Alex Quesada for The New York Times
The condominium market in Miami Beach may be sputtering but it hasn’t plummeted.
MIAMI BEACH on a recent Sunday hardly felt like a city experiencing the aftermath of a real estate collapse. There were cars backed up all along Ocean Drive, pedestrians jostling for shady sidewalk space in the heat and buff bodies dancing to a thumping beat along the beach.
Brokers are quick to point out that all the gloomy headlines about Miami“