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  • The Miami-Dade County Commission will consider approving $168.3 million in bonds for six affordable housing developers at its Sept. 7 meeting. Each of these tax-exempt bonds would be issued by the Housing Finance Authority of Miami-Dade County. The developers, not the county, would be responsible for repaying the loans. However, the units must be income-restricted. In most cases, the developers will seek additional state and federal incentives for their projects to subsidize the costs. The only…

  • Harbert Realty Services has named Casey Howard as a new vice president and associate broker. Howard has more than 14 years of experience in commercial real estate sales, investment, and tenant/landlord representation, among other specialties. The job will bring Howard to Birmingham from Savannah, Ga., where she previously worked for Judge Realty. In 2015, Howard sold more than $13 million in multifamily, $4 million in retail, $2.5 million in hospitality and over $4.5 million in retail and office…

  • Parking lots are fetching a pretty penny these days, it seems. A parking lot at the corner of Third Street and Broadway in downtown Louisville has changed ownership for the first time in more than 20 years. Pasadena, Calif.-based System Property Development Co. Inc. has sold the surface parking lot at 300 W. Broadway to Las Vegas-based MVP Louisville Station Broadway LLC for $3 million, according to a Jefferson County deed. Online records at the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator's…

  • Old crab houses never die. In Baltimore, they just get reinvented. The former Obrycki's Crab House & Seafood Restaurant will come alive with the scent of steamed crabs and beer next month as a new eatery called Angie's Seafood opens its doors. Zack Ahmed and Angela Fiorenza, co-workers at a Little Italy restaurant with decades of experience in bar and food service, recently signed a 10-year lease for the first floor of the building long held as a beloved culinary landmark at 1727 E. Pratt St. before. Margaret…

  • A confidential company that could be Amazon.com is seeking $1.5 million in county and state job growth incentives to build a $198 million high-tech fulfillment center in Opa-locka. The project would create 1,000 jobs, although only 500 of them would have wages high enough to meet the criteria of the Qualified Target Industries program for tax rebates. “Project Sol” will go before the Miami-Dade County Commission on Sept. 7. The Beacon Council submitted the application while keeping the name…