The Real Deal Miami

Sixty percent of new Downtown Miami condos investor-owned, more Sunrise residents lose homes … and more

April 24, 2009 06:34PM

1. 60 percent of new Downtown Miami condos now investor-owned [SFBJ]
2. Sales rise, prices fall in South Florida [Sun-Sentinel]
3. Rapids Water Park owner pays $2.2 million for 2.2 acre site [Palm Beach Post]
4. Boca Raton city officials concerned about slow pace of North Federal Highway development [Boca Raton News]
5. Florida housing starts have declined 87 percent since 2005 [Palm Beach Post]
6. More Sunrise residents lose homes [Sun-Sentinel]
7. Senator said Chinese drywall fix too slow [Miami Herald]
8. Florida ranks third for number of distressed projects [SFBJ]
9. New home sales are at lowest level in 46 years [Seeking Alpha]