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  • Condo Crisis Deepens

    Miami Beach, Fla. — In February, buyers at one of the biggest condominium conversion projects in Florida started to get their deposits back.

  • Miami Story

    APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY talked to Peter Dewes, vice president in the Miami office of Northmarq Capital, Inc., a real estate investment bank based in Minneapolis. He discussed how tightening lending standards combined with the shadow market caused by the condo glut is affecting the multifamily...

  • Huddled Masses No More

    In the historic neighborhoods of Brooklyn, N.Y., a short train ride from Wall Street, international homebuyers are helping to keep the condominium market afloat.

  • MIDWEST

    COLUMBUS, OHIO - The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) has approved $24.2 million in multifamily bonds for affordable housing developments. 

  • La Murrina Opens in Miami

    Murano glass lighting manufacturer La Murrina has opened a contract office in Miami to better serve the needs of local clients. La Murrina's regional account manager for Florida, Yvonne Lewis, can be reached at 305-573-0410.

  • Hard Construction Lessons

    Miami Beach, Fla.—After months of delays, expensive changes to construction plans, and an acrimonious lawsuit against the general contractor on its Regatta condominium development here, G&D Developers vowed not to repeat its mistakes.

  • Breakline: An Ocean of Energy

    An Ocean of Energy ~ Virtual Tsunamis

  • Three’s a Charm

    On July 23, 2006, The Miami Herald dropped a bombshell.

  • Turning Miami Housing Upside Down

    Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez and County Manager George Burgess expressed shock and outrage over the waste and mismanagement uncovered by The Miami Herald in its prize-winning investigation of the Miami-Dade Housing Agency (MDHA) last year.

  • Cranes Over Miami

    Miami—Driving through this town, with flocks of cranes looming over half-finished high-rises, a casual visitor might think the real estate industry is still booming.