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  A renovated condo in the South End neighborhood of Palm Beach sold for $3.08 million. The price breaks down to $796 per square foot for Unit 2C3 at The Stratford condominium, 2580 South Ocean Boulevard. Douglas Elliman agent Joan Wenzel, who represented the seller, told the Palm Beach Daily News the actual price was higher because the buyer sold the condo’s furnishings in a separate transaction. The unit spans 3,867 square feet of living ... [more]

12/3/2016 3:30:24 PM

Broward County endorsed a plan by Related Group and a partner to lease county land at Andrews Avenue and Sistrunk Boulevard and build apartments there, most of them with rents below market rates. County commissioners voted November 29 to negotiate a land lease agreement with Miami-based Related Group and a company called Flagler Warehouse 1, co-owned by Doug McCraw, founder of the Flagler Arts and Technology Village, or FATVillage. McCraw’s company and Related have formed a company called ... [more]

12/3/2016 2:30:25 PM

Real estate developer Dev Motwani and his partner in a Fort Lauderdale hotel development said it will bear two Hilton brands, Tru and Home2 Suites, and will open in about two years. Construction is scheduled to start in mid-2017 for a 202-room Tru/Home2 Suites hotel in the Flagler Village neighborhood near downtown Fort Lauderdale. A partnership led by Motwani bought the development site at 315 Northwest 1 Avenue together with two nearby lots last January ... [more]

12/3/2016 1:30:16 PM

Demolition crews have started tearing down sections of the still-open Norton Museum of Art. It is the initial phase of an expansion and renovation of the West Palm Beach landmark. Admission to the museum remains free because of the project. Many paintings are in storage but some remain on the walls, including works by Matisse and Picasso. The museum at 1451 Olive Street just east of South Dixie Highway is scheduled to reopen in December 2018 ... [more]

12/3/2016 12:30:56 PM

From the New York site: Many upscale apartment complexes include pools that residents can use. But a new residential building in the Bahamas is even more luxurious. Set to be completed by 2017, the complex features apartment units that each have a built-in private pool on their balconies. Bjarke Ingels Group, the architecture firm that designed the building, appropriately dubbed it the “Honeycomb.” The units, which range from 3,000 to 8,000 square feet, start at $5 million. Check them ... [more]

12/3/2016 11:30:13 AM

The owner of an 8,970-square-foot estate in Tampa with two water slides, a spa and grotto has listed the property for sale for $5.95 million. The residence, originally built by a professional baseball player with the New York Yankees, is in a gated country club community in Tampa called Avila. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, three half-bathrooms and a five-car garage. The property features a formal living room with chandeliers, marble columns and a ... [more]

12/3/2016 10:30:26 AM

Brokerage firm Avison Young announced the sale of a mixed-use building in the commercial heart of Coral Gables for $3 million. Michael T. Fay, the Miami-based principal and managing director of Avison Young, and associate Myles Stepner represented the seller. The 4,818-square-foot building at 178 Giralda Avenue in the central business district of Coral Gables sold for $623 per square foot. Fernando Naranjo, principal of The Orange Group, represented the new owner, Santa Maria Real ... [more]

12/3/2016 9:30:51 AM

A bank regulatory agency in France knocked $4.5 million off the asking price for a Miami Beach mansion that the agency took from developers found guilty of tax evasion. Realtors Jill Eber and Jill Hertzberg have the listing for the nine-bedroom residence known as Whitehall Mansion. Its new asking price is $25 million, down from $29.5 million. The mansion at 5930 North Bay Road spans 13,637 square feet and features a helipad and 200 feet ... [more]

12/3/2016 8:45:51 AM

Buying a whole block on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road simply wasn’t enough for Spanish billionaire Amancio Ortega. The Zara owner has yet again smashed a Miami record with the $500 million purchase of downtown’s Southeast Financial Center, an iconic office building that seller JPMorgan Asset Management began shopping around earlier this year. In a single deal, Ortega has closed on the largest commercial purchase in Miami this year, blowing past the previous high set by ... [more]

12/2/2016 4:55:38 PM

Lavish luncheons and dinners, helicopter tours, rooftop parties and art-studded soirees. During Art Basel, brokers and developers are taking advantage of the well-heeled crowd descending on Miami to boost the visibility of their luxury properties. Brokers are launching new multimillion dollar listings in time to catch art-lovers’ eyes. And a plethora of prospective buyers are squeezing viewings in between art fairs and fetes. Aiming to pull out all the stops, Oren Alexander of Douglas Elliman ... [more]

12/2/2016 4:30:25 PM

Developers Louis Birdman, Gregg Covin and the Regalia Group have closed on a $225 million construction loan for One Thousand Museum, designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid. The 62-story, 83-unit tower is under construction and on its 26th floor, a sales agent told The Real Deal. The developer declined to disclose what lender provided the financing, but it was arranged by Robert Horowitz of New York-based Cooper-Horowitz and Bilzin Sumberg attorneys Phillip Sosnow and Jon Chassen. ... [more]

12/2/2016 4:00:19 PM

A company affiliated with Venezuela’s Mezerhane family has filed for city approvals to build a 38-story office tower on Brickell Avenue. If built, the tower would be one of the first projects almost entirely composed of offices to open in Brickell during this cycle. The application, filed with Miami’s Urban Development Review Board, calls for a total redevelopment of the mid-rise office building at 888 Brickell Avenue, which is seven stories and houses only 53,189 ... [more]

12/2/2016 3:30:30 PM

From the New York December issue: Donald Trump’s upset victory over Hillary Clinton has taken the country — and the New York real estate industry — on a rollercoaster ride of a lifetime in the last few weeks. And few know what his presidency will really look like once he takes the oath of office next month. But one thing is certain: The next four years will shape Donald Trump’s legacy more than any condo tower, hotel, ... [more]

12/2/2016 2:45:49 PM

porscheFrom left: Sandra Lee, Kelley Blevins, Joanna Berg, Guest of Kelley Blevins and Eddie Otero (Credit: Guillaume Raberin – Krave Studios)
Performance art, cocktails and an appearance by basketball player Chris Bosh were all part of Mast Capital's 3900 Alton preview party on the rooftop of 605 Lincoln Road. Click here for more. ... [more]

12/2/2016 2:00:22 PM

A loft-style office building is set to rise in between Panther Coffee and 250 Wynwood in the artsy neighborhood. RedSky Capital plans to develop Cube Wynwyd, an 8-story office building at 222 Northwest 24th Street, Tere Blanca told The Real Deal. Her firm will handle leasing for the project, which will include nearly 80,000 square feet of office space and about 11,400 square feet of retail space. Arquitectonica is designing the LEED-certified building, which will ... [more]

12/2/2016 1:15:03 PM

You probably know that your credit score is a crucial factor in your ability to qualify for a mortgage. You might also know that your score can vary depending on the type of scoring model your lender uses. If it’s an old, outdated version you might get a lower score. If it’s a newer, more advanced model, you’ve got a better shot at being scored more fairly. Which brings up an end-of-the-year controversy: The two ... [more]

12/2/2016 12:30:40 PM

Roberto Justus, who rose to fame during his years-long stint hosting Brazil’s version of “The Apprentice,” just sold his chic pad at South Beach’s Continuum complex for $15.3 million. The deal was announced Thursday by Douglas Elliman’s Keith Marks and Sonia Toth, who had marketed the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom unit on behalf of Justus since November 2015. The massive modern-style condo boasts its own movie theater, game room and media room, along with ocean views and ... [more]

12/2/2016 11:45:30 AM

Block Capital Group, a joint venture between the Miculitzki family and Cabi Developers, paid $5.8 million for the King Automotive site in Wynwood with plans for a retail/restaurant redevelopment. Records show Leon and April Wegman sold the properties at 260 Northwest 28th Street and 255 Northwest 27th Terrace to Wynwood Spaces 2 LLC. Wegman operated the repair shop for more than 50 years, and told the Miami New Times earlier this year he sold it for more ... [more]

12/2/2016 11:00:53 AM

Three Zika zones down. One more to go. At a press conference Friday morning, Gov. Rick Scott announced a one-square mile area in Miami’s Little River district had been cleared of the birth-defect-causing virus. “I am proud to announce that the Little River area has been cleared of any ongoing active transmission of the Zika virus,” Scott told reporters gathered at St. Mary Cathedral School at 7485 Northwest Second Avenue. “This great news comes as Miami is ... [more]

12/2/2016 10:15:00 AM

Colombia was still the top-dog for interest in Miami real estate during September, according to a new report, again beating out Latin America’s runner-up Brazil. The Miami Association of Realtors just released their monthly ranking of foreign countries that most use its property portal to search for Miami real estate. In September, for the 10th month in a row, Colombians were shopping for more houses here than those from any other foreign country. Canada, which ... [more]

12/2/2016 9:30:27 AM

The fate of no single country has been more inexorably tied to Miami than that of Cuba. More than a million exiles fled the island nation to Miami throughout the decades-long rule of communist dictator Fidel Castro, spreading their influence in all facets of the city’s economy. They bought homes, built communities and helped grow Miami’s then-fledgling skyline. Now, in the wake of Castro’s death, some of Miami real estate’s biggest Cuban-American names are reflecting ... [more]

12/2/2016 8:45:47 AM

From the New York website: Donald Trump’s economic plans may worsen the next downturn, according to Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi. “I think the economy is going to be more cyclical as a result” of Trump’s election, Zandi, a Democrat, said Thursday at a Urban Land Institute New York event. Like several other commentators, Zandi expects that Trump’s plans to cut taxes and boost government spending this late in the economic cycle will drive ... [more]

12/2/2016 7:45:35 AM

Current reader favorites: 1. 3 Chefs and a Chicken inks $16M lease, to replace Wendy’s in Coral Gables 2. Miami developers predict luxury market slowdown to continue in 2017: ULI panel 3. Porsche tower begins closing units as Dezer eyes another car-elevator project 4. Faena House buyer alleges his unit is not livable due to construction defects 5. Developers unveil plans for $1B Magic City innovation district in Little Haiti ... [more]

12/2/2016 7:29:58 AM

PriveRendering of the 2017 Art Miami siteplan
In yet another sign of delays for the Genting Group's languishing Resorts World Miami project, the development site that formerly housed the Miami Herald will now be leased to Art Miami for several years. The Downtown Development Authority is hoping to jumpstart construction of 2,700 affordable housing units in Miami. And now that Donald Trump has been elected president, commercial real estate market watchers are worrying what effects his administration will have on the industry. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

12/1/2016 5:15:23 PM

ASRR Capital Ltd. — the publicly-traded Israeli company led by New York real estate moguls Alex Sapir and Rotem Rosen — and its partner, the Suzer Group of Turkey, have tapped prominent architect Antonio Citterio to design their planned residential development in Surfside. The 12-story condominium tower, to be called Arte by Antonio Citterio, will mark the architect’s first project in the United States. And just in time for Art Basel, the partnership has placed a ... [more]

12/1/2016 4:30:10 PM