Rising Sea Levels May Add to Developers’ Interest in Miami’s Inland Areas

Real estate speculation in lower-cost, higher-elevation areas of inland Miami may draw fuel from sea-level rise, according to an article published by Scientific American. Hugh Gladwin, an anthropologist at Florida International University, is starting to see evidence that sea-level rise already is playing a role in real estate speculation on Miami’s inland. Little Haiti, for example, has…

Urban Revival: Emerging Miami Neighborhoods

Thrilled to be part of the this month’s panel discussion for Urban Revival! Join us as we discuss four of Miami’s most historic neighborhoods – Little Haiti, Little Havana, Wynwood and Little River – which are experiencing a cultural and economic revival that is drawing real estate investment and new developments. Moderator: Flavia Eternod, Associate…

Allapattah — emerging neighborhood: ULI event

  Many brokers and investors got a close-up look at Allapattah this past Friday on an Urban Land Institute-sponsored bus tour of Miami’s hottest new neighborhood. Leading the tour were Miami Historian Paul George, District 1 Miami Commissioner Willy Gort and Fausto Commercial’s own Carlos Fausto Miranda, which has brokered millions of dollars of deals…

The Neighborhood Boom: Allapattah’s Diversity Key To Its Fast-Pace Growth

  ALLAPATTAH (CBSMiami) – It’s a colorful neighborhood – flowers, fruit, food. Allapattah is known for its big produce market and blocks of discount clothing outlets. It is sometimes called Little Santo Domingo because of its large Dominican community. The Caribbean country’s culture is evident everywhere. It’s also smack in the middle of everything. It…