• By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    MIAMI'S NEIGHBORHOODS ARE IN FLUX. HERE ARE ONES MOST LIKELY TO CHANGE QUICKLY

    Gavin McKenzie is one of the happy beneficiaries of Miami's sweeping and long-lasting development boom. The builder and master wood...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    MIAMI IS TRANSFORMING. THIS RESIDENT LOOKS FOR A PLACE TO FIT IN

    Gavin McKenzie is one of the happy beneficiaries of Miami's sweeping and long-lasting development boom....

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    HOW MANY SQUARE FEET OF LUXURY OF LUXURY PROPERTY DOES $1 MILLION GET YOU AROUND THE WORLD?

    Comparison of the most expensive cities for real estate....

    World
  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    HOW DID FOREIGN INVESTORS AFFECT REAL ESTATE IN MIAMI?

    After the 2008 recession, foreign investors began snapping up Miami real estate in record numbers....

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    PRICED OUT OF PARADISE: WHY LOCALS CAN NO LONGER AFFORD TO LIVE IN MIAMI

    In Miami, a mosquito-ridden backwater that grew so fast it was once anointed the Magic City, little has ever stayed the same for long....

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    WATCH THE MIAMI SKYLINE EVOLVE OVER DECADES

    The City of Miami has changed dramatically since its genesis and the rising prices along with new sprawling skyscrapers are the evidence....

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    SECURITY COMPANY USED CASH OR SPLIT CHECKS TO AVOID PAYING OT. IT OWES WORKERS $66,000

    A Miami security company with roots in Caracas owes 23 workers $66,412 in back pay and liquidated damages after it got caught trying...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    SOUTH FLORIDA, ONE OF THE LEAST AFFORDABLE AREAS IN THE COUNTRY FOR RENTING

    South Florida is one of the least affordable areas in the country when it comes to renting. How does this compare to other cities around...

    U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    DOLLY MCINTYRE: “I AM FOR PLANNED, RESPONSIBLE, REASONABLE GROWTH”

    Dolly McIntyre, a veteran preservationist and DHT co-founder, talks about the Miami she encountered when she came to study at UM in...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    HISTORIAN AND CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST ENID PINKNEY ON THE EFFECTS OF THE AFFORDABILITY CRISIS

    Historian and civil rights activist Enid Pinkney on how the black community and Brownsville in particular are being affected by the...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    MIAMI'S BOOMING FORTUNES HAVE CREATED A HOUSING CRISIS

    As Miami has undergone an unprecedented, rapid transformation from languishing trouble spot to global hotspot, locals increasingly...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    HOW A YOUNG WAITER AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SUPPORTS HIS FAMILY

    Carlos Caballero, a 25-year-old waiter at Miami International Airport and father of a young daughter, makes less than $6 an hour as...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    HOW SOUTH FLORIDA WAGES MEASURE UP AGAINST OTHER CITIES

    South Florida is one of the lowest-paid areas in the U.S. Here's how we measure up against other major metros....

    U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    MIAMI HOME PRICES MAY SEEM ASTRONOMICAL TO LOCALS, BUT THEY'RE A BARGAIN TO FOREIGNERS

    Miami has long attracted North Americans escaping the cruelty of winter. But in the past decade, it has also become a playground for...

    Art
  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    SOUTH FLORIDA WORKERS ARE AMONG THE POOREST-PAID. THE ‘MIAMI DISCOUNT' MAY BE TO BLAME

    If you're feeling underpaid in South Florida, you're probably right. In the Miami area, elementary school teachers earn about $45,000...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    ‘WE ARE PRICING EVERYONE OUT OF MIAMI.' HOW LOCALS COMPETE WITH FOREIGN BUYERS

    Abbie Cuellar was one of the lucky ones. In 2011, after the bottom fell out of the Miami real estate market and property values plummeted,...

    Market
  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    MIAMI-DADE IS ONE OF THE MOST EXPENSIVE AREAS IN THE NATION FOR RENTERS

    When it comes to renting a place to live, Miami-Dade is one of the most expensive large counties in the nation, according to U.S. Census...

    U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    NEW PLANT PLANNED AT RAIL TERMINAL IN SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA

    A new $12.5 million plant is planned for southwest Louisiana, as the anchor tenant of a rail terminal. Gov. John Bel Edwards announced...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION BILL GETS INITIAL COMMITTEE HEARING

    A bill to legalize marijuana in Delaware is getting is first committee hearing in the legislature after a failed effort to pass a similar...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Jun 5, 2019

    BARREL MAKER STARTS CONSTRUCTION ON COOPERAGE IN KENTUCKY

    A barrel manufacturer has started construction on a $66.5 million cooperage in eastern Kentucky that's expected to create 220 jobs...