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  • Brazil consulate finds bigger space in Coral Gables

    Government office to take up nearly 25,000 square feet in Miami Green
    April 07, 2014 05:15PM
    From left: Eric and Steve Gaunt and 3150 Miami Green Way in Coral Gables

    From left: Eric and Steve Gaunt and 3150 Miami Green Way in Coral Gables

    Amid a surge of Brazilian tourism and real estate investment in Miami, the Consulate General of Brazil is relocating from its office in Brickell to a bigger space in Coral Gables to accommodate the agency’s growth. [more]

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  • Join The Real Deal for our first-ever commercial roundtable Feb. 6 at 8 am on the rooftop of the Miami Green building, located at 3150 SW 38th Avenue in Miami. The event, which will cover Miami’s Commercial Market in 2013: Beyond Downtown, will take a look at the submarkets outside of downtown that are crucial for Miami’s commercial growth, from Wynwood to Doral. Panelists will include William Holly, president of Pointe Group Advisors; Ken Krasnow, managing director of CBRE; Tere Blanca, President and CEO of Blanca Commercial Real Estate; Noël Steinfeld, senior vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle and Tony Cho, President of Metro 1 Commercial. TRD South Florida Bureau Chief Alex Britell will moderate the event.  [more]

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  • Join The Real Deal for our first-ever commercial roundtable Feb. 6 at 8 AM on the rooftop of the Miami Green building, located at 3150 SW 38th Avenue in Miami. The event, which will cover Miami’s Commercial Market in 2013: Beyond Downtown, will take a look at the submarkets outside of downtown that are crucial for Miami’s commercial growth, from Wynwood to Doral. Panelists will include William Holly, president of Pointe Group Advisors; Ken Krasnow, managing director of CBRE; Tere Blanca, President and CEO of Blanca Commercial Real Estate; Noel Steinfeld, vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle and Tony Cho, President of Metro 1 Commercial. [more]

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  • Join The Real Deal for our first-ever commercial roundtable Feb. 6 at 8 AM on the rooftop of the Miami Green building, located at 3150 SW 38th Avenue. The event, which will cover Miami’s Commercial Market in 2013: Beyond Downtown, will take a look at the submarkets outside of downtown that are crucial for Miami’s commercial growth, from Wynwood to Doral. Panelists will include William Holly, president of Pointe Group Advisors; Ken Krasnow, managing director of CBRE; Tere Blanca, President and CEO of Blanca Commercial Real Estate; Noel Steinfeld, vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle and Tony Cho, President of Metro 1 Commercial. [more]

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  • U.S. green building market accelerating

    November 20, 2012 12:00PM

    The Miami Green building near Coral Gables

    The U.S. green building market is continuing to accelerate, according to the 2013 Dodge Construction Green Outlook report from McGraw-Hill Construction. The total green market, including residential and non-residential, is expected to be worth $85 billion this year, with new green construction projected to rise to between $98 billion and $106 billion by 2013. “We’re seeing tremendous growth in green building, providing a bright light in an otherwise uncertain economy,” said Harvey Bernstein, vice president for industry insights and alliances at McGraw-Hill Construction. “Not only does this mean a strong outlook for green building, but also the benefits that go along with that: more jobs, greater financial benefits from green and higher performance buildings, stronger competitive positioning for those firms that build green and healthier work and learning environments for our population.” — Alexander Britell

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  • Miami developers going green

    June 26, 2011 10:32PM

    Building green office buildings is no longer a vanity project for developers — it’s becoming a required standard, as The Real Deal reported in January. Miami’s 600 Brickell has green features from heat-repelling “skin” to energy-efficient internal mechanics. “It’s unbelievable how much the world has changed in three years,” said Wiliam Holly, who developed Miami Green in Coral Gables in 2008 and is now at Cushman and Wakefield. “At the time everybody was laughing. Now many national and international brokers are saying that in the very near future you will not be considered a Class A building if you aren’t green, if you’re not LEED-certified.” [Miami Herald]
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  • Q & A with power broker William Holly

    The Holly Real Estate founder talks about his return to Cushman and Wakefield and Airport West's growing office market 
    April 13, 2011 02:14PM

    After leaving his eponymous firm last month, Holly Real Estate, Miami real estate power broker William Holly returned to Cushman & Wakefield — after a 12-year absence — as an executive director. Holly Real Estate was a general real estate services company, including development and brokerage, and had a particular focus on green development. The full-service company developed several environmentally-friendly buildings across Miami, highlighted by Miami Green at the edge of Coral Gables. Holly talked to The Real Deal about his first two weeks on the job, what he learned in his 12-year hiatus from Cushman and the strength of the Airport West office market.
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