The Real Deal Miami

HUD returns control of Miami-Dade Housing Agency, layoffs looming in non-residential construction … and more

January 09, 2009 06:14PM

1. Department of Housing and Urban Development returns control of Miami-Dade Housing Agency to county [SFBJ]
2. Plans to improve midtown Miami halted [Miami New Times]
3. Royal Palm Beach’s Munne Royal Homes faces foreclosure [SFBJ]
4. Fort Lauderdale’s Four Seasons Condominium celebrates 50th anniversary [Sun-Sentinel]
5. Galloway Homes faces foreclosure [SFBJ]
6. Miramar elementary school builds classroom addition [Sun-Sentinel]
7. Boynton Beach gets first green office building [Sun-Sentinel]
8. Coral Gables’ Emerald Plaza faces foreclosure [SFBJ]
9. Layoffs looming in non-residential construction, forecast says [SFBJ]
10. Mortgage rates continue to drop [Sun-Sentinel]
11. Retailer Searle goes bankrupt [Crain’s]
12. Carlton Group to open $300 million facility for financing and recapping first mortgages [GlobeSt]