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  • Neighborhood evolution

    What’s ahead in seven Greater Miami areas that are hotbeds of new development
    November 17, 2015 10:30AM
    A rendering of Miami Worldcenter

    A rendering of Miami Worldcenter

    From the October issueOvertown, North Beach in Miami Beach, the Arts & Entertainment District and Coconut Grove are among several areas that have emerged as the hottest real estate submarkets in greater Miami as the fourth quarter gets under way, according to recent interviews with real estate analysts and developers.

    “These emerging areas are seeing a renaissance of activity,” said Alex Zylberglait, a senior vice president for brokerage firm Marcus & Milichap. “Pricing is going up as land is becoming [scarcer].” [more]

  • InTown in Miami’s Little Havana lands $47M loan

    InTown will include 312 condos, 8 townhomes and 18K sf of retail
    August 20, 2015 01:30PM
    A construction photo and rendering of InTown in Little Havana

    A construction photo and rendering of InTown in Little Havana, a Miami neighborhood.

    Miami developer Henry Torres closed Wednesday on $46.7 million in financing for his InTown project, according to Miami-Dade County records. [more]

  • Development site west of Brickell sells sixfold

    Property, west of I-95, last sold for $1.2M in 2011
    August 04, 2015 11:15AM
    Development site near Brickell and Little Havana

    Development site near Brickell and Little Havana.

    A 0.72-acre assemblage west of the Brickell Financial District and near Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood has sold to a group of Miami developers for $7.93 million, or about $253 per square foot.

    Key Biscayne-based London Real Estate Company sold the three properties at 420 Southwest Seventh Street and around the corner at 427 Southwest Eighth Street. All three parcels, which are west of I-95, last sold for $1.2 million in March 2011, according to Miami-Dade County property records. [more]

  • State weighs speedy or slower Calle Ocho traffic

    FDOT studies corridor from Brickell Avenue to Southwest 27 Avenue
    July 25, 2015 11:25AM
    Calle Ocho (Credit Wally Gobetz)

    Calle Ocho (Credit: Wally Gobetz)

    The Calle Ocho corridor in Miami could become an upgraded thoroughfare or a more pedestrian-oriented area, depending on the outcome of  a study by the Florida Department of Transportation. [more]

  • East Little Havana property sells for $1M

    Located near Ball & Chain, Azucar Ice Cream and Domino Park
    July 09, 2015 12:00PM
    1380 Southwest Eighth Street, Scott Sandelin and Jonathan de la Rosa

    1380 Southwest Eighth Street, Scott Sandelin and Jonathan de la Rosa

    A neighborhood supermarket in East Little Havana sold for $1.06 million, Marcus & Millichap announced this week. [more]

  • Little Havana on list of endangered historic places

    Designation comes amid proposed upzoning
    June 24, 2015 03:45PM
    Domino Park, a well-known Little Havana landmark (Credit: Infrogmation)

    Domino Park, a well-known Little Havana landmark (Credit: Infrogmation)

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation included the Little Havana section of Miami on its 2015 list of the 11 most endangered historic places. [more]

  • The changing face of Little Havana

    Developers, including Astor and Chetrit Group, turn to Miami’s neglected neighborhood
    June 10, 2015 03:15PM
    A construction photo and rendering of InTown in Little Havana

    A construction photo and rendering of InTown in Little Havana

    As rising property prices and a shrinking supply of land drive developers west, Miami’s Little Havana has attracted renewed attention from those looking to duplicate the success of neighborhoods like Brickell. [more]

  • PHOTOS: On the scene at the Little Havana real estate bus tour

    Tour met with local developers, business owners and investors
    April 22, 2015 04:45PM
    partyRealtors with the Astor Companies, one of the event’s sponsors, converse with the crowd.

    Realtors explored Little Havana recently as part of a real estate bus tour hosted by Fausto Commercial Realty. … [more]

  • Preservationists score protection in Little Havana, Coconut Grove

    Some say historic designations block progress
    April 08, 2015 11:45AM
    Little Havana skyline

    Little Havana skyline

    Miami preservationists scored two victories on Tuesday: legal protection for a Mediterranean Villa in Coconut Grove that could have been demolished and a section of east Little Havana that was facing redevelopment.

    The city’s historic preservation board, which is tasked with protecting buildings and homes from demolition, reportedly awarded the historic designations after preservationists fought to keep the properties from being upzoned and redeveloped. [more]

  • Little Havana and Master Brokers Forum“South Florida by the numbers” is a web feature that catalogs the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics.

    For more than 30 years, the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana has hosted the massive Calle Ocho street festival, one of Miami’s signature events. Originally conceived as “The World’s Largest Block Party” and as a way to bring the community closer together, it has since evolved into a sprawling, day-long celebration with multiple entertainment venues, drawing [more]