Deal would bring 750 shared electric mopeds to Miami - Nov 12, 2019

Soon, 750 black-and-blue electric mopeds will be zooming at up to 30 miles an hour through the streets of Miami. The Miami Parking Authority Board of Directors last week gave the green light to negotiate a concession agreement with Revel Transit Inc., an electric moped sharing company. Revel was determined to be the best of three candidates that...
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Brickell Flatiron Reaches Completion - Nov 04, 2019

Brickell Flatiron has reached completion, becoming the fourth tallest building ever built in Miami and the tallest all-condo building south of New York. Hundreds of new residents will now begin moving into Brickell, with closing about to begin. A total of 527 residential units were built at Flatiron, of which 95 percent are sold. Americans are...
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Office space construction in Miami reaches a 10-year high - Oct 29, 2019

The demand for office space throughout Miami-Dade County is higher than it’s been for the last decade. According to the third quarter 2019 Office Insight report by the real estate services firm JLL, Miami-Dade had 1,816,666 square feet of Class A and Class B office space under construction in the third quarter of 2019. That’s...
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The Conrad Brickell hotel is ready to reveal its $10 million renovation - Oct 29, 2019

Two years after renovations began, the Conrad Brickell Downtown hotel will unveil its $10 million makeover in December. The Miami-based development and investment firm Mast Capital planned renovations since purchasing the hotel at 1395 Brickell Ave. in 2017 for $72 million. Mast Capital hired the New York-based interior design...
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Demand For Miami Office Space Continues To Outpace Supply - Oct 18, 2019

Miami’s office market continues to expand and strengthen, thanks to its diversifying economy. The metro is on a steady course as it matures into a corporate center, while companies are drawn to Florida because of the state’s tax-friendly business climate. Coworking has also been gaining momentum in the metro. Furthermore, in a recent...
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Miami gives scooters two more months in trial - Oct 01, 2019

Scooters can remain on city of Miami at least a bit longer. With the first six months of a pilot program wrapped up, the Miami City Commission last week voted to renew the scooter program two more months. The second iteration has added measures to address safety concerns, as emphasized by Chairman Ken Russell, whose district will continue being...
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Miami-Dade first fleet of electric buses draws nearer - Sep 24, 2019

Miami-Dade is close to ordering its first fleet of electric buses.   The Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust, which manages the countywide “half-penny” transit tax, last week OK’d spending $72.2 million to buy up to 75 e-buses and charging systems for the county’s three bus maintenance...
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