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April 24, 2019 --  Development means change. Changes in traffic, density, noise, loss of green space, and it also brings more economic opportunities to the local area. However, local residents don't like change, developers promote it, and economic growth demands it. Smart Growth and Miami 21 Miami is a city that depends...

March 14, 2018 Just a few short years ago, getting around downtown Miami amounted to taking your chances in an overworked yellow cab, the dodgy Metrobus, or if you had time to burn, the antiquated Metromover. Then along came commuter bicycle lanes, bike sharing, Uber, Lyft, the free Miami Trolley, and our own high...

February 5, 2019 -- In Miami, construction and cranes are nothing new. In Miami's Upper East Side, the massive construction project that set out to overhaul what is now Miami’s Design District is finally coming to a stage of completion. The majority of cranes, barricades and dust clouds have finally settled...

November 30, 2018 -- In Miami, the word condo is nearly synonymous with “luxury condos.” Those purchasing condo properties in Miami, whether for home or investment are largely in the market for luxury condos. Upscale, opulent finishes and resort style amenities have become expected and developers are in fierce competition...

November 19, 2018 - The issue of historic districts in Miami has become a highly polarized issue in recent years. While preservationists are determined to keep at least certain parts of Miami the way they are for years to come, some developers and property owners feel differently. Developers stand to...

November 15, 2018 -- Just as we’ve discussed in recent reports, a lack of affordable housing, rising rents and costs of living are pushing people to secondary cities as alternative places to live. The issue of affordable housing does not just affect lower-level income groups. Residents classified as middle-income are...

October 2, 2018 -- As millions of Americans in the Carolina's are combating unprecedented flooding, they are facing the harsh reality that, due to a lack of flood insurance, the financial burden will be entirely on them. It’s estimated that less than 10% of homeowners in North Carolina have flood...

September 14, 2018 - As is typical with any market cycle, there are many social and economic factors that trigger declines in the rental market. Most typically, as is the case now, a surplus of supply and a decrease in demand is sending normally booming rental markets into a slump across the...