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map Avra Jain and the Vagabond Hotel
The restaurant within Avra Jain's popular Vagabond Hotel is set to undergo re-branding in July following the departure of its chef Alex Chang. Florida Panthers player Jonathan Huberdeau just dropped $2.9 million on a waterfront home in Fort Lauderdale. And a Palm Beach County commissioner wants Florida Governor Rick Scott to investigate the founding of Westlake, the county's newest city. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

6/24/2016 4:00:34 PM

From the New York website: CBRE and Jones Lang LaSalle’s stock prices plummeted Friday, amid investor fears that Britain’s vote to leave the European could cripple the companies’ European business. As of 2:20 p.m., CBRE’s stock was down 8 percent for the day, while Jones Lang LaSalle’s stock had fallen by 11.9 percent. Green Street Advisors had estimated that property values in London could fall by as much as 20 percent in the first three years after ... [more]

6/24/2016 3:15:44 PM

Miami-Dade Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia is contesting a combined $163.7 million in 2014 property tax reductions awarded to 132 unit owners at The Setai Miami Beach. On May 26, Garcia sued the owners, the Setai Resort and Residences Condominium Association and Leon Biegalski, executive director of Florida’s Department of Revenue in Miami-Dade Circuit Court. The suit attempts to reverse a decision by the county’s Value Adjustment Board, which lowered the assessed value of the 132 ... [more]

6/24/2016 2:30:19 PM

The day after Britain’s shock vote to leave the European Union, global markets are in freefall, with some economists already predicting a new global recession. But this worst-case scenario for Europe may actually work out in favor of the South Florida real estate industry – with one big caveat. Here’s what Miami can expect: Continued low interest rates The Federal Reserve already backtracked on its plans to continue raising interest rates this year. Britain’s vote ... [more]

6/24/2016 1:45:49 PM

Aron Rosenberg has completed his purchase of two prime parcels along North Miami Avenue in Wynwood, where he’s planning a major mixed-use project. The New York investor just closed on his $11.5 million purchase of 2916 North Miami Avenue, an industrial property that was formerly the home of Murphy’s Truck Rebuilding Service. Rosenberg now owns that parcel and the property at 2994 North Miami Avenue, which he bought for $6.5 million in March. Altogether he ... [more]

6/24/2016 1:05:01 PM

Despite signs of unaffordability, South Florida’s wage growth is still outpacing the rising cost of buying a home — except in Broward County. According to a new report from real estate research firm RealtyTrac, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties saw wages grow faster than the median cost to buy a home in the second quarter, albeit not by much. Housing costs in Broward, however, far outpaced rising income. To gauge affordability, the report compares how ... [more]

6/24/2016 12:20:17 PM

A company led by William Wiener, who’s been buying prominent pieces of Miami real estate, just paid $17.7 million for a large Coral Springs retail plaza. County records show 35 Oak U.S. 5 just closed its purchase of the Plaza at Coral Springs on Tuesday. The property is a 96,280-square-foot shopping center with three adjoined retail buildings and two outparcels, all situated on about 10.5 acres. Some of the plaza’s tenants include Broward Kidney Centers, which ... [more]

6/24/2016 11:30:28 AM

Sugarfina, a high-end candy boutique, opened its first store in Florida at Aventura Mall on Friday, as the brand expands nationwide. Sugarfina launched in August 2012, selling its premium confections online, then opened its first retail store in Beverly Hills in 2013. By July, the company expects to have 16 retail locations & 12 Nordstrom Shop-In-Shops throughout North America, according to a release. The store features “Candy Bento Boxes,” which customers can customize by selecting ... [more]

6/24/2016 10:45:43 AM

The Miami City Commission took the first step in approving Moishe Mana’s ambitious plan to create an international business, cultural and entertainment-focused campus in Wynwood. Commissioners on Thursday gave preliminary approval for the “Mana Wynwood Special Area Plan,” which would grant the developer several zoning changes that would allow him to build a series of buildings totaling up to 9.72 million square feet on 23.46 acres of land. The assembled land is west of Northwest ... [more]

6/24/2016 10:00:22 AM

Three months after a contentious preliminary zoning hearing in front of the Miami City Commission, homeless shelter Lotus House won approval for its much anticipated expansion. City commissioners unanimously voted on Thursday to grant zoning changes for several parcels around Lotus’ current site at 217 Northwest 15th Street. Amid cheers from supporters and dozens of homeless women who live at Lotus, shelter President and Executive Director Constance Collins praised commissioners for allowing her to move ... [more]

6/24/2016 9:15:32 AM

Walmart looked like it won the fight to build a controversial store in Midtown Miami when a state judge denied an appeal from the neighborhood opposition in January. But recent reports have surfaced claiming Walmart’s construction permit has been revoked, despite what appears to be ongoing work at the development site. In December, Walmart was given a construction permit to begin foundation work at 3055 North Miami Avenue, a 4.6-acre plot of vacant land on ... [more]

6/24/2016 8:45:14 AM

paramountConstruction at Paramount Fort Lauderdale
Construction is halfway done at Paramount Fort Lauderdale Beach, which just hit its ninth floor. Check out a video of construction here ... [more]

6/24/2016 7:45:05 AM

The conceptual design of four high-rise buildings at the Diplomat Golf & Tennis Club in Hallandale Beach could become finalized by the end of summer as the property’s owners fix the mix of condos, hotel rooms, condo-hotel units and rental units. The Hallandale Beach City Commission earlier this year approved the development of one 30-story residential building with 250 units on the grounds of the Diplomat golf course, plus three condo-hotels 30, 24 and 20 stories tall ... [more]

6/24/2016 6:45:05 AM

Current reader favorites: 1. Marina developer buys Fort Lauderdale boatyard for $14M 2. Colombian businessman Jorge Mattos buys La Gorce Island home: $9M 3. Menin picks up Delray retail strip for $26M 4. Sky-high amenity: observatory planned for Paramount Miami Worldcenter 5. Chetrit’s $1B mixed-use Miami River project to launch sales this summer ... [more]

6/24/2016 5:30:36 AM

map Rendering of Miami Worldcenter
Construction work is picking up at Miami Worldcenter, where 7th Street has been closed in favor of a street-level retail promenade. Millennials are looking at suburbs instead of cities for buying their first home. And North Miami city officials are pushing for a home-grown Chinatown, though not everyone is in favor. Read these stories and more after the jump. ... [more]

6/23/2016 4:45:24 PM

From the New York website: Barry Sternlicht’s Starwood Capital Group is looking to sell all three hotels in its fledgling “eco-luxury” brand 1 Hotels, including two in New York City, sources told The Real Deal. The development firm could sell the hotels as one package or piecemeal, and sources familiar with the marketing process expect them to fetch north of $800 million. The hotel brand launched last year with the opening of the Miami Beach flagship. ... [more]

6/23/2016 4:30:50 PM

Fresh off a round of funding with $120 million in commitments, Altantic | Pacific Cos. and Blue Arch Advisors have announced they’re launching a multifamily investment campaign in the Southeastern and Southwestern U.S. The firms announced Thursday that they’ve just closed their co-sponsored fund, dubbed Blue Atlantic Partners, which will focus on acquiring existing rental communities in affluent suburbs of major cities. Institutional investors and high-net-worth individuals, both domestic and international, contributed to the $120 ... [more]

6/23/2016 4:00:31 PM

UPDATED June 24, 3:40 p.m. New York-based Merchants Hospitality wants to pay $110 million to buy the lease for the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables and renovate the historic property, as the current partners plan a separate change in interest following a contentious dispute, The Real Deal has learned. In a letter of intent for the Biltmore, signed by Merchants Hospitality President and CEO Abraham Merchant and obtained by TRD, Merchants has proposed to pay $40 ... [more]

6/23/2016 3:15:52 PM

Once the country’s capital of cash sales, the share of home sales in Miami-Dade County has fallen significantly in recent months. March proved to be no different, according to a new report from research firm CoreLogic, with the county’s ratio of cash sales falling sharply year-over-year. Of all Miami-Dade’s home sales in March, 51.4 percent of them were made without financing. Compared to March 2015, that rate has fallen by about 7.4 percent, according to ... [more]

6/23/2016 2:30:44 PM

The Real Deal is bringing a cleaner design and more seamless navigation to our latest mobile update, which is now available for download in Apple’s App store. The latest version of our app includes a separate feed for our new Los Angeles website, which joined The Real Deal‘s family of news websites in January. An updated navigation bar allows readers to access each of the three markets with ease, and a new ‘National’ tab aggregates our New York, South Florida and Los Angeles websites into one stream. ... [more]

6/23/2016 2:00:09 PM

When Stephen Owens arrived in Miami, there were “a lot less” elevators, a tall building was 14 stories, and Brickell Avenue looked more like a residential street in Coconut Grove. That was 1979. “Miami was really a relatively quiet town,” Owens said during a keynote talk at a Brickell real estate panel discussion hosted by Bisnow on Thursday. Yet, Swire Properties was out to change Miami’s landscape. Owens, the soon-to-retire president of Swire, said the Hong ... [more]

6/23/2016 1:20:37 PM

It might not be the bloodbath seen when Miami-Dade County’s housing market crashed in 2008, but many in the real estate community are likely feeling the pressure. Both condo and single-family home sales continued their downward slide in Miami-Dade during May, according to a newly released report from the Miami Association of Realtors, all while prices maintained their steady climb. Single-family home sales decreased 7.2 percent last month, from 1,272 properties traded in May 2015 ... [more]

6/23/2016 12:15:53 PM

South Carolina-based Edens just picked up a Boca Raton shopping center and adjacent Holiday Inn Express, records show.  Edens paid a combined $53.5 million for the properties at 8180 and 8144 Glades Road. Companies tied to Mark Walsh of Delray Beach-based Ocean Properties sold the hotel and retail center. Lakeside Centre, a shopping center anchored by HomeGoods, Marshalls and Off Broadway Shoes, sold for $40.5 million. The 20-acre, 168,000-square-foot property was completed in 1990. Worth’s ... [more]

6/23/2016 11:30:03 AM

From the New York website: Real estate investment trust shareholders are turning up the heat on executive pay. Shareholders at four REITs, including General Growth Properties, have rejected pay plans in nonbinding votes this year, the Wall Street Journal reported. That’s up from just one plan that was rejected last year “The REIT industry as a whole has taken somewhat of a black eye because of a number of bad-acting, smaller companies that have not ... [more]

6/23/2016 10:45:19 AM

Miami city officials could be headed back to the drawing board with their plans to redevelop the Rickenbacker and Marine Stadium marinas on Virginia Key. On Wednesday, the Miami City Commission ended a three-hour-plus special hearing without making a decision about whether or not to begin lease negotiations with the winning bidder, RCI Group, the company that operates the Miami Beach Marina at 300 Alton Road. Commissioners may take the issue up again their regular ... [more]

6/23/2016 10:00:37 AM