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Three Major Brickell Projects Are Being Sued Over Damage To Nearby Condo Towers

Developers and builders are being sued for significant damage to 1060 and 1050 Brickell due to the construction of the Panorama Tower, 1010 Brickell and the Bond. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

A Broker’s View: ‘In 50 Years Of Miami Real Estate, I’ve Seen These Five Big Changes’

Donna Bloom, an agent with Douglas Elliman and a Master Brokers Forum board member, describes her experience the past five decades and the extraordinary changes to the Miami real estate. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Inside Miami’s Newest Crop Of Condo Towers

Wth many heavyweights sitting on their hands until the next cycle, the top condo developers of 2017 are outliers daring to build amid a market facing oversupply. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

How Miami Ranks In Sustainability Development

Looking at 100 populated metro areas that included the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach metropolitan, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network just released its second annual report on U.S. city sustainability. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Florida Power & Light Buys 1,287 Acres For Future Solar Farm Development

Representing one of the last opportunities to purchase a significant tract in the county, the SVN Florida Land Alliance coordinated the sale of the land, which is in an area known as The Acreage/Loxahatchee Groves. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Report: Construction Condos In Miami 83% Sold

In a highly bullish report from ISG World, a majority of Miami’s new and proposed condo buildings have been pre-sold. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Midtown Miami Is On The Cusp Of Major Growth

The addition of the condo/hotel project Hyde Suites and Residences Midtown Miami is likely the start of a downtown corridor transformation that until last year had no hotels and only a smattering of motels. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Balenciaga Opens In Design District With A Storefront Made Of Solar Panels

Said to be the first of its kind worldwide, each 10 foot by 5 foot glass panel of the storefront generates 340 watts of electricity. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE