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map A 2014 aerial of the Jupiter Inlet in Palm Beach County (Credit: D. Ramey Logan)
Palm Beach County's property appraiser has sent out the county's proposed millage rates for the next year. Amid allegations of financial mismanagement, the Hallandale redevelopment agency is facing a forensic audit over a $7.4 million budget cut. And developers of Quadro, a mixed-use project along Miami's Biscayne Boulevard, has applied for a demolition permit to make way for the new building. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

8/23/2016 4:15:32 PM

A British family has paid $19 million for a Mediterranean-style waterfront estate in Miami Beach that was once owned by retired baseball player Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez, The Real Deal has learned. The 12,600-square-foot property at 6385 Pine Tree Drive Circle has nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. It sits on a 1.1-acre double lot, with 175 feet of water frontage overlooking Indian Creek. In addition to an 8-bedroom main house, built in 1937, the estate includes a ... [more]

8/23/2016 4:00:28 PM

The developers of Auberge Beach Residences & Spa Fort Lauderdale closed on a $132 million construction loan, the Related Group told The Real Deal.  Related, along with its development partners Fortune International Group, Fairwinds Group and a firm led by Carlos Mattos, obtained the financing from TPG Real Estate Finance, a nontraditional lender. Related has worked with the firm in the past on projects that include SLS Lux Brickell Hotel & Residences. Buyers at Auberge ... [more]

8/23/2016 3:25:00 PM

South Florida is joining a national trend of affordable housing for the LGBT community with a new project: the Residences at Equality Park.  Carrfour Supportive Housing and the Pride Center are teaming up for the senior housing project, slated to break ground next year and be delivered in late 2018. Carrfour has secured 9 percent tax credits for the first phase consisting of 48 apartments, president and CEO Stephanie Berman told The Real Deal. She ... [more]

8/23/2016 2:30:49 PM

From the New York website: Home sales shot up last month, nearly hitting the highest level seen in the past nine years. Sales reached the fastest pace seen since October 2007, jumping 12.4 percent to an annualized pace of 654,000, Bloomberg reported. New data from the Commerce Department shows strong housing demand in the U.S., especially in the south, reduced inventory and a spike in entry-level homes sold. At the same time, median sales price ... [more]

8/23/2016 1:45:19 PM

Despite South Florida’s residential market cooling off this past year, Broward County has mostly held steady. But July threw a wrench in that track record, according to a new report, with sales volume down significantly for both condos and single-family homes. Broward saw 1,499 single-family homes sell during July, marking a 10.6 percent drop in closed deals compared to July 2015, according to a monthly report from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors association. In that ... [more]

8/23/2016 1:00:03 PM

The Wurzak Hotel Group and DoveHill closed $56.1 million in construction financing for its dual-branded Starwood hotel in Fort Lauderdale. Bank of the Ozarks provided the loan, developer Jake Wurzak told The Real Deal. The developers are building a 323-key hotel with a rooftop bar and flagship restaurant. The 24-story property, at 299 North Federal Highway, breaks down to a 209-room Tribute hotel, called The Dalmar, and the 114-room Element hotel. It will also feature 12,000 square ... [more]

8/23/2016 12:15:50 PM

Gil Blutrich of the Israel-based Mishorim Development Group and his local partner Shai Ben Ami just paid $2.675 million for the retail space at Centro, a newly built condo tower in downtown Miami. The partners announced Tuesday that they purchased the 4,350-square-foot commercial condo on the 37-story tower’s ground floor and are now marketing the space to potential tenants. Newgard Development Group, which built Centro, was the seller. Blutrich and Ben Ami’s price breaks down ... [more]

8/23/2016 11:30:43 AM

News of Chinese investment in U.S. real estate continues to roll in this week, with highlights including Xinyuan Real Estate’s $66 million purchase of a Flushing development site, Extell’s score of Chinese investment firm Shanghai Municipal Investment as an equity partner in Central Park Tower, and Joe Sitt’s pronouncement that despite a lull at the start of the year, Chinese interest is back, big time. The Real Deal has once again taken note, and we’re heading back to China this November for our second ... [more]

8/23/2016 10:45:59 AM

Melissa and Marc Ganzi, once considered the “royal couple of polo,” just dropped $27.29 million for an expansive 100-acre equestrian estate in Wellington. Palm Beach County records show the two, through their company Blonde Farm LLC, purchased the Zacara Farm at the southeastern corner of South 50th Street and 130th Avenue. The deal covers 100 acres of prime land in the town, including five barns with 120 horse stalls, housing for 24 staff members, two ... [more]

8/23/2016 10:00:10 AM

From the Los Angeles website: Many developers fear the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, a proposed March 2017 ballot measure which calls for a two-year moratorium on substantial developments in Los Angeles that require certain zoning amendments. Now, a coalition has formed to fight it, with a focus on how the initiative, if approved, could exacerbate L.A.’s housing shortage. It’s called the Coalition to Protect L.A. Neighborhoods & Jobs, and it is an increasingly organized and well-funded group. ... [more]

8/23/2016 9:15:19 AM

Two new hotels have opened in downtown West Palm Beach in the last year-and-a-half, and another 11 projects have been approved by city officials or are in the planning stage. The market is growing, but local experts say it is not enough to support new supply in the pipeline. The new hotels would add about 1,864 rooms, according to city data. That’s more than twice the amount of rooms currently located in downtown West Palm, according ... [more]

8/23/2016 8:40:50 AM

The city of Miami is taking legal action against a Coconut Grove landlord over poor living conditions and code violations at its West Grove properties. The city wants the owners, Orlando Benitez Jr., Julio Marrero and Rosa Marrero, and Phillip Muskat, to cover the cost of relocating their West Grove tenants to safe apartments they can afford. Under different corporations, the group owns 12 deteriorated properties in Coconut Grove, the Miami New Times reported. Meanwhile, a buyer offered to ... [more]

8/23/2016 7:55:18 AM

From the New York website: Out of all of Donald Trump’s business blunders, Trump Mortgage LLC was among the shortest-lived and most ill-conceived. Launched in 2006 just as trouble was looming for the housing market, the business lasted just 18 months and crashed alongside the market in 2008. Its spectacular downward spiral mirrored unreasonably lofty goals: $3 billion worth of loans during the first year in business and $100 billion within a decade, according to ... [more]

8/23/2016 6:45:03 AM

Current reader favorites: 1. Moishe Mana buys Biscayne Building in downtown Miami: $25M 2. South Florida developer may end Atlantic City casino bet 3. Turkish buyers more active in Miami condo market 4. Miami’s luxury home sellers could face price cuts up to 20 percent: Integra 5. Miami Beach now a Zika zone: real estate, tourism could be stung ... [more]

8/23/2016 5:30:19 AM

map Renderings of the 42-story Hyde Beach House Hollywood
The Related Group's Hyde Beach House project in Hollywood is expected to break ground within two weeks. Florida's ongoing battle with the Zika virus is threatening the state's $90 billion tourism industry. And the $25 million penthouse at Sunny Isles Beach's newly opened Chateau Beach tower has become the city's second-priciest condo for sale. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

8/22/2016 4:00:50 PM

Laguna House, a planned boutique condominium project in Coral Gables, has dropped ONE Sotheby’s International Realty’s Michael Martinez and tapped Audrey Ross’ team at EWM International Realty to exclusively handle sales and marketing, The Real Deal has learned. Developer Oscar Roger, president and CEO of Miami-based Roger Development Group, told TRD that he has known Ross for many years and “she is a doer.” Ross’ 11-person team begins Monday at the project’s new sales gallery, ... [more]

8/22/2016 3:25:20 PM

A short-term rental operator has filed suit against the condo association at the Mondrian South Beach after it was allegedly blocked from renting out units on behalf of owners.  Miami World Rental LLC and Mondrian 1026 LLC filed the lawsuit in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court in mid-July against 1100 West Condominium Association Inc. Miami World Rental, led by Jack Melki, is seeking to have its renting privileges reinstated on behalf of unit owners after the ... [more]

8/22/2016 2:45:05 PM

From the New York website: The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service are seeking to crack down on tactics that allow the wealthy to sidestep estate and gift taxes. Earlier this month officials proposed changes to “valuation discounts,” which allow people to disperse assets — such as real estate — into holding companies in order to lower the value of the asset and decrease the amount of taxes they have to pay, the Wall ... [more]

8/22/2016 1:45:02 PM

mapPenthouse TH1 in Bal Harbour's Majestic Towers a map of Miami-Dade's priciest condo deals last week
Miami-Dade County condo market's summer slowdown shows no sign of stopping. For each of the past three weeks, county condo volume has hovered in the $40 to $50 million range, with only a handful of multimillion-dollar deals. ... [more]

8/22/2016 1:00:53 PM

A Miami-based hotel developer closed on a unit at the newly completed Grove at Grand Bay in Coconut Grove. Bernard and Jessie Wolfson paid $6.55 million for unit 1603N at the twisting, twin-tower development, Miami-Dade County records show. Bernard Wolfson heads Hospitality Operations Inc., a hotel owner and developer active in South Florida, and practiced real estate law from the early 1960s to 2000, according to published reports. The Wolfsons, who are also active in South ... [more]

8/22/2016 12:15:11 PM

Does the federal tax code now favor unmarried partners when it comes to deducting mortgage interest on jointly owned houses with super-sized mortgages? Can certain co-owners save big money on taxes by staying single, rather than getting married? In the wake of a little-publicized move by the IRS earlier this month, the answer appears to be yes for potentially significant numbers of co-owners of houses with jumbo loans. Under Section 163 of the Internal Revenue ... [more]

8/22/2016 11:30:19 AM

There’s no question that South Florida’s housing market is becoming unaffordable for many of its residents, but a new report shows the gap could be closing. According to a second-quarter survey from mortgage info site HSH.com, a South Florida homebuyer would have to pull in at least $65,120 per year to afford mortgage payments on a median-priced home. The report assumes a 20 percent down payment and bases its data off two key metrics: mortgage ... [more]

8/22/2016 10:45:10 AM

Donald Trump has touted the multimillion-dollar values of his golf course resorts across the country while his attorneys argue for lower tax bills – and the difference between the two is huuuge. Now, officials in South Florida are disputing those lowered assessments. In his May filing with the Federal Election Commission, Trump claimed consistently higher values on eight of his 10 golf courses while his attorneys continue to petition for slashed values, the Washington Post ... [more]

8/22/2016 10:04:40 AM

From Luxury Listings NYC: What do women want? It’s a question that’s plagued men for as long as time, and now, luxury hotel owners are wondering the same thing. Apparently, rich, single ladies are traveling more — for work and pleasure — and hotels are trying to attract them. [more] ... [more]

8/22/2016 9:15:02 AM