Category: INDUSTRY NEWS

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival Unveils Its Annual Commemorative Poster To Immortalize Their 59th Year

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Taking place over President’s Day weekend, February 18, 19, and 20, the art festival turns 59 this year. The commemorative poster was unveiled at a private event in CocoWalk on the evening of January 26 in front of Coconut Grove Arts & Historical Association board members and their guests. In celebration of reaching this landmark achievement, board members have been working diligently to put together a spectacular show. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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The Underline Will Begin Its Last Stage Of Construction In Mid-2023

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Already completed Phase one of The Underline includes urban gardens, basketball courts, bike paths and recreational areas. Phase two currently under construction will include recreational and sports areas from Brickell to Coconut Grove. The third phase already started will join Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and South Miami. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Language, Race And Birthplace Trends Make Landmark Shifts

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The US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey 2021, out this month, is the most recent window into Miami-Dade’s demographic realities. One valid notion is tha rapid change is fueled by continuous arrivals from abroad. We now are very much a county of the foreign born, and a long-term shift could be a game-changer in a nation that was founded on European arrivals. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Foreign Investment Returns To South Florida

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The influx of international investment in South Florida is a welcome change for sellers and brokers, now that high mortgage rates have pushed domestic buyers to the sidelines. And the numbers show that foreign investment is returning. Brokers are particularly seeing buyers from Brazil, Argentina, Colombia.

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Miami Home Prices Forecast To Rise In 2023

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South Florida housing prices are expected to rise 3.4% in 2023, according to a newly released Realtor.com forecast. Meanwhile, the volume of sales is predicted to drop by 2% locally. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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