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Mixed-Use Development Project Near UM Obtains $95M To Start Construction

Breaking ground before the end of 2017 and taking two years to complete, the Coral Gables project will have 240 hotel rooms, 200 apartments, 4,380 square feet of restaurants, and 20,000 square feet of retail, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

City Of Miami Inches Closer To Multimillion-Dollar Riverfront Development Deal

The City is closer to landing a new administrative building while facilitating the construction of a $465 million mixed-use project, dubbed Nexus Riverside Central, on its current Miami River headquarters site. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

After Two Years Of Delay, Retooling Of Downtown Miami’s Flagler Street Finally Begins

Developer Moishe Mana says Flagler Street is “a Cinderella” that merely needs a new dress to reveal her beauty. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami CRE: Neighborhoods Emerging, Transforming

Panelists at the recent Miami Association of Realtors’ RCA Super Conference discussed how changes taking place in neighborhoods like MiMo and Wynwood are spurring widespread revitalization and creating other newly emerging areas, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Brickell City Centre Adds More Office Space

Originally planned as a wellness center, one of the two towers, Three Brickell City Centre, will be converted into “Class A” office space based on the current market conditions. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Thirty Story Mixed-Use Tower Coming To North MIami Beach

An Argentine development group is planning to turn a North Miami Beach parking lot into a mixed-use apartment tower that will be one of the tallest buildings in the area. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developers Propose Two Big Hotel Projects In Miami

With hundreds of rooms between the two projects, plans for a Marriott in downtown Kendall and a Staybridge Suite near MIA have been submitted for review. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

North Miami Beach: A ‘Hidden Gem’ In The Real Estate Market

The scenic Biscayne Boulevard corridor and the 163rd Street commercial district are in the early stages of an exciting transformation that will bring many positive benefits and developments to the city. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE