More than 4,500 people gathered on Thursday at Wynwood’s Soho Studios to hear top industry experts speak on the state of South Florida’s real estate markets. Click here for more.
Day-long event covered new condo development, commercial/resi markets, lending and designOctober 24, 2016 02:00PM By TRD Staff
Judges denied college's request for Nader's team to pay its appellate attorneys' feesOctober 24, 2016 01:15PM By Ina Cordle
In the latest bombshell in the now-ended competition for a prime downtown development site, judges ruled Monday that Miami Dade College must pay Nader+Museu’s attorneys’ fees related to a lawsuit on a bid protest bond. [more]
190-room hotel broke ground last week, also tapping EB-5 investors for constructionOctober 24, 2016 12:55PM
IHG’s new wellness-oriented brand is headed for Miami. [more]On the housing market, a home with an indoor pool can be a tough sellOctober 24, 2016 12:00PM
Only a small fraction of the luxury homes listed in the U.S. come with indoor pools. It is an amenity that is as rare as it is controversial. And while it may seem like a special bonus, indoor pools can actual hurt value. [more]
Inside therealdeal.comProject is more than 90 percent soldOctober 24, 2016 11:25AM
The Sunny Isles Beach skyline is looking a bit taller this week.
Fortune International Group just topped off its Jade Signature condo tower at 57 stories, making it the city’s second-tallest building — for now. [more]Repositioning the building could cost up to $8M, brokers sayOctober 24, 2016 10:32AM By Katherine Kallergis
West Palm Beach developer Michael McCloskey and investor Tom Quick paid $23 million for the Bank of America Centre, where they plan to reposition the building with medical office tenants. [more]Influx of asset management firms is driving up commercial rentsOctober 24, 2016 09:45AM By Dan Weil
From the fall issue: The City of Palm Beach and neighboring West Palm Beach are becoming ever more attractive to alternative asset managers. Some firms that have long been based in money management strongholds like New York, Boston and Greenwich are picking up stakes and moving to the Sunshine State.
“We definitely could become a little Greenwich, Connecticut,” said Jeff Greene, a billionaire real estate investor and developer living in Palm Beach. He said he’s friendly with several hedge fund chiefs who’ve opened offices in the area in recent years.
South Florida as a whole — including Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties — is home to at least 60 hedge funds, 19 private equity firms and more than 200 family offices, according to Miami consulting firm Newlink Group. [more]Mega-mansion owners are once again carving up their palatial homesOctober 24, 2016 08:45AMOctober 24, 2016 07:30AM
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