The Real Deal Miami

Downtown Dadeland project up for sale, “Burn Notice” to remain in Coconut Grove … and more

May 28, 2009 06:05PM

1. Downtown Dadeland mixed-use project up for sale [GlobeSt]
2. Broward housing market may be closer to bottoming out [Miami Herald]
3. New all-night French restaurant opens in South Beach [Urban Daddy]
4. Homebuilder’s claim wood stork’s endangered species status has stalled some development projects [SFBJ]
5. Fewer delinquent property tax certificates in Miami-Dade this year than last [Miami Today]
6. Expo Center demolition delayed so “Burn Notice” can remain in Coconut Grove [Miami New Times]
7. Governor Crist signs property insurance measure [Sun-Sentinel]
8. More foreclosures filed against developer Monroe Prestige Group [SFBJ]
9. With cash backer, Port of Miami tunnel approved [Miami Today]
10. Economists think Florida’s economy will recover in 2010 [Miami Herald]
11. Brokers and home buyers confused about FHA proposal to advance cash from buyer tax credit [WSJ]
12. Investors drawn to Florida banks [The Big Money]
13. U.S. could see over 8 million foreclosures this year [Realty Times]
14. Housing could be getting worse [24/7 Wall Street]
15. High-end foreclosures will be next [CNBC]
16. Converting homes to rentals now more difficult [Inman]
17. Investors think Obama administration will start turning more to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for mortgage buybacks [Post]