The Coconut Grove Organic Farmers Market could soon be gone, as new development replaces the community's landmarks, piece by piece. The market, amid lush almond and live oak trees, feels almost immune from encroaching development. But the market’s history is also part of a larger story of a changing Coconut Grove.
#BlueGrove is one of four quarterly initiatives in the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District. This seasonal campaign focused on water-quality awareness, is connecting a series of interrelated events inspiring businesses to take a leadership role in providing smart, sustainable options to their customers and guests.
The Grove Central Project is expected to lure more than 900 daily riders aboard, including 300 in rush hours. Those additional riders, the county reasons, will reduce the number of roadway users, reducing the need for the road impact fees from the developers.
According to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage, the median home-sale price in Miami rose 17% from a year earlier during the four weeks ending August 27. This was the biggest increase the metro area has seen since October 2022.
In July, the median sales price for homes sold in Miami-Dade was $631,670. That is a new record, and an increase of 10.8% compared to July 2022. Condos and townhomes are on a similar streak as well.
According to MIAMI Association of REALTORS Chairman of the Board, Colombians and all home buyers love Miami because it is young, modern, multicultural, multilingual and growing. Historically, changes in the political landscape have led to more searches and purchases by global buyers.