Crazy About Crazy About You

Crazy About You is in a great location and one of the few places you can get a good meal with a waterfront view. The staff is attentive, they have a decent wine list that is reasonably priced, and their menu is affordable.  I like the Serrano Croquettas, Calamari Flatbread, and Mikey’s Slow Braised Steak […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Florida Life, Neighborhood News, Restaurants, Things To Do
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Miami Real Estate – How Will Panama Canal’s Expansion Effect It?

The Panama Canal is undergoing a massive expansion to allow bigger vessels to pass through.  Since the Port of Miami is  the closest U.S. Port to the Panama Canal, Miami is in a strategic position to benefit from the increase in America/East Asia trade. The Port of Miami is building a tunnel to the Port,  […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Commercial Real Estate
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Miami Real Estate – How Will Panama Canal's Expansion Effect It?

The Panama Canal is undergoing a massive expansion to allow bigger vessels to pass through.  Since the Port of Miami is  the closest U.S. Port to the Panama Canal, Miami is in a strategic position to benefit from the increase in America/East Asia trade. The Port of Miami is building a tunnel to the Port,  […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Commercial Real Estate
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City of Miami Traffic Light Camera Locations

With local economies in the tank and municipalities hurting for income due to lost revenues, many cities are putting up traffic light cameras to help them catch drivers that run red lights, block intersections, or don’t make a full stop before turning right on red. Aventura is notorious for its high fines.   The City of […]

Aventura, Brickell/Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, Florida Life, Neighborhood News
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Miami Office Space – Huge Inventories Are Around The Corner

Just when we start making a dent in the huge inventories of residential condo units in downtown Miami, we are about to be flooded by commercial office space.  Several projects are coming on line next year, resulting in approximately 2 million square feet of office space.  Under good economic circumstances, the normal absorption rate of […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Neighborhood News
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Miami Real Estate – Marina Blue Condominium

This is one of the many beautiful views from the 516-unit Marina Blue Condominium on Biscayne Boulevard.  This brand new building sits directly across the street from the Port of Miami, Miami Arena, and site of the future Miami Art Museum.  It is walking distance to Bayfront Park, Bayside Marketplace and the Adrienne Arsht Center […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Buying, Neighborhood News
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Icon Brickell To Be Turned Over To Lenders

Icon Brickell, the three-tower 1800-unit complex with views of the Miami River and gorgeous grounds is being turned over to the developer’s lenders in a friendly foreclosure.  Only two of the three towers have been built.

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Foreclosures, Neighborhood News
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Miami is Loved By Residents, Wonder Why?

A Gallup study reported in today’s Miami Herald states, “Miamians love their city more than ever”. What’ s not to love?  The tropical climate, beautiful beaches, colorful flora, variety of cultures, the views, the food, the number of never ending activities from sports, to dancing, dining, diving?  There is a reason my blog is ILoveSoFla!  […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Florida Life, Luxury Real Estate
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The Architecural Diversity of South Florida’s Real Estate

One of the many things I enjoy about living in South Florida is it’s cultural diversity, but I never appreciated the architectural diversity until I started driving around taking pictures for this blog.  Thanks to George Merrick, we have the Old Spanish style that graces Coral Gables and is sprinkled throughout South Florida.  Our proximity […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, Miami Beach
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