The Real Deal Miami

Marlins stadium construction deal flops, world’s first LEED-certified pizzerias coming to the Sunshine State … and more

March 18, 2009 07:03PM

1. Race-based construction deal for Marlins stadium falls apart [Miami Herald]

2. Hialeah Park has racing permit, still needs rehab [Miami Herald]

3. Miami to move forward with stadium vote [SFBJ]

4. Two new hotel owners want to make Miami like Manhattan [Miami Herald]

5. Axis on Brickell condominium gets loan extended [SFBJ]

6. Peoples Trust barred from writing property insurance policies [Palm Beach Post]

7. $8M pier to open in West Palm Beach [Palm Beach Post]

8. Still no landfill site for Palm Beach County [Sun-Sentinel]

9. Learning how to buy a home in South Florida [Sun-Sentinel]

10. FAU Jupiter campus top candidate for tuberculosis hospital [Palm Beach Post]

11. World’s first LEED-certified pizzerias coming to Florida [Mediabistro]

12. Celebrity chef partners with Disney for new restaurant [Seattle Times]

14. Mortgage refinancings increase [CNN Money] and [Newsday]

15. Homes for $130,000 around the country [NYT]

16. A slideshow of “for sale” signs [CNN]

17. Trump business is branding, not real estate [The Business Insider]

18. How the homebuyer tax credit works [WSJ]