Monthly Archives: September 2010

Onyx Condo Liquidation Sale

In the latest news for distressed real estate sales in the Midtown Miami area, a bankruptcy court will auction off 40 units in the Onyx Condominium. The Onyx Condominium is a luxury high rise in Midtown Area in front of … Continue reading

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Biscayne Wall Comes Alive!

Biscayne Wall refers to the towering row of skyscrapers in Biscayne Boulevard stretching from 11th ST before the Performing Arts center all the way down to 1st Street. The buildings face the American Airlines Arena and Bayfront Park. Some have … Continue reading

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Sky Train Now Operating at Miami International Airport

As part of the massive and ambitious project known as Miami Intermodal Center connecting Miami’s somewhat fragmented transportation network, Sky Train has been completed and in operation for Concourse D. Sky Train provides light rail transport for passengers through Miami … Continue reading

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Miami Property Taxes Set to Increase

Miami County commissioners voted 8-5 in favor of a tax increase of 14%. Understandably, this is not sitting well with many residents who are demanding pay reductions for government officials or outright removal. Many property owners may not necessarily pay … Continue reading

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More Retail Open for Business in Midtown Miami

During the months of August and September we have seen more retail real estate being leased up in the Midtown Miami area as well as signs of more to come. It is nice to see that the businesses that are … Continue reading

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South Beach Retail Development One Step Closer

As reported by the Miami Herald, the old dilapidated hospital on 6th ST and Alton Road just got one step closer to being replaced by a 400,000 sq ft high-end mixed-use complex. In a 6-1 vote Miami Beach commissioners agreed … Continue reading

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Homestead Property Owners May Pay More Taxes

Miami-Dade County commissioners voted yesterday to raise the property tax rate in a way that would affect more than 60% of homestead property owners even though their properties are worth less. There will be another hearing before the budget is … Continue reading

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Miami/Palm Beach Transit Project to get Public Hearings

As reported by WPTV, several public hearings are scheduled for an improvement in the current rail transit between Palm Beach and Miami that would transport people directly to the downtown areas. This could be a welcomed project not only providing … Continue reading

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Wynwood Art Walk and Gigi Picking Up Steam

Despite the exceptionally hot and sticky night, people came out in droves last night to witness the sights and sounds of art walk in Wynwood, which occurs monthly every second Saturday. Everyone at the event seemed to be in great … Continue reading

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How will Cuban Liberalization affect Miami Real Estate?

Based on a recent interview with Fidel Castro, Cuba may be opening up sooner than people think might be possible. I have already highlighted this trend in a past commentary based on actions we have been seeing primarily from the … Continue reading

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