Avison Young To Sell Largest, Most Valuable Waterfront Land Assemblage, Expecting $1B+

In the less than 24 hours since Bloomberg first reported the listing, investors from the U.S., Latin America, Europe, the United Arab Emirates and Canada have already expressed interest in acquiring the site.

Genting Looking To Sell Former Miami Herald Property According To Prospective Buyer

The Malaysian casino giant bought the 14-acre property in 2011 for $236 million with plans of building a casino resort. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Billionaire Rupert Murdoch Proposes Massive Entertainment Complex Near Miami Zoo

A competing plan by Dinosaur Park International featuring an open-air museum with hundreds of life-sized dinosaur replicas and interactive activities has also been proposed. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Will 10-Year Chamber Lease Deal Mean No Gaming Venue For Genting?

The Omni conversion was part of a larger plan to convert the property next door into a four-hotel casino resort that would also have included convention space and lots of retail. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Bid To Designate Miami Herald Building Historic Refused

Miami’s historic preservation board narrowly voted down designation of The Miami Herald building as a protected landmark. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Genting Plans Casino 50 Miles East Of Miami

Genting hopes to open the $24 million investment by December. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Genting Group Scales Back Plan For Herald Site Resort

Early indications are that this version of Resorts World Miami will be a far cry from the original $3.8 billion project. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Herald Move Carries A $57 Million Price Tag

The move’s estimated cost includes relocating the company’s newspaper operations, construction of a production facility, a $3.1 million land acquisition, “accelerated depreciation” and moving expenses. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE ON THIS STORY

Experts See Investment Wave In Downtown Miami / Brickell Area

Downtown and Brickell are bucking the slow economy and are on the verge of an even bigger wave of development that will present new demands and opportunities for Greater Miami. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE ON THIS STORY