Brickell's boom continues to inch westward -
Oct 20, 2016
Brickell’s boom continues to inch westward.
A development company plans to build a mixed-use residential tower on Southwest Second Avenue, about a block and a half east of I-95.
Maizon is to be a 24-story tower, home to 262 apartments, about 15,000 square feet of ground floor retail uses and parking for about 366 vehicles.
Brickell City Centre opens in two weeks -
Oct 20, 2016
Two weeks – that’s all that remains before the shopping destination making up the heart and soul of Brickell City Centre opens.
The sweeping mixed-use development is to debut its more than 500,000-square-foot shopping center Nov. 3. Swire Properties Inc., along with retail co-developers Whitman Family Development and Simon Property... [more...]
Condominium market in Brickell holding steady -
Sep 28, 2016
The condominium market in Brickell – though slower in some ways than it was a year ago – is holding steady, observers say.
“We’re continuing to see an increase in inventory, but it’s a little hard to track,” said Nayla Benitez, manager of EWM Realty International’s Brickell office. “From one month... [more...]
Large Turnout for Candidates Forum -
Sep 28, 2016
Brickell and Downtown residents and business people turned out in force to meet and hear the Candidates running for Miami-Dade County Mayor, Florida Senate Districts 37 and 38, Florida House Representative District 112, and Miami School Board Seat 6. It was an informative and social evening as the audience was introduced to the candidates,... [more...]
TONIGHT! COME TO THE CANDIDATES FORUM -
Sep 27, 2016
Come meet and hear the Candidates running for Miami-Dade County Mayor, Florida Senate Districts 37 and 38, Florida House Representative District 112, and Miami School Board Seat 6 tonight at 7:00 p.m. All Brickell and Downtown residents and business community members are invited.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years -
Sep 21, 2016
Young professionals are increasingly making their homes in the central business district, says a new report by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority: the population has increased 33% since 2010 “and the majority of the population within downtown Miami are highly educated, young working professionals.” Fully 45% are aged 25-44,... [more...]
Turning Brickell condos into a rental cash source tricky -
Sep 14, 2016
For years, local and international investors have been turning to Brickell condos as a safe place to put their money and make a profit by renting units. But the exact process of turning a condo from an empty space into a source of revenue includes a number of factors, each of which can be dealt with uniquely based on personal preference.