Monthly Archives: December 2013

Miami en Floride, dopée par une frénésie de construction

Ce n’est encore qu’un croquis futuriste, une vue d’artiste: une skyline digne de New York ou Shanghaï, une forêt de gratte-ciel scintillants, encore en pointillé. Ce projet dont tout le monde parle en Floride s’appelle «Miami 2020». Il concentre plus de 10 milliards de dollars d’investissements, 171 chantiers majeurs, bâtisses de verre et d’acier aux lignes […]

New York population could slip below Florida

As more New Yorkers relocate to sunny South Florida, their native state’s population continues to drop. The latest Census Bureau population estimates are scheduled to be released on Monday, and New York is expected to slip behind Florida into fourth place, the New York Times reported. If it doesn’t happen this time, Florida would undoubtedly […]

Miami, South Florida’s Total Number Of Proposed Condo Units Reaches Halfway Point Of Last Boom .

Developers in this latest South Florida preconstruction condo boom have reached the halfway point on their way to matching the total number of new units created during the tricounty region’s last real estate boom-and-bust cycle that began in 2003. Less than 18 months after the first new condo tower was constructed in South Florida since […]

The best of Art Basel’s real estate

One Thousand MuseumPhoto: Handout Art, parties and real estate — or maybe real estate, art and parties! These were the three key themes that seemed to dominate Miami’s Art Basel week, which has just come to a close. With the world’s deepest-pocketed art buyers all in town, local (and global) luxury real estate developers spared […]

Overseas Money Pours Into Miami Real Estate

MIAMI—Cranes are again rising over this city, as the poster child for the real-estate collapse enjoys a new condominium boom fueled by foreign investors looking to park their money in U.S. real estate. For several years after the housing bubble burst, a glut of towering condo buildings sat largely empty. Condo values plunged nearly 60% […]

David Beckham weighs PortMiami ,Miami Florida, as soccer stadium site

  David Beckham’s top choice for a Major League Soccer stadium is the southwest section of the Biscayne Bay seaport PortMiami. His group of investors, known as Beckham Brand Limited, has asked Miami-Dade County officials if they would consider a 25,000-seat stadium, a mega-yacht marina and possible waterfront promenade for the 25-acre spot, the Miami […]