FHA tightening its standards on first-time home buyers, reports the Wall Street Journal. Forbes looks at how digital technology is affecting the commercial real estate industry. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry. Click here to read the entire article from National Real Estate Investor.
The entrepreneur and his top lieutenants say they’re ready to move on plans to establish a “creative community” centered around art and tech and revive a tired stretch of Flagler Street that years ago was the center of Miami life… Click here to read the entire article from the Miami Herald.
Miami Agent Magazine | This Week in Real Estate: Downtown hotel market, groundbreaking plans and more
A report from the Miami Downtown Development Authority projects that based on proposals and plans for upcoming hotel developments in downtown Miami, the area could see as many as 12,000 additional hotel rooms added to the city’s total supply in the coming years Click here to read the entire article from Miami Agent Magazine.
A New York City recruiting trip last week by the Beacon Council, the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau and Miami’s Downtown Development Authority was so successful that one new company has already committed to Miami and another “has expressed great interes,” said James Kohnstamm, Beacon Council senior vice president for economic development. To read […]
The long-delayed redevelopment of Flagler Street between the Dade County Courthouse and Biscayne Boulevard appears to be a waiting game again, but its one that stakeholders say will result in a better product. To read the entire article from the Miami Today, please click here.
There’s an apparent cease-fire in the battle between Miami’s Downtown Development Authority and the US Coast Guard and the Florida Department of Transportation to enforce (and possibly expand) lock-down times for the Brickell Avenue Bridge. To read the entire article from the Miami Today, please click here.
Representatives of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority, the Beacon Council, and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau were scheduled to venture to the frozen Northeast (temperatures predicted in the 20s and 30s) this week to pitch Miami’s case. To read the entire article from the Miami Today, please click here.
Viacom International Media Network (VIMN) Americas made downtown Miami its new home. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Executive Director Alyce Robertson, VIMN Americas president Pierluigi Gazzolo and VIMN Americas Executive Vice President and COO Juan Acosta were present at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 20 to inaugurate the media company’s new […]
Move over, South Beach. Miami’s downtown core is one of the fastest-growing destinations in the country. Florida’a population is growing at a rate of 900 people per day, second in the country only behind Texas. Within Florida, Brickell is the hotspot, with the most new construction condos, and nearly tripling its population between 2000 and […]
The office market in the central business district and Brickell is solid, observes say, and not likely to be blown off course anytime soon. To read the entire article from the Miami Today, please click here.
When Nicole Martinez and her husband started looking to buy a home a few years ago, the couple began the search in their Miami Beach neighborhood. “We really wanted to stay on the Beach. We loved living there,” Martinez, 32, said. To read the entire article from the Miami Herald, please click here.
(Corrected Feb. 8 to show the final sales price for the parcel in the second paragraph was $29.6 million, and not $21.9 million as originally reported in public records.) In the 1960s and 1970s, the Edgewater neighborhood along Biscayne Bay in Miami was an area of modest single-family homes and department store icons Sears, Burdines […]
Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted Friday to commit $50,000 to the development of the open space under I-395 as the underdeck, a linear park that is meant to be a community gathering place. To read the entire article from the Miami Today, please click here.
Miami Herald | Downtown Miami’s office market is diversifying: that’s good news for our local economy
Miami’s pursuit of Amazon thurst our region’s technology sector to the forefront, but new data from the Miami Downtown Development Authority indicate that tech companies have been eyeing our urban core as a viable home base for years. To read the entire article from the Miami Herald, please click here.
In areas like Brickell and the city’s central business district, a flood of gleaming new skyscrapers have helped attract more residents to Miami’s urban core. A report from the Miami Downtown Development Authority released this week confirms that major corporations are now focusing their attention on downtown as well. To read the entire article from […]
Miami Worldcenter, a skyline-altering development in downtown Miami, has achieved the first of five milestones planned this year with the completion of a new 43-story apartment tower. To read the entire article from CoStar, please click here.
Perhaps it is not surprising the area’s office market is changing but it may be news to some that downtown’s population now of 250,000 has helped it evolve from a daytime business market into a 24-hour, live-work-play city. To read the entire article from the Daily Business Review, please click here.