Posts filed under: Miami

When it comes to homes in Miami Beach, the “haves” have it all. The city’s housing market is the most unequal in the U.S., according to a report from online real estate company Redfin. The report covers the third quarter...
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An exceptional new residential tower, Faena District Miami Beach – Faena House, has set a new record in Miami with its $60 million penthouse closing. The residences, which are now 50 percent closed, are the first offering of its kind in...
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From JCK Online: From my room at the Thompson Hotel, which is located on the northern end of South Beach, I could see why developers are gaga over this hallowed coast. Even though I live in sunny Los Angeles, a...
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Two main components of Miami Worldcenter won the approval of a city review board Sept. 16, promising apartments, hotel rooms, office space, restaurants and stores hugging a new 7th Street Promenade. Two groups of architects, designers, attorneys and developers took...
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Construction cranes keep coming to South Florida, as evidenced this week by Miami’s newest boutique high-rise, Elysee Residences. The newly announce condo tower will feature only 100 units in a 57-story waterfront tower set directly on Biscayne Bay at 700...
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As more out-of-towners decide they want to put down roots in South Florida rather than simply buy investment properties for the rental market, they’re asking for bigger, better, more expensive designs. Units equipped with quarters for a nanny or maid....
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Miami-Dade County’s condo market had a strong showing for the first week of August, with eight units selling for more than $1 million each. The week’s top sale belongs to an oceanfront unit at Miami Beach’s Green Diamond. Unit 1001, which...
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Part entrepreneur, part urban-culture clairvoyant, part developer (though he dislikes the moniker), the Argentine-born Alan Faena is best known for identifying a moribund quadrant of Buenos Aires at the height of the country’s recession and turning it into what is...
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The luxury housing market in some of the largest, most desirable U.S. real estate markets is surging. Prices in these areas are generally exceeding expectations, and while many other aspects of the economy have been uncertain, luxury housing remains steady....
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The team behind Miami Worldcenter announced Thursday that Newgard Development Group plans to build a mixed-use tower on the 27-acre site in downtown’s Park West district. Plans for the new tower aren’t clear yet, although it will likely include rental...
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