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New Retro Waterfront Restaurant In Coconut Grove Is Open: Here’s A First Look

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The long-awaited restaurant and bar at the nine-and-a-half acre Regatta Harbour development now occupies the former space of funky old Scotty’s Landing, in the shadow of the first Pan American seaplane terminal. The retro-chic restaurant takes full advantage of its waterfront location, allowing guests to arrive by land or by sea. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Miami Enjoys Biggest Inflow Of Future Homebuyers In Early 2022

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Sunny, relatively affordable areas are typically the most popular places for people to move to, a trend that has picked up with the pandemic. The number of residents flowing into Miami in the first quarter was up nearly six fold from two years earlier, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Coconut Grove Struggles To House Wave Of New Yorkers

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Much of the demand for homes in Coconut Grove comes from New Yorkers moving to South Florida. But the real estate market in the area is struggling to keep up as the inventory of homes on the market has steadily declined and the price of condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes has skyrocketed, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Miami Top Relocation Market In Nation, 4 Months Straight

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Florida has become a particularly popular destination this year as remote workers and retirees flock to the state in search of beaches, warm weather, low taxes and more affordable housing than big cities. Net inflow into Miami has nearly tripled since this time last year. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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What Does The Next Generation Want?

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According to Developer Ugo Colombo, the man behind Miami’s tallest condo tower, life without a car, and services are becoming more and more important for home buyers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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