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The Miami Beach real estate market is holding steady from last year as 2018 nears to a close.

The American Society of Civil Engineers said last year that the country needed to invest nearly $4.6 trillion through 2025 to address its failing infrastructure, but determining where money will come from has held up progress on a congressional deal.

The American Institute of Architects Miami Chapter (AIA Miami) presented 20 awards for outstanding design projects to architects and architecture students at its 64th Annual AIA Miami Design Awards Celebration last month.

Miami Beach is finally coming into its own as a full-fledged convention destination after voters approved lease components of a hotel adjoining the newly-renovated Miami Beach Convention Center.

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Eleventh Circuit Reverses Attorneys’ Fee Award to Performance Bond Sureties in Dispute with Contractor Arising From Claim Against Subcontractor Performance Bond

SkyRise Miami, the contentious 1,000-foot entertainment and observation tower planned for downtown Miami, is finally set to start construction next year. When completed, it could become the tallest building in Florida, though other South Florida projects that are not yet built are planned to be slightly taller.

FMI’s Construction Outlook offers comprehensive construction forecasts for a broad range of market segments and geographies across North America, as well as information on key market drivers.

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