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VIDEO: Miami Developer Looks To The Future With Flying Carport

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82-Story Mixed-Use Tower Proposed For Downtown Miami

The board will review the plan to redevelop the Miami Courtyard Marriott site into a mixed-use tower on Wed., April 18. If approved, the project would add to a handful of new towers planned for that downtown area. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Moishe Mana’s Plan For A ‘Curbless,’ Pedestrian-Friendly Flagler Street

In planning since at least 2011, Flagler Street renovation work was halted to consider a fresh new idea from Moishe Mana that would cost an additional $6 million and 36-42 months to build. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami’s Global Reputation As A Global City Growing

With nearly 6 million residents and an economic output of more than $300 billion, Greater Miami is one of the largest economic regions in the US and the world, comparable to Singapore and Hong Kong, according to a study. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Judge Rules Miami Violated Watson Island Developer’s Lease, Could Owe Millions In Damages

The court ruling could allow the mega-yacht and mixed-use project to move forward while leaving the city on the hook for million of dollars in damages and attorney fees. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Colombian Interest In Miami Real Estate Holds Steady Into 2018

According to a new report from the Miami Association of Realtors, potential buyers from Colombia again led a ranking of foreign nationals searching for South Florida homes using the association’s website, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

For High-End Branded Buildings, Miami Reigns

With five luxury brand-affiliated buildings set to open in South Florida by 2021, the sunny region has seemingly become the unofficial home of the branded building, helped in large part by its international buying demographic. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Worldcenter Gets FAA Approval For A Second 40-Story Apartment Tower

The east tower, known as Caoba, is already topped off, with 43 stories and 444 units. The west tower is not yet under construction and hasn’t been named, but will include 40-story and 429-units. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE