Un nuevo tipo de células pulmonares lucha contra las infecciones

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Source: Miami Diario

Poll: one in five Americans can’t pay rent

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From TRD New York: Rising rents and the growing number of people renting in the U.S. is resulting in one in five tenants struggling to pay their rent, an Apartment List poll of about 40,000 respondents found.
The poll was skewed towards higher-income users of the website who were renting high-end apartments, according to Bloomberg News. Out of the total respondents, 3.3 percent have been evicted at one point, up from 2.8 percent two years ago.
Among people earning more than $60,000 annually, 8.8 percent didn’t pay rent – in entirety – in the last three months, while the figure for people earning between $30-60,000 were at 14.8 percent, and people earning $30,000 or lower were at almost 28 percent.
[Bloomberg News] — E.K. Hudson

Source: The Real Deal Miami

Seven-bedroom waterfront house in Palm Beach sells for $23.8 million

735 Island Drive on Everglades Island in Palm Beach
A buyer paid $23.8 million for a house on Everglades Island in Palm Beach that served as a showcase for art collected by the late Steven Ames and his wife, Ann.
The sale price was $4.2 million below the asking price for the house.
The identity of the buyer of the waterfront house was unavailable in initial information about the transaction that the Palm Beach County Clerk posted Friday on its website.
Steven Ames, who was a partner of investment firm Oppenheimer & Co., died in March 2016. Art collected by Ames and his wife sold for $122.8 million at a Sotheby’s auction a year ago.
The couple bought their Everglades Island property at 735 Island Drive for $6 million in 2003, tore down the existing house there and finished building their custom-designed, Georgian-style house in 2008.
The seven-bedroom house has a three-car garage, 190 feet of frontage along the Intracoastal Waterway and 11,775 square feet of living space indoors and in its lakeside loggias.
The house had been listed for sale for more than 18 months with an asking price of $28 million. Sotheby’s International Realty agents Mary Boykin and Crissy Poorman had the listing.
Broker Linda Gary represented the unidentified buyer. [Palm Beach Daily News] – Mike Seemuth
 

Source: The Real Deal Miami

¡Impactante! Se viene una guerra mundial con Corea del Norte involucrada (+Video)

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Source: Miami Diario

Minto opens Westlake project to the public

Minto Communities held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Westlake’s grand opening.
The grand opening on Saturday for Westlake in Palm Beach County attracted hundreds of people, including some who bought homes at the 3,800-acre development. Minto Communities, the developer, opened the development’s sales center to the public along with six model homes at The Hammocks, the first neighborhood at Westlake.
Mike Belmont, president of Minto Communities USA, told the Palm Beach Post that the company sold about 20 homes Saturday. Prices start at $276,990 for homes with the Sage-model floor plan. In addition to thousands of homes, the master-planned Westlake development eventually will have 2.2 million square feet of non-residential properties, including restaurants, retail stores and schools. [Palm Beach Post] – Mike Seemuth

Source: The Real Deal Miami

Soaring costs threaten the Wave streetcar project in Fort Lauderdale

A streetcar in Kansas City similar to the type planned in Fort Lauderdale
Unexpected increases in estimated costs threaten the planned development of a streetcar system in Fort Lauderdale.
Contractors bidding to build the streetcar system, called the Wave, want more money than expected to build it, at least $74 million more.
That means the total cost of the system could top $270 million, or almost twice the $142 million originally estimated.
The Wave streetcar system would operate on a 2.8-mile route inding through and around downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Wave streetcars would be operated on tracks embedded in street lanes and would be connected to overhead electrical wires over most of the 2.8-mile route.
The project already had cost more than $23 million as of July 18. The partners in the streetcar project are Fort Lauderdale, the city’s Downtown Development Authority, and the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization, plus the county, state and federal government.
Jenni Morejon, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, told the Sun-Sentinel that soliciting bids for large projects more than once is one way to lower their cost.
Lowest among bids to design and build the streetcar system is a $188.7 million bid, which excludes a separate $31.4 million expense the county authorized to acquire five streetcars and spare parts.  [Sun-Sentinel] — Mike Seemuth

Source: The Real Deal Miami