While Smoke BBQ Fort Lauderdale was attracting big crowds after Michael Mayo, dining critic raved about its smoked pastrami sandwich last month, co-owner Scott Kennedy was sleeping overnight in the restaurant because of a percolating business dispute that threatened to suddenly shutter the eatery.
This past January, we featured a post explaining a new order issued by the United States Department of Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), where it began cracking down on secret real estate buyers in certain parts of the U.S., which included Miami-Dade County.
The Geographic Targeting Orders (GTO) was a temporary directive requiring title insurance companies to identify “all cash” purchasers of high-end residential properties in Manhattan and in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The GTO was in effect on March 1, 2016, and was set to expire of August 27, 2016. Continue reading
Despite rising rental rates and property values in Miami’s ‘artsy’ Wynwood District coupled with an assumption that residents may not be worried about the Zika Virus having the ability to bridge its way into their neiborhoods, report shows another side to the epidemic.
On Monday, Palm Beach County reported their first case of locally-acquired Zika virus which probably has many residents worried.
BREAKING NEWS – FACEBOOK LIVE – Oppenheim Law: