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New Miami in the News: Weekly Recap

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February 21, 2014

The forecast is sunny this week in New Miami news, as details of expansion for a variety of retail stores emerge, and industry experts predict continuous future economic growth in our thriving metropolis.

Investment strategist has bright outlook for South Florida

Jobs, wages and real estate prices will keep climbing this year in South Florida, as will government, corporate and consumer spending, a global investment strategist said Tuesday.

Miami primed for retail store growth

Miami’s retail industry is poised for growth across the food and beverage, automobile and electronic retail industries.

Aventura Mall to expand with more luxury shops

The Aventura Mall will soon demolish its existing food court to build a new three-story wing of stores and a parking garage of up to seven levels tall. 

Hedge fund moves from California to Miami

Universa Investment’s move is the first big win for the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s push to lure hedge funds and private equity groups from high-tax states such as California and New York.

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