Miami Will Start Making Developers Provide Affordable Housing In Some New Towers

On a preliminary 4-0 vote by the City Commission, the “inclusionary zoning” measure is the first in Miami-Dade County to mandate inclusion of affordable housing in new private development projects. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Foreign Investor Burnout Hits Miami Real Estate

Due to weak emerging markets and a strong dollar, Florida real estate brokers say they worked with less foreign buyers in the past 12 months ending in July. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Stacked Shipping Container Hotel With Gourmet Food Court Planned In Downtown Miami

The plans for a new “hip” boutique development called The Ship Yard will be reviewed by the Miami River Commission at a hearing on Nov. 5th. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Israeli Company Closes On Downtown Garage For $18M, Hires Kobi Karp To Design Mixed-Use Project

The Mishorim Development Group plans a mixed-use project that includes a hotel, residential and retail on the 37,500-square foot lot located at 255 Northeast First Street. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Off U.S. 1, A Tiny Lot Could Show How Cargo Containers Can Fix Miami’s Housing Crunch

As Miami-Dade continues to struggle with one of the country’s largest housing gaps between rich and poor, a venture backed by a national real estate group has won city permission to build a compact house out of two shipping containers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

A Bright Spot For The U.S. Solar Industry Is In The ‘Sunshine State’

Despite rising trade tensions and Donald Trump’s recent tariffs, soaring demand for clean power has prompted solar panel manufacturers in the US state of Florida to ramp up production. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developer Scott Robins Talks Making Over Miami

With a project to revitalize the historic Española Way, OceanDrive sat down with Scott Robins to hear more about his plans for this renaissance, developing Sunset Harbour and opening Wynwood’s first art-focused hotel. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Coconut Grove Mixed-Use Development Project Lands Anchor Tenant

Marking the first completion of Class A office space in Coconut Grove’s business district in more than two decades, advisory firm Kaufman Rossin will occupy 64,666 square feet at the Mary Street project. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE