The urbanFLORIDA Florida Highrise and Skyscraper Database includes pictures, location, and other pertinent data such as name changes and citations for periodical articles referencing the building. The database contains approximately 2,400 buildings that have 11 or more stories. Buildings constructed before 1926 are also included even though they may have fewer than 11 stories.
The Florida high-rise and skyscraper real estate database includes proposed, planned, abandoned, pre-construction, under-construction, and completed high-rise projects and other resources allowing for extensive data-mining.
FLORIDA MARKET: BALLYHOO AND BARGAINS: "Prices have been flat for several years and the market is awash with real estate. As a result, many sellers are willing to accept considerably less than their asking prices, according to market analysts. The best deals are on about 5,000 high-rise condominium units - primarily in Miami, but scattered around the beaches of both coasts - that have been sitting vacant for several years. And since there are so many expanding projects, developers are quite competitive and more than willing to negotiate; many will immediately offer to pay closing costs and travel expenses." April 28, 1987, The New York Times [The date is correct: 1987.]