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David Beckham is Miami-bound

Newly retired pro soccer player David Beckham is coming to Miami to discuss ownership of a new Major League Soccer team. Miami mayor Manny Diaz tells Reuters, "It's very exploratory at this stage." [Reuters]

Art Basel and its affiliate fairs have all received a bit of a name change: each organization has added "in" to their respective editions. Thus, what was once known as Art Basel Miami Beach will now be called "Art Basel in Miami Beach." Yes, we're serious. [ArtInfo]

Florida International University professor and costal expert Stephen P. Leatherman released his 2013 edition of the United State's "Top 10 Beach List" just before Memorial Day Weekend. Though East Hampton, New York took the top spot, our neighbors at Key Biscayne's Bill Boggs Cape Florida State Park didn't go unnoticed. [Huffington Post Travel]

Much like the summer temperatures, South Florida's luxury housing market is on fire this summer. Real estate brokers are reporting record sales thanks to a year-round, international influx of rich buyers. [The Miami Herald]

After months of speculation and discussion, Hollywood Beach has officially approved the beachfront Margaritaville resort. The Jimmy Buffet-themed "village center" will cost $147 million to build and is being looked at as the catalyst for the area's redevelopment. [The Sun-Sentinel]


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