Category: News

Towering at the center of the new Upper Buena Vista district is a sprawling, 80-year-old ancient oak tree. Its branches stretch out over a substantial portion of the complex, offering delicate shade from the bright Florida sun. The oak, a symbol of strength and stability, grounds the ethos of Upper Buena Vista. Cofounder David Lahmy

The 86 condos that comprise 26 Edgewater, a new building at 321 NE 26th St. in Miami, range from 560 to 998 SF. Some of them even have two bedrooms. Although a working definition of “micro-unit” typically refers to units 350 SF or smaller, these are being touted as “Edgewater’s first micro-units” and are set to

Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from building themselves a new headquarters. A postal workers’ union once based in Miami’s Design District just bought the development site for its future headquarters in Miramar for $6.8 million, property records show. Tropical Letter Carriers Holding Corp. paid $595,616 per acre for

Earlier this year the National Trust for Historic Preservation designated Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood a national treasure. Now Little Havana is getting its own museum, on – where else? – Calle Ocho. On Monday, the Barlington Group development firm and the HistoryMiami Museum announced they’re launching a campaign to raise $150,000 for El Museo de Little

MG3 Developer Group wants to build four multi-family towers along Young Circle in downtown Hollywood. Parc Place would be the largest project yet under the city’s new zoning code, which allows for greater height and mixed uses. On Feb. 6, the city’s Technical Advisory Committee will review the preliminary site plan by MG3 Hollywood LLC