Combined property values in the Florida Keys jumped by about $1.49 billion in a year's time to an overall approximate value of $22.81 billion, the Monroe County Property Appraiser's Office reported Tuesday. Read all of Overall Keys property values rise $1.49 billion to $22.81 billion
Archive: June 2016
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Within Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary lies a trail of historic shipwrecks, scattered along the coral reefs and buried in the sandy shallows a few miles off shore. The nine ships along this Shipwreck Trail have many tales to tell, from the stories of individuals who came before us to why they were here and their difficulties in navigating these waters. http://floridakeys.noaa.gov/shipwrecktrail/welcome.html Read all of Shipwreck Trail
One weekend in Key West and I nearly caught “Keys Disease”-- that sudden urge that’s lured many a famous person to relocate to the area and call it home. But there’s more to Key West than beaches, boutiques and boats; there’s a lot of history here, and African American history is deeply embedded in the fabric of this island’s splendor, making this staycation a real winner for Black travelers. Read all of Exploring Key West, Florida’s Hidden Black History
Indian Key at first appears like a typical South Florida island — mangroves on the shore, buttonwoods inland. Historian Brad Bertelli leads tours of the island, which includes ruins of structures from Jacob Housman's days. Credit Nancy Klingener / WLRN Read all of Dade County Birthplace Now A Keys 'Ghost Town'
Combined property values in the Florida Keys jumped by about $1.49 billion in a year's time to an overall approximate value of $22.81 billion, the Monroe County Property Appraiser's Office reported Tuesday. Higher valuations are driven by increasing sales prices of real estate and new construction. Read all of Overall Keys property values rise $1.49 billion to $22.81 billion