The Real Deal Miami

Condo associations may be required to hire security, legislators pursue homebuyer tax breaks … and more

March 11, 2009 06:13PM

1. Condo associations may be required to hire security [Sun-Sentinel]

2. Miami’s Icon Brickell is Florida equivalent of Time Warner Center [NYT]

3. Construction costs still dropping, index says [SFBJ]

4. Marlins not interested in private stadium proposal [Miami Today]
5. Architect wants to bring Barcelona to downtown Hollywood [Sun-Sentinel]

6. Judge allows foreclosure on Talbott property [SFBJ]

7. Florida legislators pursue tax break for first-time homebuyers [Sun-Sentinel]
8. Moody’s publishes list of eateries and retailers most at risk for defaulting on debt [Reuters]
9. Wait to purchase a summer house, investor Todd Sullivan says [Seeking Alpha]
10. Foreclosed properties no longer have such a bad reputation [WSJ]
11. Architect Frank Gehry turns 80 [New Yorker]
12. Foreclosures rise in February [Housing Wire]
13. Millionaire population drops [WSJ]
14. Foreclosed homes pose problems for builders [WSJ]
15. State housing agencies also facing credit crunch [WSJ]
16. Architect, designer compensation increases [Mediabistro]