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map Renderings of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter project
Paramount Miami Worldcenter is almost ready to have its foundation poured. With office supply tightening, West Palm Beach is reporting some of the highest rents in Florida. And Alan Levan just won an appeal against the Securities and Exchange Commission's judgment against him, which could herald his return to the position of CEO at BBX Capital Corp. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

9/29/2016 4:00:38 PM

Arjun Waney, the London-based restaurateur and owner of Zuma and Coya, is launching a new Latin-Asian concept, DÔA, in South Beach. DÔA, Waney and his investors’ first venture in Miami Beach, will open in November at 2000 Collins Avenue, across from the Setai Miami Beach. The 5,200-square-foot space was formerly occupied by Barezzito and One Lounge. Geared to be a casual, affordable fusion of Asian and Peruvian cuisine, DÔA will have indoor and outdoor space ... [more]

9/29/2016 3:30:26 PM

Miami commissioner Ken Russell’s motion to fire city attorney Victoria Mendez for allegedly withholding public records from his office died at a special meeting on Thursday.  Russell failed to get support from other commissioners after an hours-long public hearing on how Mendez handled a public records request related to the replatting of Coconut Grove land where developers want to build five luxury single-family homes. “I don’t know what I would have done differently,” Russell said, adding that ... [more]

9/29/2016 2:30:46 PM

With $12 million worth of bank financing in hand, Landmark Companies has broken ground on a rent-regulated apartment project in Pompano Beach. Landmark, headed by Robert Saland, has begun construction on an 111-unit project called City Vista at the corner of Northwest Sixth Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard, across the street from the Larkins Community Center. The project is being funded with a $12 million loan from CitiBank, which county records show the developer ... [more]

9/29/2016 1:45:13 PM

UPDATED Sept. 29, 3:40 p.m. Six years of legal maneuvering in one of the longest running cases over faulty construction in Florida came to swift end on Thursday, when a settlement was announced that will pay plaintiffs $22.5 million that will go towards fixing years of construction defects at San Matera at the Gardens, located just off PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach County. The case pitted the San Matera Condominium Association against Kolter Signature Homes ... [more]

9/29/2016 1:00:00 PM

A developer paid $6.25 million for a pair of low-rise buildings in west Brickell with plans to build a new mixed-use project.  The properties, at 239 and 243 Southwest Ninth Street in Miami, total 15,000 square feet and sold for about $417 a foot, Cervera Real Estate’s Karen Elmir, who arranged the off-market deal, told The Real Deal. Metro Apartments LLC sold the buildings to Santiago Vanegas, a broker and real estate developer with the ... [more]

9/29/2016 12:15:26 PM

It’s no secret that the multifamily market in South Florida has been hot this year, with $4 billion worth of property trades in 2016’s first six months alone. But what about single-family rentals? One group of Israeli investors is hoping that the appetite for assets transfers to houses, as they’ve just listed 136 single-family homes in Broward County for $26 million. The homes are spread throughout Broward, from as far south as Hollywood up to ... [more]

9/29/2016 11:30:10 AM

From the New York website: Pending home sales fell 2.4 percent in the month of August and 0.2 percent year-over-year, more evidence that the housing market has lost steam in recent months. According to the National Association of Realtors, the pending home sales index dropped to 108.5 after a bounceback in July. Pending home sales reflect contracts — not closed sales — on existing homes and can potentially offer early indications of the housing market’s movement. ... [more]

9/29/2016 10:45:50 AM

It looks like Miami, but its soul is pure Brooklyn. At one time, this “bonkers” estate was the most expensive home in Brooklyn, on sale for $30 million in 2013. But the next year, it was given a price chop down to $17 million. Now it’s shed both a neighboring home and another $4.5 million from its price tag, says Curbed. It’s now listed for $12.5 million. The 10-bedroom Mill Basin property is a gated waterfront compound with ... [more]

9/29/2016 10:00:13 AM

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Now that vertical construction of Hyde Midtown has passed the 50 percent mark, developers are unveiling new renderings of the Midtown Miami condo project. ... [more]

9/29/2016 9:15:30 AM

Spending on construction contracts in South Florida took a steep dive in August, according to a new report. And the cut may be deep enough to jeopardize the industry’s chances of topping 2015. According to construction research firm Dodge Data & Analytics, $725.87 million worth of construction contracts was signed in South Florida during August. That sum is 22 percent smaller than it was in August 2015, and brings 2016’s year-to-date spending to $7.24 billion ... [more]

9/29/2016 8:30:20 AM

From the New York website: Donald Trump’s net worth reportedly weighs in at $3.7 billion — $800 million less than the value of his fortune last year, according to Forbes. Forbes claims that 28 of the presidential nominee’s assets have declined in value in the last year. If you believe the publication, 40 Wall Street, for example, declined $28 million in value. Trump Tower, according to Forbes, is now worth $159 million less than it was ... [more]

9/29/2016 7:45:04 AM

Sawgrass Mills, the mega-mall in Sunrise, is getting a new set of dining and drinking destinations, starting with the first Florida location of the Matchbox American Kitchen restaurant group, which has locations in four other states and in Washington, D.C. “We have currently under construction a Matchbox restaurant, which will open on or about Black Friday. That’s what they’re shooting for,” said David Gott, general manager of Sawgrass Mills, which opened in 1990 and spans ... [more]

9/29/2016 6:45:10 AM

Current reader favorites: 1. Jorge Pérez: Expect residential development in Miami to slow, not stop 1. Rick Ross sells waterfront Fort Lauderdale mansion for $6M 3. Fortune, Château close $212M loan for Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles 4. 170 condos at Valencia at Doral offered in bulk sale, could fetch more than $50M 5. 400 Biscayne hits the market, could sell for north of $60M ... [more]

9/29/2016 5:30:08 AM

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Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has unveiled the finances of his flashy Mar-a-Lago club as part of his legal battle with the Palm Beach International Airport. Miami-Dade County just identified the sites in Miami Beach where Zika-positive mosquitos were trapped. And one buyer, through a web of shell companies, just scooped up 13 condos in one of Brickell City Centre's residential towers. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

9/28/2016 4:15:34 PM

Ronny Finvarb, who is developing a new hotel on the former site of a Boston Market on Alton Road in Miami Beach has snagged Kimpton as the operating company. The hotel at 1750 Alton Road will be called the Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach when it opens in the first quarter of 2018, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants and Finvarb, principal of the Finvarb Group, said on Wednesday. Owned and developed by the Finvarb Group and ... [more]

9/28/2016 4:00:39 PM

Airbnb is driving down occupancy and revenue at Miami area hotels, according to a recently released report by Moody’s Investors Service. Miami ranks as the nation’s third largest market for Airbnb, with 11,348 listings as of Sept. 12. Only New York and Los Angeles have a higher volume of listings. Yet as a percent of total lodging available, Miami ranks second with Airbnb representing 17.5 percent of the market, the report on the nation’s hotel ... [more]

9/28/2016 3:15:12 PM

New York’s GFI Capital Resources Group, fresh off a fundraising round from the Israeli bond market, just paid $33.75 million to buy a Deerfield Beach apartment complex from Fairfield Residential. County records show an affiliate of GFI bought the Lakes at Deerfield Apartments, a 212-unit rental community that was built in the early 1990s at 1100 South Military Trail. The price breaks down to $159,198 per apartment, and marks the latest trade in South Florida’s ... [more]

9/28/2016 2:30:04 PM

The owners of 1 Hotel South Beach want to build a tiki hut-style club and restaurant on the sand behind the property’s parking garage. Tuesday afternoon, representatives for 1 Hotel made the case for the new structure in front of the Miami Beach Planning Board, which voted to recommend approving modifications to the developer’s conditional use permit. “We have bare sand …. This no man’s land that sits in front of the three-story parking garage,” ... [more]

9/28/2016 1:45:10 PM

From the New York website: UPDATED, 12:12 p.m., Sept. 28: It’s the day after Sam Zell’s 75th birthday, and he’s having a rough one. The real estate mogul was the keynote speaker at a real estate conference Wednesday, where his skepticism on the state of the commercial real estate market was overshadowed by protesters, racist comments and a disgruntled audience member. Zell was being interviewed by Peter Linneman, a principal at real estate consulting firm ... [more]

9/28/2016 1:00:52 PM

Villa Dwora, a custom-built home surrounding a 300-year-old Banyan tree in Coral Gables, is heading to the auction block. Owners Dora and David Topp are turning to a high-end auction house to sell their 10,730-square-foot mansion, which is just west of Gables Estates and Cocoplum.  The Topps built their eight-bedroom house at 4800 Pine Drive in 2009, a year after they bought the 1-acre property for $2.1 million. It features a koi pond, waterfall, two-story pool house, a ... [more]

9/28/2016 12:15:46 PM

From the New York website: During Monday night’s presidential debate, Donald Trump once again refused to release his tax returns. But a few lucky banks and gaming regulators have had the privilege of seeing them over the years. The catch: they are legally barred from disclosing any information. Employees of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, for example, could face a criminal charges if they leak information on Trump’s returns, according to a spokesperson. The Missouri Gaming ... [more]

9/28/2016 11:30:54 AM

UPDATED September 28 2:25 p.m.:With the final phase of its Flagler Station commercial park well underway, Flagler Global Logistics has broken ground on a sprawling new industrial project four miles away called the Countyline Corporate Park. Construction has begun on the first speculative 200,000-square-foot building of Countyline’s phase one, located at the corner of Northwest 107th Avenue and Northwest 170th Street. Dan Marcus, executive vice president of the company’s development arm, told The Real Deal ... [more]

9/28/2016 10:45:16 AM

The Comras Company wants to build a four-story retail complex at Fifth Street and Lenox Avenue. On Tuesday, Comras representatives pitched the Miami Beach Planning Board on its plans for a 192,265-square-foot building with 64,930 square feet of retail on the first three floors and parking for 218 cars on the roof. “We would have a nice mix of a cafe-oriented environment with service-oriented retailers,” said Comras President and CEO Michael Comras. “They would be broken ... [more]

9/28/2016 10:00:32 AM

A new redevelopment plan would bring a new hotel, residences and street-level retail to the Shops at Sunset Place. Federal Realty Investment Trust, Comras Company and Grass River Property bought the 500,000-square-foot outdoor mall last year for $110 million, and the new owners are now looking to reposition the Mediterranean-style shopping center. Zyscovich Architects is designing the redevelopment, which would add two apartment buildings with 400 units, a 200-room hotel and retail on the ground floor ... [more]

9/28/2016 9:15:13 AM