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Miami is Becoming the Wall Street of the South

Miami is Becoming the Wall Street of the South

Miami is Becoming the Wall Street of the South As Florida cities compete for companies looking to relocate to the Sunshine State, Miami is dominating the field. This year, Miami, with the help of Enterprise Florida, has managed successful business campaigns directed at companies and individuals in high tax cities and states… www.floridadaily.com

Miami Ranks Fifth Nationwide For Population Growth Since 2010 Miami

Miami Ranks Fifth Nationwide For Population Growth Since 2010 Miami

Miami Ranks Fifth Nationwide For Population Growth Since 2010 Miami The Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach area has seen among the highest population growth of any metro area since 2010, according to Census data released last month. Altogether, there were 6,198,782 in the territory starting at July 1, 2018. The metro has developed by 632,488 individuals […]

Flying carport at Miami Worldcenter featured on CBS

Flying carport at Miami Worldcenter featured on CBS

Flying carport at Miami Worldcenter featured on CBS CBS 5-17-19 No Exit Paramount Miami Worldcenter from World Satellite Television News on Vimeo. A very Jetson future is here, and it’s live on television. Paramount Miami Worldcenter was featured on CBS Sunday Morning for its flying carport amenity. Developer Dan Kodsi has changed the apartment suite […]

More Tourists Visited Miami In 2018 Than Ever Before

More Tourists Visited Miami In 2018 Than Ever Before

More Tourists Visited Miami In 2018 Than Ever Before Last year was the best year for tourism ever recorded in Miami, according to statistics released last week by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. In total, there were 16.5 million overnight visitors during the year, an increase of 3.5% compared to 2017… www.thenextmiami.com

South Beach neighborhood prone to flooding, residents battle over historic label

South Beach neighborhood prone to flooding, residents battle over historic label

South Beach neighborhood prone to flooding, residents battle over historic label Some Palm View residents want to get rid of the area’s historic designation, which they argue depresses property values and prevents them from building more resilient structures. A tranquil South Beach neighborhood concealed close to clamoring City Hall and Lincoln Road has become a […]

Miami Beach Red Sidewalks It Is

Miami Beach Red Sidewalks It Is

Miami Beach Red Sidewalks It Is Despite maintenance and color matching issues over time, the City Commission this month voted in favor of making “Miami Beach red” sidewalks the default option, eventually replacing the natural gray concrete that has been used more recently. The shade of the City’s walkways is a discussion nearly as old […]


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