Tag Archives: Residential Property

Miami Micro-Units Solve for Both Tenant Affordability and Developer Profitability

Cities across America are facing an affordability crunch and housing in Miami is no different.  The short supply of affordable housing is even scarcer in proximity to Miami’s central employment districts with no single solution available.  Efforts to promote inclusionary zoning (mandatory affordable unit requirements) have populist appeal, but limited success and actually reduce land … Continue Reading

FDEP Issues Order to Restore Structural Damage Post Hurricane

Property Owners and Public and Private Entities: On September 5, 2017, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (“FDEP”) issued Emergency Final Order OGC. No. 17-0989 (the “Order”) in response to the anticipated widespread devastation across Florida caused by Hurricane Irma. In order to respond to the imminent or immediate danger to the public health, safety, and … Continue Reading

Additional Opportunity to Extend Development Orders & Building Permits

Governor Scott recently expanded the previously declared State of Emergency issued for the Zika Virus, allowing holders of permits and development orders an even greater opportunity to toll the period remaining to exercise rights under the permit or order for more than 19 months. Section 252.363 of the Florida Statutes permits a tolling of development … Continue Reading
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