Photo credit: Business Wire After years of effort by local leaders, a manufacturing facility is about to be built in Jacksonville, Florida. The $542 million facility will be able to export natural liquefied gas and position Jacksonville as a leader in gas export to the Caribbean Islands. The move was approved unanimously by Mayor Lenny
December 2019 Florida Store Closures (from public records and media outlets): Jacksonville Sears: 10302 Southside Blvd Leesburg Sears: 10401 Us Highway 441 Miami Kmart: 3825 7th Street NW Oviedo Sears: 1360 Oviedo Marketplace Blvd Vero Beach Kmart: 1501 US 1 Over 100 additional Kmart and Sears Stores are closing throughout the country. Two Kmart and
The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation announced this past Thursday (November 7th) its intent to take over the historic Bonnet House, kicking off a fight for control of the beachfront, community treasure. The Bonnet House, Inc., the local organization that manages the 99-year-old estate, said the house has given the trust about $150,000 each year
Florida house values are on the rise, but how does our real estate market compare nationwide?
There’s been talk that the U.S. housing market is headed for a recession, but new data is showing there might be very little to fear.
New data released by Florida Realtors revealed that the Sunshine State’s housing market saw an increase in median prices and inventory during the second quarter of 2019.
An annual survey from the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks has once again ranked Florida in the top five states for all commercial real estate development.
A new report from the National Association of Realtors has revealed that foreign investment in U.S. residential real estate is on the decline – and Florida is feeling it.
Alex Rodriguez has taken his family office approach to investing to the next level after his company acquired a 12,700-square-foot office condo in Coconut Grove to relocate all Miami-based business there.
Florida homeowners can now plant veggies and fruits in their front yard thanks to a new law that stems from a six-year battle between Hermine Ricketts and Miami Shores Village.