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‘The Floodgates Have Opened’: 2020 Sees Surge Of Business Transplants To South Florida

While COVID may be a catalyst, core reasons for businesses coming to South Florida remain solid: access, taxes and lifestyle. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Why Luxury Branded Developments Work In Miami

The Related Group Exec. VP Jon Paul Perez and Dezer Development Pres. Gil Dezer recently revealed to Multi-Housing News the details about their ultra-luxury condo project, Residences by Armani/Casa, and the collaboration with iconic brands.

Downtown Miami School Board Project May Soon Become Much Bigger, ‘Could Be A New Brickell City Center’

According to an official with the Omni CRA, an agency that is working with the School Boardd, a large chunk of prime development land in downtown Miami could soon be put up for bid and developers could build a mega-project there. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

How Real Estate Investors Are Banking On Technology To Deliver Profits

A recent panel at the Urban Land Institute Miami fall symposium discussed human-free leasing, monitoring construction workers with apps and 3D visualization for office and residential space. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Could Flood Gates And Buying Out Homes Save Miami? The Army Corps Is Considering It

Known as the Back Bay study ,the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers just released an early look at their plan on how to protect areas around Biscayne Bay from hurricanes. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Rising Seas Are Turning Miami’s High Ground Into Hot Property

A modest 12 inches would make 15% of Miami uninhabitable, and far of that beachside property is amongst America’s most beneficial.. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

North Miami Is Miami-Dade’s Fastest Growing City

North Miami grew 3.2 percent between 2017 and 2018, the fastest rate of any incorporated city in Miami-Dade, bumping out Doral for the #1 spot. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Study Shows Over 30M Square Feet Likely To Be Developed In Downtown’s Flagler Street Area

In a study prepared for the city to help plan for future infrastructure needs, Gridics analyzed development potential in the Downtown Historic Area based on Miami 21 zoning regulations and allowances. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE