‘Troubled’ by housing affordability: Housing advocates in Florida

A decade after Hurricane Irma devastated the state, housing advocates are worried about the state’s affordability crisis and are working to find solutions.More than half of Florida’s 1.6 million residents are still living in households where the income gap between the richest and poorest families is over $20,000.In Florida, only 4.6 per cent of residents have an income of less […]

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What you need to know about the RIVERS EDGE condominium project

The RIVERSEDGE cond-o development, which is in the midst of a $30 million redevelopment project in Miami’s Miami Beach neighbourhood, will be the world’s largest condominium complex with 740 luxury condominium units and 2,100 parking spaces. “It will be one of the most exciting condominium developments of the last 10 years,” said Michael C. Tuck, the Miami-based chief executive officer of […]

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Former Sugar Beach Condominiums owner ‘dismissed’ for refusing to pay condo taxes

A former owner of Sugar Beach condominium buildings in the city of Port Saint John has been dismissed from the condo board after she refused to pay the city’s condo tax, according to a report. Carol Lillis, owner of the Sugar Beach Inn condominium, said she had been given a letter from the city saying her condominium was a non-compliant owner […]

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