ‘Dirty Money’ In Miami Real Estate

Previously limited in scope, the Feds renewed rules will now cover every big-ticket cash transaction by shell companies in seven major markets. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

They’ve Paid For Lots Of Miami Buildings But These Visas May Vanish

Estimated to have funneled more than $18 billion in overseas cash into U.S. business development since 2008 including hundreds of millions of dollars in Florida, the EB-5 visa program will expire on Sept. 30 unless Congress renews it. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

City Of Miami Inches Closer To Multimillion-Dollar Riverfront Development Deal

The City is closer to landing a new administrative building while facilitating the construction of a $465 million mixed-use project, dubbed Nexus Riverside Central, on its current Miami River headquarters site. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

A Developer Talks Miami River, Market Challenges, And His Project, One River Point

Shahab Karmely was part of a panel discussion on the economics of new development amid a new administration and continuing global market fluctuation at TRD‘s Third Annual Broward Real Estate Showcase & Forum in April. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE