Flagler Street has always been the Downtown’s crowning jewel. Unfortunately, this fraying main street requires a little boost. A lot of people seem happy to jump into this project. The local government is pumping $13 million to revamp the street. Their goal is to make the sidewalks more pedestrian-friendly by installing lighting and blacktop and planting shade trees.
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Here is everything you need to know about Miami’s Real Estate in October 2017:
Last week, the director of The White House Office of Management and Budget proposed new amendments on the National Flood Insurance Program. The program which accumulated $25 billion of debt, has been in place since 1968. It was created to protect homeowners who are living in flood-prone zones near coastal areas and rivers.
The answer is: no. Miami Real Estate is buzzing with activity. One might think that Hurricane Irma slowed down the market but this is simply a false statement as sales and rentals are picking up yet again. The reason being on this fast market recovery is probably due to South Florida Building Code that was imposed in 2002 a few years after hurricane Andrew to withstand hurricane disaster. The damages were kept at minimum, only trees and electricity was down for a few days.