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    From left: Waterford Property Company’s John Drachman with the Oceanaire complex in Long Beach and Affiliated Development's Nick Rojo with the Bohemian project in Lake Worth Beach (Renderings via Kobi Karp, Oceanaire)

    Public housing goes middle class

    UPDATED, April 12, 2022, 1:12 p.m.: Public housing has gone middle class. Billed as “workforce housing,” it mimics a private-sector trend in places where home prices and rents have soared beyond the household budgets...

    Public housing goes middle class
    A photo illustration of 3600 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami (LoopNet, iStock)

    Santa Monica investor buys Denny’s site in Miami

    Developer Aria Mehrabi bought an Edgewater Denny’s restaurant and parking lot for $24 million, likely for redevelopment. An entity...

    Santa Monica investor buys Denny’s site in Miami
    A rendering of one of the planned towers at Magic City Innovation District in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood (Arquitectonica)
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    Miami redevelopment wave sparks fears of climate gentrification

    For 40 years, Louis Rosemond lived in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, feeling like he was in his native Port-au-Prince....

    Miami redevelopment wave sparks fears of climate gentrification
    Former Angel Mo Vaughn scores with Miami deal

    Former Angel Mo Vaughn scores with Miami deal

    Former Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim first baseman Mo Vaughn plans to build market-rate apartments in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood,...

    Former Angel Mo Vaughn scores with Miami deal
    From left: Cavalli Tower with Hussain Sajwani of Damac and the Surfside condo collapse site (Damac, Wikimedia, Getty)
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    From Dubai to Surfside: Inside Damac’s plans to redevelop the tragic site

    Now streaming: TRD’s podcast “Deconstruct” on Damac Properties and what’s next for the Surfside collapse site. Hussain Sajwani has...

    From Dubai to Surfside: Inside Damac’s plans to redevelop the tragic site
    Damac Properties founder Hussain Sajwani and the Surfside collapse site (Damac, Getty)
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    Dubai developer revealed as $120M bidder for Surfside collapse site

    UPDATED, Sept. 24, 3:30 p.m.: Damac Properties, a Dubai-based developer, is the stalking horse bidder for the collapse site...

    Dubai developer revealed as $120M bidder for Surfside collapse site

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