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Taco Tuesdays at 222 Taco

Who doesn’t love a good taco place. If you like a good vibe with truly amazing food, then 222 Taco is the place for you. 222 Taco is located in the North Bay Village neighborhood right on the 79thstreet Causeway.  When you step inside you walk towards the left to order your food at the registers, […]

Thor starts construction on Wynwood Walk

Thor Equities is beginning construction on its planned retail and restaurant development Wynwood Walk, after securing construction financing, The Real Deal has learned. New York-based Thor won approval from the Wynwood Design Review Committee in May for the project at 2800 Northwest Second Avenue, to be built on 2.3 acres the firm owns in the artsy […]

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New York firm scores loan for project in Miami’s Upper East Side

A company tied to New York-based Knickpoint Ventures just secured $13.75 million in financing for a Class A self-storage facility in Miami’s Upper East Side, property records show. Florida Community Bank provided the loan to Bel Air Crest LLC. Records show the entity paid $840,000 for the 29,000-square-foot lot at 7865 Northeast 10th Avenue in […]

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Miami Spice Extended Through October to Help Restaurants Recover From Hurricane Irma

To help local restaurants, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) has extended Miami Spice through October. The dining program, which traditionally runs August 1 through September 30, is designed to give a financial boost to local eateries during Miami’s slowest months for tourism. Spice public relations rep Larry Carrino says all restaurants currently […]

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Food halls sizzle in Miami as craze spreads across nation

There’s a food hall commotion stirring up around the nation, and developers in Miami are joining the movement. More food halls are opening nationwide as consumers demand more artisan and healthier food options in lively environments, according to the New York Times. The brokerage firm Cushman & Wakefield conducted a research study showing that the growth […]

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Miami Restaurants Helping in Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts

Many Miami establishments are donating funds and supplies to relief efforts — even as they themselves are without power. Here’s a list of places where your dollars and donations can help. 7-Eleven. Various locations. Customers nationwide can join 7-Eleven in its hurricane-relief efforts by adding $1 to in-store purchases or donating online at 7eleven.com/hurricane-relief. All money […]

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Terra, partners boost construction loan for Eighty Seven Park to $155M

Terra Group and its partners just took out $63.8 million in construction financing for Eighty Seven Park, boosting their mortgage to $155 million. Property records show Singapore’s United Overseas Bank Limited is providing the financing to 8701 Collins Development LLC. It adds to the previous $91.2 million the developer secured with the Asian bank. Eighty […]

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Miami’s Five Best Rooftop Happy Hours by Miami New Times

Rising to the top is never a bad thing, and in this case, think rooftops. Naturally, the best way to enjoy captivating skyline views is with a cocktail. If you need a reason to grab a drink, here’s a list of Miami’s five best rooftop happy hours. 1. Whisper Cocktail Lounge. The W Miami’s rooftop terrace on […]

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HUD announces changes on reverse mortgage program

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Tuesday that it plans to make changes, including raising premiums, to the reverse-mortgage program for senior citizens. The Trump administration believes the program, which allows lenders to take out a mortgage against the value of their home, needs better financial footing, according to The Wall Street Journal. […]

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