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  • Boutique is the new black- Condos Miami

    Boutique condo projects designed to appeal to buyers seeking the privacy of a single-family home with the convenience of a condominium are rising up across South Florida.

    Developers say they’re turning to smaller projects in order to attract baby boomers accustomed to single-family homes amid lagging interest from the region’s typical foreign condo buyers. 

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  • New listing, Best Deal on Elite Fisher Island Paradise. $1,750,000

    Welcome to Fisher Island Club
    Florida's Most Exclusive Club & Residences

    2212 Fisher Island Dr 
    Fisher Island, FL 33109
    $1,750,000
    Listed By Patricia Delinois
    Mobile: (786) 252-6288
    CENTURY 21 Premier Elite Realty. 
    MLS #: A10173539
    2 beds + Den | 2.5 baths | 1,912 sq ft 

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  • Miami Beach Fire on the Fourth Festival | Miami News, Food, Culture and Events | Miami New Times

    Miami Beach Fire on the Fourth Festival

    Coca-Cola Presents the Miami Beach Fire on the Fourth Festival! Take in the Funky sounds of THE FAMILY STONE and legendary rockers GRAND FUNK RAILROAD Enjoy Food trucks, a kid’s zone, yoga and watch South Florida’s premier fireworks celebration on Monday, July 4th from 9am – 9pm at the North Shore Park Bandshell, Collins Avenue and 73rd Street Event Schedule: 9 a.m.: 

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  • Florida GDP outpacing U.S. economic output thanks to strong real estate, construction sectors

    Florida's GDP growth of 2.1 percent in the first quarter of 2016 not only outpaced the country as a whole, but all of the other top population states and every state in the Southeast but one.

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  • Miami wants more Public Art and Developers offering to pay for it!

    City planners propose taking over management of public art from Miami-Dade County’s successful Art in Public Places program The plan would also require private developers to set aside project funds for art City commission will consider the proposal, which has received pushback from builders, on Thursday.

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  • The Best 10 Comedy Clubs in Miami | Miami Comedy

    Miami is known for going through a lengthy process of building and sustaining a strong comedy scene. To assist, we believe it is long overdue to update the best venues that consistently produce a place to go for the local comedy fans. Miami is known for its notorious nightlife, offering options like clubbing, restaurants, bars and lounges.

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  • Miami Targeting Chinese Investors Miami | Chinese US Investment

    Despite efforts by Miami brokerages to establish divisions targeting Chinese investors, agents fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese and who understand the culture are still hard to come by, according to real estate professionals specializing in the Asian market.

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  • How to Solve the Biggest Home Inspection Nightmares

    Whether you're planning to put your home on the market next week or not for 20 years, you need to take care of these problems now. Click through to learn how to fix these three biggest home inspection nightmares.

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  • A credit card’s impact on credit scores has changed

    NEW YORK – Oct. 27, 2016 – Applying for a home loan? You may want to consider paying off your credit card bill first.

    Thanks to a recent change by major credit rating agencies, mortgage lenders can now look at whether you pay off your bill every month or keep a balance. That means homebuyers who pay off their credit cards may earn an advantage when looking for a mortgage.

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  • Einstein, compound interest, and look at multifamily complexes in real estate | Miami Herald

    The debate of its veracity aside, Albert Einstein reportedly said, in some variation or another, that “the most powerful force in the universe is compound interest.” It is unimportant whether he actually said it. What is important is that we believe that the most important figure in physics and mathematics who ever lived actually believed it. It is also important because it is an obvious truth, and like gravity, we take it for granted.

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  • Miami, Fort Lauderdale are top two retail markets in U.S. - South Florida Business Journal

    Miami are Fort Lauderdale are the No. 1 and No. 2 retail markets in the U.S. for prospective investors, according to a report by online real estate marketplace Ten-X. The outlook report says employment growth positions the cities as great places to buy up retail assets in the next three years.

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  • Megacenter Brickell mixed use project wins approval Miami Urban Development Review Board

    The city of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on Wednesday approved a 148-foot-tall building near Little Havana just west of I-95 and the Brickell area that will include storage, offices, apartments, and a wrap-around mural.

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  • Brickell City Center showed Miami you can build for people, not cars | The New Tropic

    All week we’re going to be looking at people, companies, and organizations who dominated their sectors in 2016. Tomorrow we’ll be looking at neighborhoods. Other winners: Lyft and Uber (transit), Kairos (tech)

    Brickell City Center might be the last piece of the puzzle to going truly car-less for Brickell residents who also work there.

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  • Steal this hottest waterfront estate available now!

    600 Isle of Palms Dr. 
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 
    $ 12,000,000 
    Listed By: Patricia Delinois 
    Mobile: (786) 252-6288 
    Co-listing Agent: Maribele Faura 
    Mobile: (305) 505-8348 
    CENTURY 21 Premier Elite Realty 
    MLS #: A10017034 
    8 beds | 9 baths | 15,382 sq ft 

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  • Florida Jumps Texas as third most popular state among billionaires- Forbes

    Florida’s wealthiest residents have some new neighbors. An influx of the ultra-rich has boosted Florida to third place for popularity among billionaires in the Forbes 400 list.

    Nine new billionaires from the Forbes 400 are calling Florida home this year, raising the state’s roster of the ultra-wealthy to 40. That’s also seven more billionaires on the list than Texas’s 33, the lowest number the state has seen since 2000, according to Forbes.

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  • Chase, Zagat offer up top-rated restaurants in Coconut Grove - South Florida Business Journal

    Zagat and Chase teamed up to compile lists of top-rated restaurants across the U.S., including the Miami's Coconut Grove.

    The New York-based restaurant ratings website partnered with the bank to release the lists, based on picks from Chase's neighborhood mortgage bankers and customer feedback.

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  • Are you creative, talented and motivated? Join the leading international real estate team now!

    Are you a newly licensed Real Estate agent or an experienced professional?

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  • IMC Equity Group on a real estate shopping spree, passes $1 billion in assets

    North Miami-based IMC Equity Group now owns more than $1 billion in real estate after its $18 million acquisition of West Sunset Square in West Kendall.

    RREF WSS Acquisitions, an affiliate of Lennar Corp. (NYSE: LEN) subsidiary Rialto, sold the retail center at 15785 S.W. 72nd Street with about 65,000 square feet of leasable space to an affiliate of IMC Equity Group. Sabadell United Bankprovided a $12.6 million loan to the buyer.

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  • Ritz-Carlton Is Out to Make Art Studios the Latest Must-Have Amenity in Luxury Living

    Walk into one of Tatiana Blanco’s parties and you’ll find guests gathered around a blank canvas, not a TV or the kitchen table. “I needed an outlet—a place where I could release my emotions more spontaneously. And I saw that my friends did, too,” says the sculptor from her home and studio in Key Biscayne, a small island town across the bridge from Miami. “That’s when we started making group paintings.”

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  • Should You Invest In South Florida Real Estate? - Miami? - Forbes

    With a large number of second homes and condos, South Florida is prone to boom and bust cycles that stem more from investment hopes than housing needs. Add an expanding Latino population and waves of baby-boomers – two million retiring every year – and you get both risks and opportunities.

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  • Population growth helping state economy recover

    WINTER HAVEN — Florida’s unemployment rate and job growth are outpacing their national counterparts, while the U.S. economy continues to recover at a faster clip than the rest of the world.

    Those were among the topics of conversation at the 13th Annual East Polk Economic Summit. The event took place Wednesday morning at Polk State College’s Winter Haven campus and was highlighted by presentations from a pair of speakers.

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  • Calling Ronaldo And Messi: How Regulation-Sized Soccer Fields Became The New Real Estate Luxury

    Miami’s new, uber-luxe residential tower Paramount WorldCenter is banking on a regulation-sized soccer field on its two-acre, 9th-floor sporting deck to be the hottest new real estate amenity catering to downtown Miami’s fast-growing, brutally-discerning, high net-worth international buyer.

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  • Steal this magnificent waterfront estate ( Isle of Palms Dr) in the hottest neighborhood!

    600 Isle of Palms Dr 
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 
    $12,000,000 
    Listed by Patricia Delinois 
    Mobile: (786) 252-6288 
    Co-listing Agent: Maribele Faura 
    Mobile: (305) 505-8348 
    CENTURY 21 Premier Elite Realty 
    MLS #: A10017034 
    8 beds | 9 baths | 15,382 sq ft 
     

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  • EARNINGS: Midsize banks bounce back with stronger loan growth - South Florida Business Journal

    Midsize banks in South Florida – or those with between $500 million and $1 billion in assets – bounced back in the second quarter, rebounding from slow loan growth in the previous quarter and breaking a two-quarter streak of shrinking loan growth. Click FULL ARTICLE below.

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  • ‘Brexit’ offers unique opportunities for Miami real estate | Miami Herald

    “From my personal analysis of the tea leaves, Brexit presents some fascinating opportunities for our city’s real estate sector — as long as global and historical trends stay generally consistent,” says Christopher Zoller, an agent with EWM Realty International and a member of the Master Brokers Forum.

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  • Miami Spec Office development ramping up

    Despite a flattening vacancy rate, a new report shows the number of upcoming speculative office projects in Miami is beginning to ramp up.

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  • Sky-high amenity: observatory planned for Paramount Miami Worldcenter

    Condo dwellers who want to gaze at the stars will have a new amenity at Paramount Miami Worldcenter: a rooftop observatory. The 60-story tower is now planning to convert open space on the top floor of its SkyDeck to a glass-enclosed room with a telescope, Dan Kodsi, Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s developer, told The Real Deal.

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  • Mega Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2016: Part 1 - PAPERMAG

    Only four weeks until the arty party of the year begins! Our annual round-up of what's happening during Art Basel Miami Beach will convince you to head south again this year. We promise. Here's PART 1:

    As we reported last year, the Miami Beach Convention Center is currently undergoing a $600 million renovation and expansion. 

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  • Goldman Properties sells famous Wynwood site to RedSky Capital - South Florida Business Journal

    Pedestrians in lock step, make their way along NW 25th St in Miami's Wynwood Art District.

    The buyer has been especially active in South Florida.

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  • Why Miami's Real Estate Scene Is Still Booming

    The Magic City real estate scene remains as hot as the weather and the people it thrives on, proving this is still the place to be.

    We’ve all seen the headlines: the Zika virus, looming hurricanes, falling real estate sales, declining prices. There’s no question that there’s been a lot of dark news threatening the Greater Miami real estate market lately. But what about the good news?

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  • Miami ranked 4th best graffiti city in America - Curbed

    Miami ranked behind only New York, Los Angeles, and Philly, with Wynwood being highlighted as a "must-see" area.

    They’re not lying.

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  • Wallethub: This South Florida city ranks No. 2 for staycations - South Florida Business Journal

    Three Florida cities topped WalletHub's 2016 Best and Worst Cities for "Staycations," or vacations spent at home or nearby, with Fort Lauderdale coming in at No. 2.

    The personal finance website compared 150 of the biggest U.S. cities using dozens of metrics, such as movie costs, number of restaurants per capita and number of public beaches. 

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  • 5 Home Technologies to Watch for in 2017

    Did you ever want to live inside the home of the future? This could be the year that happens. Click through for a list of some of the coolest and most practical devices designed for your home.

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  • Prepare For The Future Of Shopping - Retail

    The brick-and-mortar/e-commerce paradigm is shifting again. A number of formerly pure-play online retailers have taken physical space; Amazon’s San Diego grand opening was followed by Google’s first real-space store in Curry’s PC World at Tottenham Court Road. As retailers look to the internet to drive in-store sales, and to stores to drive online sales, here are three ways to get brands prepared for the future.

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  • Brickell Avenue in Miami is growing fast, but is it too much? | Miami Herald

    Philippe Houdard could be Brickell’s future: He has gone car-less.

    Houdard, the co-founder of office-space sharing firm Pipeline, sold his Honda Accord when he moved to Brickell from South Beach last year. He walks when he goes to dinner. He takes Uber to meetings.

    “Brickell has the density to do everything I need within several blocks,” Houdard said. “It’s completely changed.”

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  • Coyo’s Executive Chef to Open Traditional Mexican Restaurant on South Beach - Eater Miami

    Pro-taco slinger Scott Linquist, and the man behind Coyo Taco's popular tacos, is adding to his Mexican eatery footprint in Miami when he debuts his newest creation Olla this October, according to the Miami New Times.

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  • How to Pay Off Your Mortgage at Lightning Speed

    Paying off your mortgage early can save you lots of money. Many homeowners can achieve this with careful planning and budgeting. Click through for a few tips and tricks to get you started.

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  • 92140 IBM chooses Miami-Dade to pilot self-driving cars - South Florida Business Journal

    A 3-D-printed, self-driving contraption will soon be among South Florida’s tangled traffic.

    IBM has announced that, later this year, Miami-Dade County will be among three U.S. locations to pilot the rollout of Olli, a self-driving car that can carry up to 12 people. Olli is also set to roam the streets of the District of Columbia, the first pilot city, and Las Vegas.

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  • Miami unveils the Carnival Horizon - South Florida Business Journal

    Carnival Cruise Line said the 113,500-ton ship under construction for delivery in March 2018 will be called Carnival Horizon.

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  • Car condo project in Miami/ Luxury Car Storage houses launch

    Another group of Miami developers is looking to cash in on Miami’s luxury car collectors.

    Louis Birdman and Jay Massirman are leading the development of AutoHouse, a seven-story, 45-unit car storage with a “Collectors Club,” a spokesperson for the developer told The Real Deal.

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  • Emirates Airlines launches Fort Lauderdale to Dubai service | Miami Herald

    Fourteen hours and 20 minutes is a long time to be on a plane. Good thing Emirates Airlines’ planes, now flying from Fort Lauderdale to Dubai, have lie-flat beds, gourmet food and 2,500 channels of entertainment to choose from.

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  • Miami population growth

    FLORIDA POPULATION REPORT

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  • S. Fla. was among the top markets for home flipping in 2016 - South Florida Business Journal

    South Florida's major cities rank high for its percentage of home sales in 2016 that were considered "flipped," according to new research from Trulia.

    Fort Lauderdale is the top South Florida on the city on the list, with 8 percent of its home sales considered "flipped" in 2016, ranking the city No. 7 out of 100.

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  • First look at MDM Development's new design of Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center - South Florida Business Journal

    The developers of the Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center will have their revised plans reviewed by the city.

    On Oct. 19, Miami’s Urban Design Review Board will consider the new plan by P&G Investors, an affiliate of MDM Development, for what would be South Florida’s largest hotel at 700 N. Miami Ave. The former site of the Miami Arena is part of the Miami Worldcenter mixed-use project.

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  • Miami International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Palm Beach International Airport predict busy Thanksgiving week - South Florida Business Journal

    South Florida's three international airports predict substantial increases in the number of passengers flying in and out of their terminals this Thanksgiving week.

    Miami International Airport projects that 937,000 passengers will pass through its terminals between Nov. 23-30, a 6.7 increase compared to the same days in 2014.

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  • Florida Overtakes Texas As Third Most Popular State For The Exclusive Forbes 400 Club

    Last year billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper held the title of New Jersey’s richest. But he has since moved (along with his $19 billion firm) to Florida, a state with no estate or personal income tax. Advantageous for him, perhaps: he logged about $1.2 billion in earnings in 2015. Not so much for the Garden State, as it might suffer a budget shortfall once Tepper stops contributing to its tax roll.

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  • How small businesses get smarter, get discovered, and get more business - The Business Journals

    Have you ever driven by an empty storefront and wondered why a business with great potential suddenly went bust? Or why some small businesses take off while other, equally great shops get stuck in obscurity? Assuming that all things are equal in terms of a great idea, location, products, and services, how does one small business thrive while another barely survives?

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  • Century 21 Premier Elite Realty deal sheet

    South Florida's Fine Homes and Estates Company

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  • Cannes Lions: Virtual reality is the new luxury game-changer - Luxury Daily - Columns

    CANNES, France – For those exploring the infinite Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity last week, it was hard not to miss Samsung’s impressive virtual reality presence.

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  • Earls Of Edgewater - Neighborhood another upcoming Miami neighborhood

    First all the buzz was South Beach, says the Melo family. Then Brickell. Soon, they confidently predict, it will be Edgewater—which happens to be their center of action.

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  • Spanish Billionaire buys Miami's iconic Southeast Financial Center for $500 million

    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.

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  • With shortage of homes, today's buyers turning more to fixer-uppers - Sun Sentinel

    Buying the perfect home that's move-in ready may be more elusive than many people think.

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  • Miami Green Office Tower sells for $39 million

    Miami Green, a 13-story office tower near Coral Gables that hit the market in February at $45 million, has sold for $39.2 million.

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  • Future Listings with ‘easy access to 3,000-mile bike trail’

    MIAMI – July 8, 2016 – The East Coast Greenway Alliance is paving the way for a 3,000-mile bike trail that will stretch from the northern tip of Maine to the southern tip of Florida. Once completed, the bike trail will stretch across the entire East Coast.

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  • New transportation- Miami Beach fast tracks $400 million dollar Miami light rail project

    Miami Beach city officials are fast-tracking plans to build a light rail system in South Beach that would eventually connect the barrier island to mainland Miami. The city commission on Wednesday will reportedly consider a recommendation to begin negotiations with Alstom, the French rail firm and lead bidder for the nearly $400 million project.

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  • Population of downtown Miami grows by a third in six years - Miami Today

    Young professionals are increasingly making their homes in the central business district, says a new report by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority: the population has increased 33% since 2010 “and the majority of the population within downtown Miami are highly educated, young working professionals.” Fully 45% are aged 25-44, and more than 50% hold a college degree, the report says.

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  • Patricia Delinois - CNBC-TV News - The perfect storm for buyers/ homeowners- low treasury yields, Brexit and low interest rates

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  • Local Entertainment And Events Calendar: Including Virtual Events

    You'll always know where the fun's going on with our interactive local events calendar featuring social sharing, images, videos and ticket links. Click through to see what's happening or to add your own local events.

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  • Square Station Miami gets city approval

    Despite negative recommendations from staff and the Miami Planning and Zoning Appeals Board, the city commission unanimously approved a zoning change that paves the way for The Melo Group’s Square Station project to move forward. City commissioners were swayed by the developers’ promise to set aside 96 apartments in two proposed residential towers for workforce housing.

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  • They’re back: Teardowns again becoming popular

    They’re back: Teardowns again becoming popular

    WASHINGTON – Aug. 2, 2016 – More builders and private individuals are turning to teardowns to open up lots. They're eyeing aging homes to demolish and replace with a modern house that they believe will be more appealing to today's homebuyers. In Houston, the teardown trend is especially evident. Permits for teardowns have climbed 22 percent in Houston this year alone.

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  • State of Miami Real Estate Investments : Is the time now?

    The mention of Miami brings to mind images of white sandy beaches, a vibrant nightlife, and unforgettable vacations. Located in Southern Florida, Miami is a modern and bustling city that offers a lot more than fun. It is a financial and commercial powerhouse. The city is ranked number 7 in the United States in business, arts and culture. Visitors expect to have a time of their lives, and they end up getting just that. 

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  • Chetrit's 1 Billion dollar Miami River project to launch this summer

    UPDATED June 21, 2016 5:15 p.m. Chetrit Group’s massive Miami River mixed-use project will launch condo sales later this summer, and is planning to bring on a major hotel flag, The Real Deal has learned.

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  • Miami Is Building a Vertical Amusement Park - CityLab

    If the world opened up to us like the opening credits for Game of Thrones, virtually every city on the map would have a giant Ferris wheel. Like the Titan of Braavos or the Great Pyramid of Meereen, observation wheels now loom over most of the major kingdoms on our map, from London to Melbourne to Singapore. Our title sequence might be more Wheels of Fortune than Game of Thrones.

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  • 10 Steps to making South Florida's economy stronger

    Unveiled at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s annual Goals Conference, the study examined Miami’s economic landscape and identified both its strong points and disadvantages.

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  • Partners boost loan to $220 million in Miami Design District

    It’s all about leverage for partners RedSky Capital and JZ Capital Partners.

    The two investment firms just borrowed an additional $34 million against their assemblage in Miami’s Design District, boosting their total loan principal to a whopping $220 million.

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  • Miami's changing. Where do you fit in? Is Miami your city? Pick a city that optimizes your life

    Richard Florida, who’s made a career of thinking and writing about how to make cities more awesome, spends a lot of time thinking about Miami.

    The globetrotter has chosen Toronto and Miami as his home bases, and in his latest study he drops knowledge about how Miami can be more creative and inclusive (read: not segregated by income or race) and how that boosts our economy. (Which, despite all the glitzy condos, is struggling.)

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  • How to make Miami an elite city? South Florida CEOs share their ideas | Miami Herald

    Dr. Alejandro Badia is an orthopedic surgeon who leads a network of orthopedic urgent care centers called OrthoNOW based in Doral. The company has locations in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.This week’s question: A comprehensive new report names transportation, housing and income inequality as Miami’s biggest problems. What do you think is holding Miami back from joining the ranks of the world’s elite cities? Click FULL ARTICLE tab below to read more!

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  • Greater Miami still affordable according to new index

    One of the central appeals of Miami as a destination city, apart from its culture and beaches, has been its persistent affordability, even through major growth. For the most part, the city still has that, a report from ATTOM, parent company of RealtyTrac, recently confirmed.

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  • Should You Invest In South Florida Real Estate? - Miami? - Forbes

    Quick Hits: If you’re planning to buy a home, do it now, because prices are going up for the next few years. Investments in single-family rental properties have good potential in Broward County. Apartment developments have the best potential in Miami-Dade. Mortgages have higher risk even though prices are rising. Best bets for investments in retail or restaurants are in Palm Beach County, which also needs medical office space.
     

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  • BMW highlights sheer driving pleasure with look to future - Luxury Daily - Automotive

    German automaker BMW is sharing its vision of the brand’s future.

    As part of its celebration of its centennial (see story), BMW is revealing its vision for what its vehicles will be capable of in the future. The Vision Next 100 stays focused on the “sheer driving pleasure” that helps define the brand while seamlessly incorporating technology to enhance the experience.

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  • Six international hotel brands opening first U.S. sites in Miami | Miami Herald

    To the eyes of hoteliers around the world, Miami has grown up to be the attractive, well-positioned global city they hoped it would be.

    With all the factors now aligned, they are packing their bags for South Florida.

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  • Report- Miami poised for biggest growth over the next five years

    Despite signs of a slowdown, a new report shows Miami is one of the country’s biggest boomtowns in terms of household growth. It says roughly 13,000 new homes are set to begin construction in Miami-Dade County this year, along with the creation of 44,000 new jobs. Both those factors, according to the report, means Miami is growing three times faster than the average rate for the country’s top 100 counties.

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  • Wynwood Miami | Coolest Streets in America | Wynwood Stores

    Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who’s the coolest of them all?
    Wynwood is the sixth coolest street in the country, according to a new Cushman & Wakefield report. 

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  • Headlight Data: Florida ranks No. 1 for income - South Florida Business Journal

    Apparently, Florida knows how to attract new talent: The Sunshine State had the highest net gross income as a result of out-of-state migration, according to a recent report by Headlight Data.

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  • Luxury car dealer- in Miami buys property near 4 Billion plus future development - South Florida Business Journal

    Prestige Imports Miami walked away with the keys of a former Walgreens building next to its dealership in North Miami Beach.

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  • Star Island's new mega mansion James Bond style!

    One of the country’s biggest homebuilders is building himself a new compound on Miami Beach’s Star Island resembling something out of a James Bond film, complete with underground parking, a lagoon, guest houses and more.

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  • The 10 Best Bets at Miami Spice 2016 - Eater Miami

    A frugal foodies dream is here. Over the next two months, from August 1 to September 30, restaurants around the Magic City will be offering up special three-course menus at lunch for $23 and dinner for $39 in honor of our restaurant month(s) dubbed Miami Spice. Below we gathered up the 10 best bets for this year’s Miami Spice (listed in alphabetical order). 

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  • Miami Beach gets the acclaim, but there’s so much more to Miami than the beach

    Miami Beach gets the international acclaim and deservingly so, but there’s so much more to Miami than the beach. From the colorful murals in Wynwood to the international banks in Brickell to the stunning Mediterranean homes in Coral Gables, Miami offers a diverse array of neighborhoods. Each of Miami’s 34 municipalities is experiencing growth and major commercial development.

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  • Developers to provide affordable housing & transportation incorporated in new projects

    During an event Thursday morning featuring an all-female lineup of prominent real estate professionals, developers Lissette Calderon and Avra Jain voiced their support for a Miami-Dade County legislative proposal that would require builders to set aside units for blue collar workers currently priced out of the South Florida market.

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  • 5 techniques to help you regain your perspective and passion - South Florida Business

    Thomas Watson Jr., former chairman of IBM, liked to tell anecdotes about his father, Thomas Watson Sr., who founded the company.

    One of them went like this: “Father was fond of saying that everybody from time to time should take a step back and watch himself go by.”

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  • EXCLUSIVE: College seeks to buy city land in downtown Miami

    Miami Dade College is in negotiations to buy a city-owned fire station in downtown Miami, according to sources at both the city and college.

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  • Improving Miami Transit, Smaller Apartments Needed For Downtown Lure - Neighborhood

    A host of Downtown Miami's most prominent real estate pros are calling on the region to improve transit options to fight a traffic “crisis.” 

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  • Do you feel richer? If you live in Miami...Miami-area personal income leaps by 4.2 percent | Miami Herald

    If you live in South Florida, you should be feeling a little richer.

    Personal income in the Miami metro area rose 3.2 percent in 2014, marking the largest increase since 2011, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Job growth spurred the increase — a significant uptick over 2013, when personal income dropped by 0.8 percent.

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  • Crest Hotel Suites Miami Beach sells for $24 million

    Blue Road is buying the Crest Hotel Suites in South Beach for $24 million, as it boosts its collection of boutique properties, The Real Deal has learned.

    The deal is expected to close this week, Blue Road principals Jorge Savloff and Marcelo Tenenbaum told TRD.

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  • Loan growth rebounds among South Florida’s billion-plus banks - South Florida Business Journal

    Loan originations among South Florida’s billion-plus banks bounced back in the second quarter after a slow start to the year.

    The ten South Florida-based banks with more than $1 billion in assets added $2.46 billion in loan growth in the second quarter, more than double the $1.04 billion the same group originated the previous quarter.

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  • GasNinjas app from Miami will blow out Yoshi | TechCrunch

    A startup called Yoshi Inc. is the latest to give drivers a way to fuel up without going to the gas station.

    The company has officially launched its gas delivery service in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is offering other simple services like filling up the air in a car’s tires, replacing windshield wiper blades and washing cars, as well. Click FULL ARTICLE tab to read more!

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  • Zuma Investors ink lease for Le Chick Rotisserie new Wynwood Restaurant

    Two Zuma investors will open a fast casual chicken restaurant in Wynwood, set to open in time for Art Basel. 

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  • Another $500B year ahead for commercial mortgages, more money now available for your commercial investments

    NEW YORK – July 11, 2016 – In its midyear update, the Mortgage Bankers Association is predicting that commercial and multifamily mortgage originations will once again reach the half-trillion mark. However, MBAs latest forecast pulls back somewhat from the projections the association made in February.

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  • Why starting a company in Florida is now like a badge of Honor! - South Florida Business Journal

    Magic Leap took the stage at a Fortune conference in Aspen on Tuesday afternoon, wowing the audience with a four-second-long video in which a life-size whale splashes through the air of a school gymnasium.

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  • NAR study: Real Estate investment opportunities in U.S. say it’s a good time to buy

    WASHINGTON – July 13, 2016 – Despite lackluster economic growth and stark home-price appreciation in several parts of the country in recent months, roughly three-quarters of surveyed households still believe it's a good time to buy a home – but there's a considerable morale gap between homeowners and renters, according to the latest installment of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey. Click FULL ARTICLE tab below to read content.

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  • Project Ideal seeks incentives for logistics facility in Miami-Dade County - South Florida Business Journal

    A public company that specializes in global logistics is seeking incentives from Miami-Dade County to build a $65 million facility in the northwest part of the county. “Project Ideal” is keeping its identity confidential as its application under the Targeted Job Incentive Fund was filed with the Beacon Council. The county commission will vote on the item on July 19. Click FULL ARTICLE below here.

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  • 2 Miami-area Neighborhoods Among Best Opportunity Markets in U.S. Miami Future Opportunities

    Both Homestead and Miami’s 33150 ZIP code offer some of the best housing opportunities in the country, according to a new analysis from RealtyTrac. In its report, RealtyTrac analyzed 3,561 ZIP codes nationwide, focusing on areas with: at least 2,500 residents; an increase in construction loans from last year; an average home flipping return of at least 60 percent; and where Millennials comprised at least 25 percent of the total population.

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  • Ten Most Expensive Homes for sale now in the US

    It’s no secret that real estate isn’t cheap anywhere these days, but these palatial homes give expensive a whole new definition. With listing prices well over what most people make in a lifetime, the most expensive homes currently on the U.S. market feature perks like full spas, enormous movie theaters, custom marble staircases, design details fit for royalty, and enough bedrooms and bathrooms to get lost in.

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  • U.S. Mortgage Rates hit record low

    From the New York website: The average interest rate on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages in the U.S. hit 3.36 percent Friday, matching the lowest level ever recorded.

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  • Uber co-founder makes real estate play with Haus

    SAN FRANCISCO — Uber co-founder Garrett Camp has launched a new real estate venture called Haus for startup studio Expa, which allows buyers to digitize the making and accepting of official offers on a property.

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  • South Florida homebuyers frustrated by shortage of listings

    MIAMI – Aug. 1, 2016 – A scarcity of homes for sale is rattling buyers, emboldening sellers and pushing prices higher in South Florida.

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  • MERGER: Coral Gables 100-person accounting firm GSK joins national entity BDO - South Florida Business Journal

    Coral Gables-based Goldstein Schechter Koch is being absorbed by national accounting and consulting firm BDO USA.

    The two firms announced the deal Thursday. The terms were not disclosed, but the transaction is expected to close in the third quarter.

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  • Brazilian Buyers South Florida Back buying Miami properties | Foreign Buyers

    Brazilians are back in South Florida real estate, this time as investors.

    Amid political and economic instability, buyers from Brazil are picking up investment properties instead of second homes, Bloomberg reported.

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  • Is Miami/ South Florida the Newest Hot Spot for Manufacturing?

    South Florida's industrial developers are building bigger and better facilities to accommodate a thriving logistics market, a new wave of e-commerce giants looking for large chunks of warehouse space and an uptick of goods flowing through the now-expanded Panama Canal.

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  • Ogle the Priciest Homes in the Country

    Do you ever dream of living in a mega mansion with a swimming pool-sized bathtub and a guest house that can fit a football team? Of course you do. Whether you want to walk the halls where celebs once clicked their heels, or prep a meal in a gourmet kitchen ripe for a Cooking Channel reality show, we've all day dreamed about what we would do with an epic living situation.

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  • Chinese Investors Tour North Miami

    A group of Chinese businessmen and women got a bus tour of the sites that North Miami officials hope will lure them in: breakfast at the Gwen Margolis Center, lunch at the highly touted SoleMia development, with stops at City Hall and a reception at a local restaurant.

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  • Moishe Mana secures approval for 9.7M-square-foot project in Wynwood in Miami - South Florida Business Journal

    Moishe Mana’s vision for a massive cultural, arts, workplace and housing center in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood can now take shape after the Miami City Commission approved the project Sept. 8.

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  • Our association has partnered with Juwai number 1 search portal| Chinese Buyers Miami | International Buyers Miami

    UPDATED Sept. 2, 3:45 p.m. The Miami Association of Realtors is bullish about bringing Chinese buyers to South Florida, and now has a new partnership that it says will put Miami properties on the screens of thousands of prospective buyers. 

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  • Miami is the third most fun city in America! - Curbed Miami

    While Miami may not fare well nationally in important facets of life like safety and affordability, the city clearly knows how to have a good time.

    Fresh of being ranked the eighth best party city in the world a week ago, Miami just took the No. 3 spot nationally in 2016’s Most Fun Cities in America, according to a study by WalletHub.

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  • Interest in Brazil's Real Estate Market Surges Despite Economy | Investopedia

    Brazil is discovering the benefits of cheap real estate prices as international investors flock to its market for bargains. According to reports, they have made a beeline for Brazil’s capital-starved markets to strike deals with construction firms developing new real estate in Latin America’s largest economy. 

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  • Best deal new listing on Fisher Island

    Sought after special ground floor residence. Beautiful back patio opens to spectacular Vanderbilt Mansion pool and overlooking Yachts & Marina. Simply step out your back door and walk to the beach. Have this two bedroom plus den be your new paradise! Owner Financing or Creative financing available. 

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  • Why are Fashion's biggest brands Getting into Residential Design in Miami

    Some of fashion’s most iconic brands are collaborating on sky-high Miami buildings with runway-worthy aesthetics. Click through to read details.

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  • Best August in History for Miami Single-Family Homes

    MIAMI — The Miami single-family home market enjoyed its best August in history, breaking a 22-year record for the most ever August single-family home sales as dollar transaction volume and median prices posted double-digit gains, according to a new report by the MIAMI Association of REALTORS® (MIAMI) and the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system.

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  • Freddie Mac planning appraisal free mortgages

    Giant mortgage investor Freddie Mac plans to dispense with traditional appraisals on some loan applications for home purchases, replacing them with an alternative valuation system that would be free of charge to both lenders and borrowers. Click through to read more.

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  • Redevelopment planned in Miami's Little River - South Florida Business Journal

    A group that paid $10 million for property in Miami’s Little River neighborhood plans to redevelop it.

    AHOS 2 LLC, owned by Avra Jain and Joe Del Vecchio, sold the 178,810-square-foot office building at 7942 N.E. 2nd Ave. to MD 79th Holding LLC, managed by Robert Daniels in Miami Beach. Metro 1 Commercial’s Tony Arellano represented the sellers while Devlin Marinoff of Whitehall Realty represented the buyer.

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  • Now available for sale the Iconic Trophy Downtown building $500,000,000

    Downtown Miami’s tallest office tower, reportedly valued at nearly $500 million, is on the market.

    J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets is listing the Southeast Financial Center, a 55-story, 1.3 million-square-foot tower at 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, according to published reports.

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  • Bayside Marketplace Downtown Miami new look

    The operators of downtown Miami’s Bayside Marketplace have unveiled a freshened-up look as part of a long-awaited renovation of the nearly 30-year-old festival-style mall and tourist attraction, which for years had been looking tired and even shabby in spots. Click through to read content.

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  • North Beach Miami Beach | Short Term Rentals Miami Beach

    The city of Miami Beach which is generally hostile to the idea of short-term rentals took steps on Tuesday to create a short-term rental district in the city’s aging North Beach neighborhood, home to scores of older MiMo buildings that many say are not economically viable.

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  • Housing Recovery Continues despite Affordability Obstacles | RISMedia

    The national housing market has now regained enough momentum to provide an engine of growth for the U.S. economy, according to the latest The State of the Nation’s Housing report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies. Robust rental demand continues to drive the housing expansion, and sales, prices, and new construction of single-family homes are on the rise.

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  • Miami commuters are lucky – here's why while we still will make it better soon!

    Every day, millions of Americans in hundreds of cities across the country wake up and have to catch public transit – whether it be a bus or train. The experience is more pleasant for some than others. And in a new report from Trulia, the listing portal attempted to answer the question for homeowners: which cities are the best for public transit commuters? Click FULL ARTICLE tab below to find out more!

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  • Brexit Impact on US | Yet Miami may benefit

    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. 

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  • Miami is a city on the rise, says new 2016 latest report and why

    Miami and Miami Beach, once a refuge for retirees and those looking for fun and sun is on the rise as a great economic powerhouse, according to a new report from Florida International University and the Creative Class Group, “Miami’s Great Inflection: Toward Shared Prosperity as a Creative and Inclusive Global City.”

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  • For Sale Brand New Boutique Luxury Hotel Opportunity in St Barth

    Brand New Boutique Luxury Hotel opportunity in the legendary dream island of St Barth

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  • Patricia Delinois featured in the Chronicles of Nardea of 2016

    Chronicles of Nardea, written and published by Sara Nardea, is a collection of the Top 20 Most Fascinating Artists of 2016. These talented artists span the globes art scene from New York to Miami and range from painters, fashion stylists, interior designers, musicians, and more.

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  • Moxy South Beach | 947 Washington Avenue gets nod from preservation board

    The second new large-scale development on Washington Avenue this year got a strong endorsement from the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board.

    The board’s approval last week will allow the demolition, renovation and restoration of three aging storefronts located at 915, 947 and 955 Washington Avenue to make way for a new Moxy South Beach.

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  • Miami Beach moves to create North Beach Historic Districts

    The Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board on Tuesday recommended creating two local historic districts in the city’s North Beach neighborhood. Now it’s up to the Miami Beach City Commission, which will likely begin discussions on the creating the districts at its monthly meeting next week.  

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  • Miami Worldcenter secures first construction loan for Seventh Street Apartments - South Florida Business Journal

    This was one of the largest apartment construction loans in Miami this year.

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  • Game Of Thrones Essential Guide To The Real Seven Kingdoms In Northern Ireland

    The usually blustery and rough weather along the scenic Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland, home to several key Game of Thrones filming locations, is getting warmer – the perfect time to fill the void between the blockbuster’s seasons by visiting the most iconic sites of the real world Westeros in what would surely be an unforgettable fantasy pilgrimage.

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  • David Beckham in talks with All Aboard Florida executives for soccer stadium deal | Miami Herald

    A top executive behind All Aboard Florida has begun talks about helping to bankroll the 25,000-seat soccer stadium that David Beckham wants to build about six blocks from the company’s new rail depot and commercial complex, sources familiar with the talks said.

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  • Miami Investment group buying strip centers and retail shops

    IMC Equity Group, a North Miami-based investment firm, paid $18 million to acquire a West Kendall shopping center.

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  • Mercedes Demonstrates Technological Prowess with Un-piloted 12-mile Bus Drive - Luxury Daily

    As cities bear the brunt of worldwide population growth and the effects of global warming are gradually felt, public transport is a necessity. Focusing on the public transit market as the market poses for growth will keep revenue high while also allowing the brand to show off technology and position itself as a leader.

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  • Report: Miami new construction activity skyrocketing

    The Miami new construction market is putting up some of the most impressive numbers in the nation this year, according to research from Dodge Data & Analytics.

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  • Spruce Up With These Trends in Wood Flooring

    If you ripped up your old outdated carpet, what kind of treasures might you find underneath? Click Full Article below for trends in flooring that could give your house a fresh new look. 

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  • Coconut Grove’s luxury real estate market on the rise | Miami Herald

    As Miami’s primordial neighborhood, Coconut Grove evokes passion and pride among its residents past and current. Long considered Miami’s dormant market, the Grove has most recently come alive with vast opportunity driven by the demand of both residential and rental sales that includes new plans, preconstruction deals and surging prices.

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  • Interest in Miami Real Estate intensifies - Headlines, features, photo and videos from ecns.cn|china|news|chinanews|ecns|cns

    Chinese buyers have doubled their residential property purchases in South Florida over the last four years, growing from 1 percent of all international sales in 2011 to 2 percent in 2015, according to the 2015 Miami Profile of International Home Buyers released by the Miami Association of Realtors.

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  • Miami-Dade propert- tax revenue at record high, but rates lowest in 3 years | Miami Herald

    Carlos Alvarez, then-mayor of Miami-Dade County in this 2011 file photo, raised property taxes during his last year in office. Declining real estate values meant the county collected less property-tax revenue that year. His successor, Carlos Gimenez, is proposing a slight dip in property-tax rates this year, but property-tax revenues should hit a new record thanks to a boom in values. Emily Michot - Miami Herald Staff

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  • Dow 20,000: The 'Trump Bump' And How It All Affects Real Estate - Capital Markets

    1. Strong Real Estate Drivers

    Investor confidence in President Donald Trump’s anticipated policies — particularly his promises to cut corporate taxes, ease financial regulations and boost infrastructure spending — is driving the post-election rally to the 20,000 milestone. 

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  • Amazon in Miami $198 million fulfillment center over $51 million in Real Estate

    Amazon in Miami $198 million fulfillment center over $51 million in Real Estate

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  • New Mixed Hotel/ Retail project approved 1212 Lincoln Road

    The Miami Beach Design Review Board on Tuesday approved nine variances and granted approval for a new five-story mixed-use project that will bring a hotel, luxury retail, and a large indoor food court with a second floor balcony stretching along most of the 1600 block of Alton Road.  

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  • Miami-Dade County approves Related Group for $307M Liberty Square City redevelopment project - South Florida Business Journal

    The Miami-Dade County Commission unanimously approved the selection of a unit of Miami-based the Related Group for the $307 million redevelopment of the Liberty Square housing project in Miami’s Liberty City.

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  • The Oasis at Sawgrass Mills revamp to debut by year end - South Florida Business Journal

    The Sunrise mall announced Tuesday it will complete the major upgrades by year-end. Renovations include changing up 130,000 square feet of common spaces into a new streetscape design with more gathering spaces and seating options, a decorative water feature with choreographed sequences, multiple canopy structures for shade, convenience charging stations, a new valet drop-off area and an updated directory and way-finding system.

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  • Fasano the elite luxury spot here very soon! In the best location, call me now to reserve your spot!

     

    Fasano Hotel + Residences at Shore Club - Brokers

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  • Fortune 500 companies make short strides toward broader diversity: study - Bizwomen

    HP Inc. and Wells Fargo have the broadest diversity on their boards, according to a new study, even as other Fortune 500 companies have only made small strides toward inclusion.

    HP Inc.’s (NYSE: HPQ) board has the broadest range in diversity, according to the Alliance for Board Diversity and professional services firm Deloitte(PDF). 

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  • Real estate better than stocks, gold

    NORWALK, Conn. – Sept. 6, 2016 – Despite recent gains in the stock market, Americans have more confidence investing in real estate. About a quarter of Americans surveyed said real estate was their top choice for long-term investing, according to a new national survey released by Bankrate.

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  • A Sneak Peek At Miami’s Brickell City Centre « CBS Miami

    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Welcome to Miami’s newest retail destination – the Brickell City Centre.

    It’s 4.9 million square  feet -spanning three city blocks. Swire properties purchased the land eight years ago and it’s been under construction for about four years.

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  • Century 21 Premier Elite Realty featured properties

    Your Leading International Real Estate Company

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  • Fla.’s housing market ends 2016 with higher prices

    ORLANDO, Fla. – Feb. 9, 2017 – Florida's housing market wrapped up 2016 with more new listings, higher median prices and fewer sales of distressed properties compared to the year before, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors®.

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  • 10 Gadgets to Keep an Eye on Your Home While You're Away

    Set out on your next adventure with peace of mind with these 10 intelligent friends watching your home. Click Full Article below to learn how cutting-edge technology can make you safer.

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  • Art Miami Announces this Year's Selection of Art Basel week International Exhibitors

    Art Miami, returning for its 27th installment during Art Week in Miami, opening November 29 and continuing through December 4, has announced its 2016 exhibitor list. One of the nation's leading international contemporary and modern art fairs will showcase an array of iconic and exemplary works, dynamic projects and special installations from more than 130 international exhibitors.  

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  • Coral Gables Game changer Gables Station

    The Coral Gables City Commission approved plans on Tuesday for a mixed-use project that aims to transform a corner of South Dixie Highway.

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  • 7 Quick Ways to Live Greener at Home

    Going green at home doesn't necessarily require a lifestyle overhaul. You can save money while saving the environment. Click through for seven great ways to activate your green home.

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  • All New Deep Data For Your Neighborhood

    Get the real story on your neighborhood--or any neighborhood--and see data about everything from schools to household income. Click through to start your exploration.

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  • All new mega redevelopment plan for Shops at Sunset Place in South Miami - South Florida Business Journal

    The new owners of the Shops at Sunset Place mall in South Miami have revealed their redevelopment plan, which includes apartments and a hotel. Click through to read content.

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  • Celebrity Homes We Love

    Who doesn't love to do a little home-stalking every now and then -- particularly of celebrity homes and all their lavish appointments? Click through to read about some favorites.
     

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  • Three upcoming big projects- Miami considers plans for 888 Brickell office tower, Quadro apartments by Alta Developers, and Ellipsis condo - South Florida Business Journal

    Developers are seeking approvals for three major projects in Miami: a Brickell office tower, an apartment building on the Upper Eastside and a boutique condominium in Edgewater.

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  • Real estate to get its own stock category

    NEW YORK – Sept. 2, 2016 – Real estate companies have been included in a category with banks and insurance firms since 1999 in stock markets across the globe. But that soon will change. Real estate is getting its own dedicated category. Click FULL ARTICLE below to read more.

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  • Retail Driven to Developments Aim to Revitalize South Miami

    Last fall, Federal Realty Investment Trust and its two local partners, Grass River Property and the Comras Company, announced they bought the majority interest in the Shops at Sunset Place for $110 million. The goal is to revamp the aging outdoor mall, which serves as an anchor for downtown South Miami. New tenants so far include outdoor furniture store Frontgate.

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  • New Yorkers flock to Miami more than any other city during the holiday season - Curbed Miami

    Considering only the deranged can possibly enjoy frigid winter temperatures it’s not surprising to see Miami rank as New Yorker’s No. 1 travel destination during the holiday season.

    According to Balsam Hill’s interactive map, which reveals the most searched holiday flight destinations in the country, Miami dominates New Yorker’s travel plans.

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  • Pent Up Demand for South Florida Homes Raising Prices

    Florida's housing market reported higher median prices and fewer days to contract in June as the market sees pent-up demand and paucity of inventory. Closed sales of single-family homes statewide totaled 27,086 last month – slightly higher (0.4%) than the June 2015 level of 26,973 closed sales. More from Builder and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

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  • Why Are The World's Top Real Estate Investors Risking Billions On Miami's Riverfront Renaissance?

    Inevitably it seems that rivers are one of two things to a city: either a vital, vibrant artery stitching it historically together (think the Seine through Paris, the Sumida through Tokyo, or the Chicago River through the downtown Windy City), or an industrial, black water pipeline which, decade after decade, sacrifices a thriving, walkable waterfront for a persistent no man’s land of warehouses, ports, power plants, etc.

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  • Guess which South Florida county scored the most investment in 2016? - South Florida Business

    Despite the hundreds of millions plunked into Dania Beach mixed-reality startup Magic Leap, Miami-Dade is the South Florida county that has nabbed the most investment capital in 2016.

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  • Win a free IPad! Register now!

    Century 21 Premier Elite Realty summer contest!

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  • Food Hall & Entertainment Complex Proposed Next To Lincoln Road

    A food and entertainment complex is planned just off Lincoln Road.

    Time Out Market is planning to take over the ground floor retail space of a parking garage at 1601 Drexel Avenue. The parking garage was completed in 2012, designed by architect Enrique Norten and owned by owned by Ambassador Paul Cejas.

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  • Hyperloop One coming to Miami?

    The Hyperloop One could eventually come to Miami, creating a 26-minute route to Orlando, which would be a fraction of the four hours it would take to drive and less than half the hour it’d take to fly. 
    Of the 2,600 submissions in a global challenge from earlier in the year, among the 11 U.S. finalists is the Miami-to-Orlando route. Click PHOTO to read more.

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  • Downtown Miami Landmark La Epoca Building Up for Sale & area future plans

    Real estate companies are launching new models to better cater to buyers cashing in on Miami's changing landscape.

    Colliers International South Florida recently founded its urban core division, a neighborhood-driven initiative that will embed an agent in each urban submarket. The goal is for the agents to get "as local as local can get," said executive managing director Ken Krasnow.

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  • See How Miami has Grown since 1984 in This Time-Lapse Video | Daily Business Review

    In this time-lapse video from Google Earth starting in 1984, see how Miami has grown by about a million people from 1.7 million in 1984 to more than 2.6 million today.

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  • Bahia Mar Resort & Marina owner may still upgrade home of Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show if plans become profitable - South Florida Business Journal

    The owner of the Bahia Mar Resort & Marina may still redevelop the important site, the Business Journal has learned – but not until plans make economic sense.

    Tate Capital CEO James Tate said his company pulled out of the project Friday, bringing the improvement process to a halt, because parties involved "lost track of the vision." 

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  • Worldcenter Closes Road Where They Plan To Build 7th Street Promenade

    Miami Worldcenter has closed off 7th Street, where they plan to build a promenade lined with retail and restaurants.

    Construction is underway on the first of two towers called the 7th Street Apartments that will be located next to the promenade.  A total of 872 apartments are planned between the two 7th street towers, known as Block G.

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  • Real Estate deals of the Week

    2972 Brideport Ave. Unit #1
    Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    $799,000
    Listed By Patricia Delinois
    Mobile: (786) 252-6288
    CENTURY 21 Premier Elite Realty. 
    MLS #: A10065777
    3 beds | 2 baths 

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  • Fla. real estate market rapidly returning to ‘normal’

    WASHINGTON – Oct. 26, 2016 – According to Freddie Mac, the nation's housing market is almost back to normal or, in Freddie's terms, "on the outer edge of its historic benchmark range of housing activity."

    The study also found that Florida and many of its metro areas are improving quickly. 

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  • $13 million dollar sale Wynwood Property

    UPDATED Nov. 2, 11 a.m. David Edelstein just partnered to buy a retail site in Wynwood for $13.125 million, as developers and investors continue to target the artsy Miami neighborhood.

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  • China City's Brickell Project Will Include 3.2 Million Square Feet

    China City Construction Group Holdings Limited provided on update on their massive Brickell project yesterday:

    It is currently under design and planning.
    The gross floor area is approximately 3,200,000 sq. ft.
    It will take about six years to complete the whole project, including its construction works.

    The Hong Kong-listed China City was formerly known as Chun Wo. 

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  • Another Starchitect architectural parking garage seems on way to Miami Beach approval

    Yes, it's yet another starchitectural-quality garage for Miami Beach — this one a sedately curvilinear structure topped by four ultra-luxe condos in the very hot, parking-needy South of Fifth neighborhood. Click FULL ARTICLE tab below to read details.

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  • Elon Musk claims SolarCity deal will make Tesla a trillion dollar company

    SILICON VALLEY—Defending himself against criticism of his offer to buy slumping SolarCity, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is doubling down, saying the solar panel company is a key piece to Tesla becoming a $1 trillion company.

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  • Over-the-top amenities are a given in today’s luxury condo buildings - The Washington Post

    Jet-set travelers who own homes in multiple places around the globe have high expectations.

    So high, in fact, that one Miami condominium building is offering buyers a one-year membership to Jetsmarter, a service that provides rides on private planes between major cities.

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  • Housing opportunity through Modernization Act signed. Makes room now for easier Florida condo sales

    WASHINGTON – Aug. 2, 2016 – President Obama has signed H.R. 3700 – the "Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act" – into law.

    The move paves the way for more condo sales, especially in Florida. First-time buyers will soon find it easier to qualify for a mortgage in more condo developments, and, as a result, more current condo owners will find it easier to move up to a single-family home.

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  • Baywalk Could Be Extended Behind American Airlines Arena

    A baywalk could soon be coming to the land behind American Airlines Arena known as Parcel B, which the Heat and county have been criticized for keeping closed off to the public.

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  • With 2017 Approaching, South Florida's Real Estate Market Is Still Kicking | Daily Business Review

    Keeping up with South Florida tradition, a number of big-dollar real estate deals have marked the last few weeks of the year.

    Starting with a major step forward for the $2 billion Miami Worldcenter project, developers CIM Group and Falcone Group scored a hefty construction loan for the project's 444-unit apartment complex.

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  • Miami Beach Continental will now be a new hotel

    Nine months after a joint venture bought out the aging Continental on Collins condo-hotel in Miami Beach, the team’s plans for the property have come to light.Pebb Capital and Duncan Hillsley Capital, two investment firms based in Boca Raton, are converting the condo into a Hampton Inn hotel, complete with a full renovation and new retail space on the ground floor.

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  • University of Miami to take over Walgreens clinics in South Florida - South Florida Business Journal

    The University of Miami Health System will expand its reach throughout South Florida after signing a deal with Walgreens. As part of the deal, Walgreens will open pharmacies at UM’s Lennar Foundation Medical Center in Coral Gables, the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and the University of Miami Hospital. That will give Walgreens exclusive access to providing pharmacy services for thousands of patients in those facilities. Click FULL ARTICLE below for more information.

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  • University of Miami Real Estate Impact Conference 2017, redevelopment of CocoWalk - South Florida Business Journal

    The University of Miami brought together some of the nation’s biggest real estate players to discuss how they’re dealing with rapidly changing trends, and a major revamp for CocoWalk was among the biggest news.

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  • Epic video by Stan Douglas at Perez Art Museum Miami through Sept. 25 | Miami Herald

    Stan Douglas, “Luanda-Kinshasa,” 2013. Video projection color and sound; edition 2 of 4. Owned jointly by the Perez Art Museum Miami and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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  • Florida's population exploding; expected to reach 20.7 million by end of 2016 - Florida Trend

    ORLANDO, FL – Cushman & Wakefield announced today that it has released their inaugural Florida Population Report, an examination of population trends and its economic impact throughout the state of Florida.

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  • sbe Miami is ready to “Spice” things up! | sbe.com

    We know you’ve been waiting all year for this mouth-watering promotion. During August 1 – September 30, we’re offering three-course meals featuring signature dishes created by our world-renowned chefs at reduced prices: Lunch $23 and Dinner $39.

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  • Royal Caribbean sails to $1.28B profit in 2016 - Sun Sentinel

    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. posted record earnings in 2016, buoyed in part by higher ticket prices, increased onboard spending and cost savings, the cruise company said Thursday.

    The Miami-based cruise operator generated net income or profit of $1.28 billion or $5.93 a share, versus $665.8 million, or $3.02 a share in 2015.

    Revenue climbed to $8.5 billion in 2016, up 2.4 percent from the previous year.

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  • New parking and towing structure planned for Sunset Harbour in Miami Beach

    The Miami Beach Design Review Board on Tuesday granted a three-foot height variance for the construction of a new four-story mixed-use building that will contain retail and office space at 1747 Bay Road, longtime home of Tremont Towing, one of two towing companies licensed to operate in Miami Beach. 

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  • South Florida Construction | Miami Construction

    The first half of 2016 has been a mixed bag for South Florida’s construction industry, with spending on contracts ebbing and flowing depending on the month.

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  • Favorite Home Improvements -- With the Lowest ROI

    Now more than ever people want to increase the value of their homes. But what you like is often what turns off potential buyers. Click through for a list of improvements that fail to give a lot of bang for the buck.

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  • Technology Takes Real Estate To New Places - Technology

    New technology is transforming every aspect of commercial real estate: financing, pricing, design, construction and marketing. Industry leaders and innovators agree these changes could substantially decrease costs and boost profits.
     

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  • Existing-Home Sales Jumped In June Thanks To First-Time Buyers

    Key Takeaways

    The share of first-time buyers purchasing homes in June 2016 was the highest recorded since July 2012: 33 percent.

    Total existing-home sales were up 1.1 percent in June, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 5.57 million.

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  • Everything You Need To Know About The New Real Estate Sector Coming To The Global Market In September - Capital Markets

    The Real Estate Sector will be the first newly added sector to the GICS since it was introduced to the S&P Dow Jones in 1999.

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  • With shortage of homes, today's buyers turning more to fixer-uppers

    Strong sales over the past four years have depleted the supply of homes in the tricounty region, and that scarcity is the main reason prices continue to rise, analysts say.

    Broward County had 5,396 active listings at the end of July, a decrease of 12 percent compared with a year ago, according to figures from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors.

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  • New Hotel to open Atton Miami | Brickell Hotels

    Atton Hotels will open its first U.S. hotel on Friday in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood.

    Atton Brickell Miami, a $65 million hotel at 1500 Southwest First Avenue, features 275 guest rooms and suites with views of Brickell’s skyline and the nearly 8-acre Simpson Park.

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  • The numbers are in Miami property values hit record 251 Billion in July

    Last month, Miami-Dade County’s property appraiser released an estimate that said 2016 was already a record year for property values in the county.
     

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  • Miami company to be snapped up by Japanese firm for $225 million South Florida Business Journal

    Japan-based pharmaceutical company Santen announced plans to acquire Innfocus, an ophthalmology company developed within University of Miami’s Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.

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  • Miami Beach approves negotiations for $400 million dollar light rail project Miami train

    Miami Beach city commissioners on Wednesday directed City Manager Jimmy Morales to begin talks with the French rail firm, Alstom, on an interim agreement that could eventually lead to a light rail system being built in South Beach that could lead to a Baylink system crossing the MacArthur Causeway and connect with a similar system on the mainland.

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  • Miami's hottest real estate company on the move!

    Patricia Delinois and her best-selling team explore Miami . Miami is quickly growing into a global city. Let Delinois and her team guide you in all your real estate investments. Century 21 Premier Elite Realty Miami's leading international real estate firm PremierMiami.com

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  • Many Investors Prefer Real Estate, Cash Dealings Instead of Stock Market - Economy

    Some investors are growing less confident in the stock market and have turned to real estate for returns—and others have become so risk-averse that they prefer operating in only cash dealings.  

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  • Millennials now largest generation in housing market

    CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Aug. 2, 2016 – New research from TD Bank reveals that millennials are more conservative with their money than their youth would suggest. In fact, nearly two-thirds are saving cash in order to buy their first home.

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  • Emerging tech trends to ‘wow’ buyers

    NEW YORK – Aug. 8, 2016 – Several of the biggest technology trends this year could be adopted for a real estate business to amp up online marketing and outreach. In a competitive marketplace, early tech-adopter agents often gain an edge by offering tools that are not yet commonplace and "wow" potential clients.

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  • Brightline |All Aboard Florida Miami may extend to Jacksonville

    The company that is preparing to launch passenger rail service next year between Miami and Orlando via Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach eventually may extend the service to Jacksonville.

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  • June Residential Sales Jumped 25%, Says HUD, Census Bureau

    This is the biggest increase since February 2008, said Trulia's economist.

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  • More about Patricia Delinois

    CEO, Century 21 Premier Elite Realty

    CNBC Real Estate expert

     

    Real Estate Mogul, Speaker, Writer, TV Personality, Social Media Influencer, Art Enthusiast and Entrepreneur 

    Miami New Construction Show Moderator and Speaker, Investor

    Residential and Commercial Real Estate

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  • All Aboard Florida | Brightline Constructed on its way

    With a $14.6 million construction loan now under wraps, All Aboard Florida is about to break ground on the parking component of its Fort Lauderdale Brightline station.

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  • India's real estate bubble could be Miami's gain

    This year has seen the Miami Association of Realtors make some big moves to strengthen its international network, which included association representatives traveling to India in August to try and sell the South Florida market.

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  • Miami sees continued population growth downtown, countering trend - Miami Today

    As cities across the US continue to see population growth slow as residents uproot for the suburbs or other cities altogether, Miami continues to see growth in its urban core, countering the national trend.

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  • Miami home prices up $50,000 since last year in September

    Miami home sales fell yet again in September, but the market’s mid-section continued to prove popular among buyers, according to a joint report from the Miami Association of Realtors and the local MLS.

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  • Saks Fifth Avenue President Marc Metrick calls Miami the New York of the South

    Most of the stores in Brickell City Centre’s 500,000-square-foot mall weren’t quite ready to ring up sales when the project opened its doors on Thursday, but anchor Saks Fifth Avenue had its 140 employees prepared to greet customers on day one.

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  • Meet the Mastermind Behind This Summer’s Pokémon Craze

    When Google’s 2014 April Fool’s Google Maps-meets-Pokémon mashupteased an official Pokémon Master position at the search giant, it was obvious the company was fooling around. Click FULL ARTICLE to read the content.

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  • U.S. consumer confidence hits one-year high

    NEW YORK – Aug. 30, 2016 – The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index, which had decreased slightly in July, increased in August.

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  • Chinese market growing quickly in South Florida

    Wealthy Chinese buyers have been buying so many homes in the United States that they are the top foreign country purchasing property in the U.S – for the fourth year in a row. Those home sales totaled more than $27 billion.

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  • Miami a top homebuilding market to watch in 2017

    When it comes to homebuilding, Miami is a top 75 market to watch in 2017, according to a joint report from PwC and the Urban Land Institute.

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  • 25 Old-School Miami Restaurants, Bars and Markets Still Worth Visiting

    Miami might be a young city in the grand scheme of things — it was only incorporated in 1896 — but we still have plenty of spots that have some history behind them that also serve solid food and drink. We’ve rounded up the top 25 places in the Magic City worthy of checking out where you can can get a heaping side of nostalgia along with a delicious meal and beverage.

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  • Miami home price appreciation approaches 5 consecutive years

    For 56 consecutive months, single-family home prices have appreciated in Miami, a report from the Miami Association of Realtors and the local MLS confirmed. In July, the median sales price reached $299,000.

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  • Real estate riding the post-Brexit wave - NN Investment Partners

    Equity markets have shown a surprising post-Brexit bounce. Even more noteworthy has been the stronger performance in global real estate.

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  • 2016/2017 Miami Events - Social Season Preview - SocialMiami

    SocialMiami's Social Season Preview will give you a quick overview of what to expect during the 2016-2017 season. Non-profits can also use the Preview as a tool to help plan their important events during the year. 

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  • Miami medical excellence draws new residents, tourists and dollars

    Miami is an outstanding place to live, work and play. Sunshine, beaches, nightlife, culture, dining, business opportunities (not to mention some amazing houses and condominiums!) These are some of the many reasons why most people consider visiting or moving here. As a 39-year veteran of Miami real estate, I am certainly grateful for these facets of our city and their ability to draw tourists and new residents.

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  • Free First Thursdays | Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) | Arts | Miami News, Food, Culture and Events | fun museum night

    If you haven’t made your way to the new Museum Park in downtown Miami, Thursday might be a good time to do it. The Perez Art Museum Miami (1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami) is celebrating the launch of a new exhibition with a free kick-off event starting at 6 p.m. The evening is the next installment of the Free First Thursdays at PAMM, which allows the public free admission and includes a later closing time, 9 p.m.

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  • Miami new construction is holding pace in 2016 Miami home prices continue to climb

    The Miami new construction market continued its solid 2016 performance in July, according to new numbers from Dodge Data & Analytics.

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  • Billionaire Vladislav Doronin's OKO Group hires Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture to design Worlds tallest tower - South Florida Business Journal

    OKO Group, led by billionaire Russian-born developer Vladislav Doronin hired Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture to design its condo tower planned in Miami’s booming Brickell neighborhood.

    The developer hasn’t revealed the details of the proposed tower other than to say it would be 47-story tall, so it’s up to AS+GG to create the building. This will be the firm’s first project in Miami.

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  • Under a new city of Miami rule, developer looking to encourage small-scale building and walkable neighborhoods will build Little Havana townhouses | Miami Herald

    First he persuaded Miami commissioners to approve his radical-sounding idea — a rule allowing small buildings in some city neighborhoods to be built with no parking. Then developer Andrew Frey put his money where his mouth is.

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  • NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR: Wynwood ready for development boom as it grows up - South Florida Business Journal

    Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood's current incarnation as an arts district and retail and nightlife cultural hub took off in the mid-2000s when Goldman Properties and its founder Tony Goldman began buying up chunks of the neighborhood in 2006. Now, a decade later, the neighborhood is entering its next stage as a work/live destination.

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  • Metrorail and Metromover will run late on weekends - Miami Today

    A goal Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has been pursuing for more than a year – late-night service on Metrorail and Metromover – will finally be realized by the end of this month.

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  • Miami ranks 4th in US for Asian investment

    Good news for Miami real estate players hungry for Asian capital.

    A report from commercial brokerage CBRE shows more than half a billion dollars worth of Asian cash flowed into Miami real estate during this year’s first six months, making it the country’s fourth-most popular destination for investments from across the Pacific.

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  • Miami-to-Orlando train Brightline Express 3.1 billion dollar project on track - South Florida Business Journal

    Progress on the $3.1 billion Brightline Express train project is on track.

    The Brightline Express project will bring high-speed train travel to commuters from Miami to Orlando, with stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

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  • NAR: Pending Home Sales Edge Up In September

    Key Takeaways

    After a dismal August, NAR's Pending Home Sales Index rebounded to the fifth highest numbers seen in a year.

    September's PHSI rose 1.5 percent to 110.0 from a downwardly revised 108.4 in August.

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  • South Florida residents earn a grand total of $300 billion per year - South Florida Business Journal

    If you piled up all of the money earned last year by all of the residents in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach metro area, you’d wind up with a stack of almost $300 billion.

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  • Miami buyers get more for less than they would in New York, and elsewhere

    Median home price in the U.S. is averaged at $300,000, which gets you, again on average, 1,700 square feet. But when you boil it down, those numbers don’t really mean anything, because they represent too wide an area.

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  • 7,500 People Move To Miami-Dade County Every Month

    According to the Miami-Dade Property Appraiser’s office, 7,500 people move to the county every month.

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  • Hedge fund billionaire Kenneth Griffin signs $114M mortgage for future Palm Beach home in addition to buying $73 million dollar South Beach Faena condos

    A company controlled by hedge fund billionaire Kenneth Griffin took out two mortgages for a combined $114 million on land in Palm Beach that he intends to build a mansion on.

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  • Gindi Family plans major Wynwood retail project after $53 million dollar purchase

    In one of Wynwood’s largest deals to date, the Gindis, famous for their ownership of the Century 21 Department Store chain, just paid $53.5 million for a chunk of Wynwood property where they are planning a two-story retail development.

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  • Homeowners twice as house rich as five years ago

    America's housing market is heating up again, fortifying the finances of current homeowners and frustrating potential first-time buyers.

    After hitting bottom in 2012, home prices took off dramatically before leveling off a bit in mid-2014. In the last two months, though, they turned higher again. The amount of equity homeowners now have — the value outside their mortgage debt — has doubled in the last five years, according to CoreLogic.

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  • Miami's Hottest Renderings 2016 | Future Miami Skyline

    There’s nothing like renderings of sleek, new South Florida projects to excite agents, buyers and consumers of South Florida real estate news during a slow point in the real estate cycle.

    From the tall and thin towers of Brickell and Edgewater to the bevy of renderings submitted for a (now failed) public-private partnership on a Miami Dade College-owned site in downtown Miami, architects and designers showed off their best work in 2016.

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  • Infinity Investing in Miami So Far Over $125 Million

    Records show an affiliate of Infinity bought the building at 1200 Ocean Drive, home to the prominent gay bar and restaurant called the Palace. And the seller is 1200 Ocean Associates Ltd., which is tied to Goldman Properties. Jessica Goldman Srebnick, CEO and principal of Goldman, signed the deed transfer of ownership.

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  • Miami Beach Convention Center renovation speeds up | Miami Herald

    The entire west side of the Miami Beach Convention Center is getting replaced as the renovation and expansion of the facility speed up heading into the first quarter of 2017. No events will be held at the center until late May, and work will continue for months after it partially reopens.

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  • New HomeStyle Energy Mortgage for your next property?

    Want to put solar panels on your roof — owning them outright rather than having to lease from some third-party company? There’s a new home mortgage program that’s just hit the market and could help make that happen. And since it’s long-term mortgage money, the interest rates are similar to those on a regular home loan — currently in the mid to upper 3 percent range if you’ve got good credit.

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  • Laguna House the trendy new spot to live in Coral Gables!

    Laguna House at Merrick Park is making international headlines as a "shoppers paradise" and the "exclusive alternative to owning an estate or living in a large Miami skyscraper".

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  • The extravagant in-house amenities of Florida’s elite | New York Post

    From curated art collections to exclusive eateries to over-the-top lobbies, these are the latest trends on South Florida’s luxury real-estate landscape.

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  • South Florida Home Prices steadily growing

    South Florida home buyers waiting for a price dip, don’t hold your breath. According to the latest report from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices, home prices in the region continued their years-long upward climb in October.

    The index, which tracks home sales in major metropolitan areas throughout the United States, stated the cost of South Florida’s single-family homes jumped by 6.5 percent in October when compared to the same month in 2015.

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  • Whiddon family proposes multifamily project along New River in Fort Lauderdale - South Florida Business Journal

    A waterfront property in Fort Lauderdale could be rezoned for 215 multifamily units.

    The city’s Development Review Committee will consider the application by Whiddon Family LLC on Feb. 14 to rezone the 12.5-acre site from single-family residential to medium-high density residential. The property includes the single-family houses at 1131 and 1151 S.W. 9th Ave. plus vacant land on the north side of Davie Boulevard. 

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  • Florida No. 2 for population growth – will real estate markets follow?

    The U.S. Census released it 2016 population estimates this week, showing state-by-state growth from 2015 to 2016, and almost nowhere were gains bigger than in Florida.

    The state’s population made a 367,525-person leap from 20.24 million to 20.61 million – an increase second only to Texas’.

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  • Summer Giveaway! Win a free IPad

    Simply walk in to our Coral Gables Location and sign up with our office administrator. 

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  • Drone store DJI to open first U.S. location in Wynwood - South Florida Business Journal

    China-based DJI has partnered with Drone Nerds to sign a deal for its first U.S. store in Miami’s Wynwood.

    The booming neighborhood is known for hip retailers and trendy restaurants and its street art is a magnet for selfies, so a one-of-a-kind drone store should fit right in.

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  • WeChat offers underused direct-marketing possibilities for brands: L2 - Luxury Daily - Marketing

    Luxury brands are not taking advantage of WeChat’s direct marketing capabilities, according to a new report by L2.

    Brands in the fashion and watches and jewelry categories receive an average of 7,000 views per WeChat post, a pittance against the 700 million monthly users. 

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  • Dezer assembling large parcels of land for next development Miami Beach now that Porsche Design Tower almost done

    With his Porsche Design Tower condominium nearing completion, Gil Dezer has already set his sights on another prime piece of land in Sunny Isles Beach.

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  • Wynwood Business Improvement District expanding its boundaries

    Looking to increase its revenue base, the Wynwood Business Improvement District, or BID, took the initial step needed to expand its boundaries on Thursday. At its regular monthly meeting, the BID’s board voted to begin the process of drafting legislation that would redraw the district’s map to include several dozen commercial properties that are currently not contributing to an annual pot of tax money used for neighborhood improvements in Wynwood.

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  • Time to buy! Average 30-year mortgage rate falls to new 2016 lows

    WASHINGTON (AP) – July 8, 2016 – Long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week to the lowest level since May 2013, driven down by financial tumult in Europe. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac says the average 30-year fixed rate mortgage fell to 3.41 percent from 3.48 percent a week ago. A year ago, the 30-year rate stood at 4.04 percent. The 15-year mortgage rate dropped to 2.74 percent, down from 2.78 percent last week and 3.20 percent a year ago.

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  • Resorts World Miami | Genting Buys rights for marina at Resorts downtown Miami site

    With a flurry of lawsuits between itself and Miami-Dade County, the fate of Genting Group’s proposed Resorts World Miami project on the former Miami Herald site seemed to be up in the air. But behind the scenes, a small deal could equate to a sign of life for the development.

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  • The North Beach master plan will try to answer Miami's biggest questions

    This month we’re exploring North Beach, powered by Lyft. Check out our neighborhood guide!

    There’s something interesting happening in North Beach right now that we should all be paying some attention to: the master plan.

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  • June surprise: Confidence at highest level since October

    WASHINGTON – June 28, 2016 – U.S. consumer confidence improved much more than expected in the month of June, the Conference Board revealed in a report on Tuesday.

    The Conference Board said its consumer confidence index jumped to 98.0 in June from a downwardly revised 92.4 in May.

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  • Best Smart Home Gadgets of 2016

    Looking to make your home just a little smarter? While still in its infancy, the number of smart home products—devices that let you control your lighting, thermostat, or even your crock pot from your smartphone—is rapidly growing. From GE to Belkin to Home Depot, tons of products and whole ecosystems want to help you control your home via a single iOS or Android app. 

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  • US Dollar Reaches 6-Week High, Signaling Economic Boost - Capital Markets

    The value of the US dollar has advanced to its highest levels in six weeks, signaling a boost in the economy compared to slow growth elsewhere in the global sphere.
    Bloomberg’s dollar index rallied 0.5% this afternoon, the highest it's reached since June 12. The improvement has also sparked chances for a rate hike this year, Bloomberg reports.

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  • South Beach Guide » The New TropicThe New Tropic

    Located at the tip of an island bordering the Atlantic Ocean, South Beach is our little piece of paradise — and it’s hardly a secret. People from all over the world flock here for the sandy beaches and flashy nightlife. But anyone who has been here more than a few hours knows there’s so much more to this neighborhood. You’ve got historic Art Deco buildings, public parks, museums, movie theaters, and some of the best food around. 

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  • Florida Was The Nation's Second-Fastest Growing State Over The Last Year - over 1000 people a day

    Over 1,000 people a day moved to Florida over the past year, as people continue to flee cold, high-tax northern states, new Census data shows.

    For the year, Florida was the second fastest growing state in the nation by raw numbers, behind only Texas. On a percentage basis, Florida ranked fourth behind Utah, Nevada and Idaho, with 1.82% population growth in just one year.

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  • Terra Group developer looking to buy more, just bought : Coconut Grove | Summer Hill Apartments

    With two major condo projects well underway in Coconut Grove, David Martin’s Terra Group has taken on a new project of a considerably smaller scale.

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  • 5 Options to Finding Miami Foreclosed Homes

    The US housing crisis has resulted to a ballooning inventory of repossessed properties. Some cities like Miami were hit harder by the mortgage mess. But for many investors and home buyers, the resulting depressed market overflowing with Miami foreclosures spell golden investment opportunities.

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  • This Mall Will Be So ‘Ginormous’ That It Will Come With Its Own Mini Suburb

    When the country’s largest mall comes to western Miami-Dade, a major developer wants to be ready with a custom-made mini suburb next door.

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  • UM announces plan for $14 million dollar indoor football facility

    The University of Miami on Friday announced plans to build an indoor football practice facility at a cost of $34 million and a Soffer family donation covering about 40 percent of the cost, the largest ever pledged to the UM athletic department. Click through to read content.

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  • Crescent Heights wants Miami Beach to put light rail/street car transit hub at 500 Alton - South Florida Business Journal

    Crescent Heights wants Miami Beach to place the hub of the city’s proposed light rail or street car transit system in the base of the developer’s residential tower.

    The proposal would also make the Miami Beach-based developer’s planned tower at 500 Alton Road taller and potentially more appealing as living space. Click through to read more.

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  • How will new real estate crowdfunding rules affect agents?

    Chicago Agent (CA): What is the significance of Title III crowdfunding in regards to the real estate market?

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  • Miami developers are redrawing swaths of the city through this zoning carve-out | Miami Herald

    For decades, these three large city blocks in a prime location — straddling Miami Avenue and butting up against the Miami River and the Brickell financial district — lay inexplicably vacant. Now, in the seeming twinkling of an eye, they have been utterly transformed.

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  • The Ten Best Places to Play Pokemon Go in Miami

    Are you playing Pokémon Go? Chances are you answered yes. The app, which shot to the top of the App Store charts upon its release, has taken over social media feeds, media coverage, and, if you're among the 7.5 million U.S. players, possibly even your social life.

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  • Volume of US home sales reaches pre-recession levels

    From the New York website: U.S. home sales hit their fastest pace in nine years last month, as interest rates remained low and unemployment steadily declined.

    From April to May, sales rose by nearly 2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.53 million, according to National Association of Realtors data. May’s sales volume was 4.5 percent higher than during the same period last year.

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  • 1212 Lincoln Road | Architecture/Sleek sophisticated Miami Beach, Mixed-Use, Mixed-Use Development

    1212 Lincoln Road is a mixed-use project at the corner of Alton Road and the internationally renowned Lincoln Road Mall in Miami Beach. The mixed –use complex consists of a 100-room Boutique Hotel, a European-style Market, high-end Retail and a 450 car Parking Structure.

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  • IBM Watson will power self-driving minibus that will be road-tested in Miami-Dade County | Miami Herald

    Olli, a 3D-printed, self-driving minibus powered by IBM’s Watson supercomputer, could be tested on the streets of Miami-Dade County before the end of the year.

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  • International buyers still love Miami – especially these 7 countries

    Miami is one of the world’s premier international hubs. As a testament to the city’s international appeal, a Trulia analysis of home searches by foreign buyers found that of the16 countries looking for U.S. homes reviewed, nearly half chose Miami as a top destination.

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  • Crane Watch Miami - South Florida Business Journal

    It’s almost impossible to turn in any direction in downtown Miami and Brickell and not see a construction crane. There are so many projects coming out of the ground that most untrained eyes can’t tell one from the other.

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  • What Your Homeowner's Insurance Likely Won't Cover

    Your homeowner's insurance has limitations, and it pays to know what they are before you run into a problem. Click through to learn about four things your homeowner's insurance likely won't cover.

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  • What to Know About Your Roof

    Don't take your roof for granted. It needs to be checked, fixed and, if necessary, replaced over a number of years. Click Full Article below to learn how to make sure the rain stays outside!

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  • Goodman Co. snaps up Kendall shopping center for $29M

    The Goodman Co. just closed its $28.75 million purchase of a Kendall retail building that’s anchored by a BJ’s Wholesale Club.

    County records show Goodman bought the shopping center at 16200 Southwest 88th Street from a company linked to Cole Capital, a commercial real estate investment firm based out of Phoenix, Arizona.

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  • Could Miami Marine Stadium Be the City's Next Great Music Venue? | Miami New Times

    Opened in 1963 and closed nearly three decades later, Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key gave spectators a seaside view of some of the biggest names of the 20th Century. Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones, and Richard Nixon all graced the stage, which used to float a few dozen feet out into the water of Biscayne Bay.

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  • Miami Design District | Gucci Miami | Craig Robins Dacra

    A new wave of luxury stores and restaurants is headed to Miami’s Design District, including Gucci, Alexander Wang, Warby Parker and Estefan Kitchen, a Cuban concept led by Gloria and Emilio Estefan.

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  • Miami Arts & Entertainment District - Between Wynwood And Downtown, The New Cultural Center Of Miami. | Arts & Entertainment District Miami

    All aboard the Miami Soul Train for a night of Funky tunes courtesy of Miami-Dade Public Transit. Come engage with Miami’s public transportation system in a new and exciting way!

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  • Foreign Investment in South Florida's Commercial Real Estate Markets Surges to Highest Rate Since 2007

    Miami, FL – July 19, 2016 – Over the past two years, cross-border capital flows into the U.S. have risen dramatically and in 2015 foreign investment in South Florida commercial real estate hit its highest rate in at least nine years, according to a new report by CBRE Group, Inc. Last year, Florida ranked fourth in the nation in terms of cross-border investment volume and the state improved to rank third in Q1 2016.

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  • Wells Fargo to move its largest South Florida branch to 1 Billion dollar development Miami project - South Florida Business Journal

    Wells Fargo is relocating its largest branch in South Florida, moving its main Miami outpost about one-tenth of a mile to MDM Group’s new $1 billion Metropolitan Miami development.

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  • Miami's Little River gets green light for first bar- Apollo Motors Miami

    The Miami Planning and Zoning Board approved a variance that will allow the first full-service bar to open within a warehouse sector that’s being transformed into a trendy arts district, during a meeting Wednesday evening.

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  • Miami Gardens is getting South Florida's first Topgolf

    Grab your clubs: a newly minted development deal could bring South Florida’s first Topgolf facility to Miami Gardens.Miami Gardens officials reportedly gave the green light for the sale of 15 city-owned acres to a firm called Urban Property Holdings, as part of a deal that will see the construction of a 65,000-square-foot sports entertainment facility.

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  • Game changer- Miami-Dade County approves $464 million dollar transit development location - South Florida Business Journal

    The Adler Group and 13th Floor Investment have asked Miami-Dade County officials to sign off on their $464 million deal to turn the Douglas Road Metrorail station into a transit-oriented development.

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  • How to Choose the Right Type of Barbecue Grill

    Want to have fun cooking outdoors? Click through to learn what your barbecue options are in terms of performance, cost, energy efficiency and overall convenience. You can find great deals on new grills as we get into backyard barbecue season.

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  • American Airlines is paying millions to speed up security screening at MIA and beyond - South Florida Business Journal

    American Airlines, which for months has been aggressively moving to improve the airport passenger security screening process at its major hubs, is now taking another big step. The carrier said today it will spend $5 million to install new, state-of-the-art screening technology at four of its principal hub airports, including Miami International Airport, AA's second largest domestic hub. 

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  • Can Preventive Maintenance Stop a Catastrophe?

    Unexpected emergencies happen — make sure you're prepared with these preventive maintenance tips. Click Full Article below to learn how to prevent a catastrophe by thinking ahead.

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  • Developer Barlington's Brickell Dreams - Mixed-Use - coming true

    Barlington Group is under contract with 90 Southwest 8th St (here), a four-story, 45k SF office/retail building at the corner of 8th Street and 1st Avenue. It's the second purchase in Brickell, a submarket that Martin says has some of the strongest promise for growth going forward in Miami. 

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  • Aventura Shopping Center to be redeveloped

    An Aventura shopping center anchored by Publix has been partly demolished and is slated to be rebuilt, with plans to bring in a roster of new tenants.

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  • How Miami's Hospitality Industry Is Helping Increase Tourism to the City

    It’s no secret that the industry driving South Florida’s billion-dollar tourism business is hospitality. On and off the beach, Miami is teeming with new hotels—some of them global brand expansions, some of them North American debuts. Attracted by the city’s demographics (including its diversity), many luxe international brands, such as Argentina’s Faena, Spain’s ME by Meliá, Singapore’s Como Hotels and Resorts, and Swire’s Hong Kong-based East, have recently made their US debuts in Miami.

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  • Your guide to Miami condos: what’s new, planned, and under construction

    Over the next several years, Miami’s condo market, already nearing a full year’s supply, will get an injection of thousands of new units. And thanks to the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s 2016 Market Insights report, we now have a clear look of what condo projects are planned, what’s under construction and what has recently been completed in the area immediately surrounding the city’s downtown neighborhood.

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  • Coral Gables Office Building Trades For $57.5 Million - CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News

    In the largest commercial real estate transaction to take place in Coral Gables this year, a joint venture between Greenstreet Partners and principals of CREC have sold the 2121 Ponce office building to a member company of Zurich North America (“Zurich”) for $57.5 million.

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  • 250 unit prime multi family investment property : call me for an appointment $34,000,000

    Investment property 
    MIRAMAR PROPERTY

    $34 MM

    Site description:

    Number of units-250

    Number of Buildings-5

    Number of Stories-5

    Year Built-1992

    Rentable SF-239,926

    All Two & Three Bedroom Floor Plans

    99% Occupancy

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  • Miami guy Jeff Bezos Sells 1 Million Amazon Shares (AMZN) | Investopedia

    Coming off its third-straight earnings beat, yielding a stock price that has skyrocketed some 40% over the past year, Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) is on fire. The company's founder, Jeff Bezos, has just rewarded himself a massive bonus worth $756 million. (See also, Behind Amazon's 1,772% Rise in 10 years )

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  • Musician Pharrell Williams sells Miami Beach penthouse for $9.25 million - South Florida Business Journal

    Musician and producer Pharrell Williams probably feels like a room without a roof right now.

    The " Happy" singer-songwriter has sold his Miami penthouse in the Bristol Tower condominium in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood for $9.25 million after the property several years on and off the market, The Wall Street Journal reported.

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  • 9 Questions Emotionally Intelligent People Always Ask

    Emotional Intelligence (EI or EQ) has been a hot Inc. topic written by many of my colleagues. I've also registered my thoughts on the power of EQ in leadership, or how to respond with emotional intelligence to people who push your buttons. But ask any scholar and they'll tell you the study of EQ has not had a smooth history.

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  • Call me now for your private tour of the new Paramount Miami World Center!

    A WORLD OF LUXURY RESIDENCES AT MIAMI WORLDCENTER

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  • Real Estate Trends: Fla. ‘outperformed’ the U.S.

    ORLANDO, Fla. – Jan. 27, 2017 — In 2016, Florida’s economy outperformed the nation in part because of better job creation, according to several economists who spoke to a standing-room-only crowd of about 500 Realtors® at the 2017 Florida Real Estate Trends event Thursday during Florida Realtors Mid-Winter Business Meetings.

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  • 7 Ways to Keep Your Lawn Green but Your Water Bill Low

    Green grass lovers unite! Here are seven ways to keep those yards lush without a hefty water bill. Click through to learn how to go green while saving green.

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  • Hilton Worldwide and Baptist Health South Florida partner on Hilton Miami/Dadeland opening in late 2018 - South Florida Business Journal

    Baptist Health South Florida, the largest hospital system in the tri-county area, on Monday announced a partnership with hospitality giant Hilton Worldwide (NYSE: HLT) to open a 184-room hotel in South Florida. Click FULL ARTICLE tab below here.

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  • Little Haiti Development | Miami Urban Development Review

    A Miami-based company has submitted plans to the Urban Development Review Board for a large-scale, mixed-use project on 22 acres it owns in Little Haiti.

    The Eastridge Special Area Plan (SAP) proposal would replace the Design Place Apartments at 5045 Northeast Second Avenue in Miami. SPV Realty owns the existing apartments, built in 1948. Kobi Karp is the architect and Kimley Horn the landscape architect.

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  • STK opening at end of summer Downtown Miami

    A second STK restaurant is coming to Miami.

    STK’s parent company, the One Group, is completing the buildout for its newest restaurant in downtown Miami. It will open along with the property’s new hotel, ME Miami by Melia, by the end of the summer, a spokesperson told The Real Deal on a construction tour of the restaurant.

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  • Porsche Design Tower completed in Sunny Isles Beach - South Florida Business Journal

    Dezer Development has driven its Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach across the finish line, having received its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO).

    The developer also closed three condo sales for more than $11 million.

    The building made headlines for its “Dezervator,” an automobile lift system that delivers cars directly to the condos. It also features plunge pools and summer kitchens on the balconies of most units.

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  • Over 70 languages your global connection to the world

    The U.S. housing market is increasingly of interest among consumers from around the globe — with over half of these international buyers in the last year coming from Canada, China (including mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan), Mexico, India, and the U.K

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  • Floridians set to benefit from more tax relief | HeraldTribune.com

    TALLAHASSEE -- Floridians will have more to toast Friday night than cheaper pear cider, as more than $500 million in tax relief proposals take effect.

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  • Moxy Hotel & CVS Coming To Washington Avenue, Miami Beach

    Developer Lightstone Group has submitted plans to build a Moxy hotel on Washington Avenue, featuring micro-sized hotel rooms.

    The project will include the partial demolition and renovation of a historic retail building at 915 Washington Avenue, along with the addition of a 7-story hotel with 204 rooms.

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  • Robot-made burgers coming

    SAN FRANCISCO—The robots are coming to San Francisco – and they want to make burgers for you.

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  • What $1,700 rents across South Florida

    Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various Miami neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! 

    Our budget for this week's apartment hunt is $1,700 a month.

    Click on FULL ARTICLE below to join us on our tour and vote for your favorite at the bottom.

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  • Rolls-Royce refines luxury with visions of future vehicles - Luxury Daily

    British automaker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is preparing to revolutionize the future of mobility.

    At an event at the London Roundhouse on June 16, the BMW AG subsidiary unveiled its Vision Next 100 plans for the next century, embodied by a “vision vehicle” codenamed 103EX. The Vision Next 100 shows both a lineage with and adherence to the Rolls-Royce heritage and a transformation into a luxury concept that goes beyond automobiles.

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  • JetBlue to begin long-awaited nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale and San Diego - South Florida Business Journal

    JetBlue Airways will launch a nonstop flight between Fort Lauderdale and San Diego on Thursday. It's a route that's been in demand for a long time, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport officials told the Sun Sentinel.

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  • Big projects keep coming for Wynwood- Wynwood 26, RedSky Capital proposes 222 Wynwood, Miami College of Design planned - South Florida Business Journal

    Four significant projects are being considered in the booming Wynwood Arts District in Miami.

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  • Miami Events July : Calendar and Things To Do 2016 | Miami New Times

    Supercon
    11:00am @ Miami Beach Convention Center
    1901 Convention Center Dr.
    Miami Beach, FL 33139

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  • Quicken now quietly offers 1% downpayment loans!!!!! Pass on!

    NEW YORK – June 29, 2016 – Quicken Loans has been fairly hush about its latest offering of a super low downpayment mortgage, even as rival bank giants like Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase all tout their new 3 percent down mortgage products. But late last year, Quicken Loans quietly began offering 1 percent downpayment mortgages.

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  • Miami Beach selects Alstrom to develop $380M light rail 'streetcar' | Construction Dive

    City of Miami Beach county commissioners have voted to move forward with the preliminary development of a $380 million light rail streetcar system with French rail consortium Alstom, the Miami Herald reported.

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  • Miami 5 cool Movie Theaters to Visit Now

    Whether you seek a Hollywood blockbuster or a cerebral indie, Miami has the movie theater for you.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Looking for Ways to Secure a Good Mortgage

    Buying a home can be one of the largest investments you make throughout your life, so it's important to choose a mortgage carefully. Click through for the basics in picking a mortgage.

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  • Creative Lighting Options That Will Brighten Any Room

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