The Real Deal Miami

Dania Beach’s last X-rated video store fights landlord … and more

August 11, 2009 05:25PM

1. Dania Beach’s last X-rated video store fights landlord and city to stay open [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Tire Kingdom parent company says it will keep headquarters in Florida [SFBJ]
3. Woodbridge Holdings’ real estate subsidiary gets loan extension [SFBJ]
4. Hialeah Park racetrack ownership case dismissed [SFBJ]
5. Palm Beach Town Council member William Diamond wants Palm Beach to secede from county [Palm Beach Daily News]
6. Landlords not required to inform tenants when property is in foreclosure [Miami New Times]
7. Wilton Manors opens restored manor house in Richardson Historic Park and Nature Preserve [Sun-Sentinel]
8. Largest luxury homebuilder in the U.S. sees revenue drop 42 percent [Bloomberg]
9. Unexpected rise in home construction raises questions about the housing market [Time]
10. Deleveraging economy a “painful process” [Comstock via Mish]
11. Rise in construction and manufacturing said to be “clear signs” of economic recovery [Bloomberg]
12. 10 cities likely to make a real estate recovery soon… [U.S. News]
13. …And 10 cities likely to feel a new real estate bust [U.S. News]