Taxable property values grew 12.3% in Miami-Dade as 2023 began, according to a county report just released by the Miami-Dade Property Appraiser’s Office, marking the second straight year of double-digit growth in Florida’s largest housing market.
First established in 1873, Coconut Grove has danced through many incarnations as Miami’s oldest community. But history is no match for bulldozers. The houses of the old Grove are vanishing at an accelerated pace. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Some residents want the city to put the brakes on the development of expensive condos and single family homes in one of Miami\’s oldest neighborhoods. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Developer Oleg Baybakov is jumping on the Edgewater bandwagon with a $21.5M purchase of a 37,462-square-foot property in the burgeoning Miami neighborhood, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Commercial brokers and landlords report strong activity and signal the recovery of the office market in Miami. With the rise in demand, developers are reacting in a very predictable way: they’re building office buildings. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
An Argentine investor has sold an undeveloped 37,000-square-foot site in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood to a Brazilian investor with the sale equating to a 32% gain. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The Edge, a 55-story, 604-foot-tall building holding 130 condo units, is planned for a 13,000-square-foot site on the Miami River. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE