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  • 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.

  • Conference Attendees Learn from Industry Experts

    Miami—More than 180 developers and owners heard from top multifamily industry leaders at the 2007 Apartment Finance Today Conference here in February.

  • Solatube Receives Miami-Dade County Approval

    line of tubular skylight products now meets the Miami-Dade County Product Approval System, a rigorous set of testing procedures for South Florida established in 1991. Solutube's NOA is available at the company's website,

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  • Carrfour Beats Rising Costs, NIMBY

    MIAMI BEACH, FLA. - Harding Village finally opened last December, a year behind schedule and more than $1 million over budget.

  • The Big Chill

    Miami - Weeds, not potential buyers, climb the steps of the sales office for Onyx 2 On the Bay, a planned 50-story luxury condo located at Biscayne Bay and 28th Street, just north of downtown.

  • The Great Condo Bazaar

    Lewis Goodkin scouts neighborhoods where condominium developers are struggling to sell units, looking for opportunities.

  • A LIHTC home for foster-care students

    Miami Florida developer Matt Greer is excited about his new housing program for youths aging out of foster care, not only because it’s providing valuable affordable housing for people with few alternatives but because he’s convinced it can be replicated i

  • Carlisle triples its tax credit allocations

    miami Lloyd Boggio, CEO of The Carlisle Development Group, is coming off his greatest year as an affordable housing developer.