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Tallest projects proposed in Miami

Here are the tallest projects proposed in Miami More than 20 years ago, residential skyscrapers started sprouting up in Brickell and downtown Miami, slowly replacing low-rising condo and apartment buildings, older hotels and retail buildings. Today, Miami flaunts the third tallest horizon in the U.S., trailing just New York City and Chicago with more than 300 elevated structures. Filled by request...

Miami home prices may seem astronomical to locals, but they’re a bargain to foreigners

Miami home prices may seem astronomical to locals, but they’re a bargain to foreigners Miami has long attracted North Americans escaping the cruelty of winter. But in the past decade, it has also become a playground for art aficionados, foodies and boaters from around the globe in part because of its relative value. While the going pace of $875 per square foot in Miami Beach may appear to be galactic...

Multi-Billion Dollar Plan To Remake Miami International Airport For 80 Million Passengers

Multi-Billion Dollar Plan To Remake Miami International Airport For 80 Million Passengers Miami International Airport has revealed plans for a massive expansion to keep up with fast growth projected in coming years. Plans were presented yesterday by airport director Lester Sola to a Miami-Dade subcommittee, who voted to accept the presentation. It will still need approval from the full commission. The...

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 since April 1, 2010. That is the fifth most...

Beckham paying $9M for Overtown site, wants stadium permits there, mayor says

Beckham paying $9M for Overtown site, wants stadium permits there, mayor says Facing a new deadline, Beckham partners agree to close $9 million purchase of Overtown land that was once their first choice for an MLS stadium. They’re pursuing soccer stadium permits there, but other options are possible. Could David Beckham turn around course again and restore plans for a soccer arena in...

Study: People Are Willing To Spend More Of Their Income To Live In Miami Than Almost Anywhere Else In The World

Study: People Are Willing To Spend More Of Their Income To Live In Miami Than Almost Anywhere Else In The World Miami is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in, with residents willing to spend significantly more for the privilege of living here, a new study shows... www.thenextmiami.com   Real Estate Property Listings...

Royal Caribbean Wants To Build $300 Million HQ Building At PortMiami

Royal Caribbean Wants To Build $300 Million HQ Building At PortMiami Royal Caribbean is proposing to build a $300 million office campus on land owned by Miami-Dade County at PortMiami as an expansion of their global headquarters there. A new building would be constructed, while two existing buildings would be renovated, and a third demolished.  Employee at the HQ will increment from 2,200 to 4,200. The...

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 as the City itself. Miami Beach changed to “the more...

Tri-Rail Arrival In Downtown Miami Delayed Until 2020

Tri-Rail Arrival In Downtown Miami Delayed Until 2020; Study Recommends Midtown & Little River Stations Tri-Rail has a sparkling new station at MiamiCentral that shows up basically complete, however it won't be utilized whenever this year. Meanwhile, authorities are taking a gander at other conceivable station areas that could come online simultaneously as the midtown Miami station. A Tri-Rail...

Judge upholds Miami referendum on land lease negotiations for soccer stadium project

Judge upholds Miami referendum on land lease negotiations for soccer stadium project A judge upheld the result of a Miami referendum authorizing the city to negotiate a lease for a stadium where David Beckham's Major League Soccer team would play. The decision by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Mavel Ruiz saved the result of the choice in November, when 60 percent of Miami voters approved the exchange of a...

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