VIDEO: Massive Miami Worldcenter Project Finally Rises Downtown

After 15 years of planning and setbacks, the massive, multi-block Miami Worldcenter development is finally under construction just north of downtown Miami. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developer Unveils Plans For $300M Hotel/Condo Tower In Downtown Miami

Launching plans for a 70-story hotel-condo tower, including office space and a restaurant, the developer is targeting foreign investors for the residential units and will build the project with its own equity. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

How Will Sea Level Rise Affect Your Home? Miami Is Creating A Tool That Will Show You

Miami is receiving a $100,000 grant to develop a new tool the city hopes will help the average resident understand the risks and options for dealing with rising waters. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

VIDEO: Miami Developer Looks To The Future With Flying Carport

Want to see where development trends are heading in Miami? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE

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