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  • Miami commission approves talks with Adler on selling riverfront HQ

    Adler wants to develop riverfront parcel in exchange for building new HQ
    December 09, 2016 09:45AM By James Teeple
    Rendering of the Riverside Nexcus (Inset: Adler Group President David Adler)

    Rendering of the Riverside Nexcus (Inset: Adler Group President David Adler)

    Miami’s iconic Dinner Key auditorium, home to commissioners and the city’s mayor, is not for sale, but the city’s second most-valuable property – a 3-acre site along the Miami River – could soon be the site of the city’s newest mixed-use luxury development. [more]

  • The Real Deal’s South Florida print edition is going quarterly!

    Print edition puts a spotlight on big issues grappling the market and more
    December 09, 2016 08:45AM
    The Real Deal South Florida's latest October 2016 magazine

    The Real Deal South Florida’s latest October 2016 magazine

    Your most trusted resource for South Florida real estate news is getting bigger. Twice as big, to be exact.

    After years of publishing two magazines a year, we’re answering your call for more coverage on one of the country’s hottest markets. The Real Deal South Florida’s print edition is going quarterly, bringing you four issues each year packed with in-depth market analysis, rankings of industry heavyweights and insider info you can’t find anywhere else.

    Real estate players know better than anyone else that timing is everything, so reserve your advertising space for the upcoming issues ahead of time, starting with our March 2017 market report. The deadline for reservations is Feb. 17.

    Here’s our tentative list of editorial coverage for the March issue:

    • Ranking the top residential agents in South Florida
    • Deep dive into Miami’s Design District, including the top retail deals and developments
    • A breakdown of the commercial market along Miami’s Flagler Street
    • Highlighting the most unusual luxury condo amenities
    • Spotlight on Brickell

    Check out our latest October 2016 magazine here.

    To get a copy of the inaugural print edition or for a media kit — and for all other advertising inquiries — please call our advertising director Chris Cuomo at 786-334-5052 or email

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  • On the scene at 88 Hundred Collins’ sales launch: PHOTOS

    Developers expect to break ground on 28-unit project next year
    December 08, 2016 05:15PM
    88 HundredElba Hernandez and Leonardo Ambard

    ‘Tis the season for new condo projects in Miami. Case in point: Developers Leonardo Ambard and Salvador Di Ludovico just held a private cocktail fête to commemorate the sales launch of their 88 Hundred Collins in Surfside. Click here for more. … [more]

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  • Donald Trump, Ivanka considering Trump Organization exit (sort of): report

    POTUS-elect may hand control of empire to Eric and Donald, Jr. as Ivanka joins dad + Jared in DC
    December 08, 2016 04:30PM
    Ivanka and Donald Trump (credit: Getty Images) and the White House

    Ivanka and Donald Trump (credit: Getty Images) and the White House

    From the New York website: President-elect Donald Trump is mulling a partial departure from the Trump Organization in which he would hand over control of the company to his two adult sons, Eric and Donald Trump Jr., the New York Times reports.

    According to sources familiar with the plan under consideration, Ivanka Trump would also take a leave of absence from the company and head to Washington with husband Jared Kushner, whose official role in the upcoming Trump White House is yet to be determined.

    But Trump passing down control of the company comes with a major caveat, according to sources familiar with the matter who spoke to the Times. The president-elect still plans to maintain a stake in the Trump Organization and is exploring a “legal structure” that would allow him to separate himself from the company without the complete divestment from it. [more]

  • Apartment building and condo tower in Miami win key board approvals

    Approved: Quadro, apartment building near Design District and Ellipsis, condo tower in Edgewater
    December 08, 2016 03:45PM By Francisco Alvarado
    Rendering of Quadro (Credit: Metrostudio)

    Rendering of Quadro (Credit: Metrostudio)

    Miami’s Urban Development Review Board gave the green light to a pair of high-rise residential projects in Edgewater and near the Design District on Wednesday. [more]

  • South Miami’s Fox’s Lounge sells for $7.5M, buyer plans adaptive re-use

    Buyer will renovate and lease buildings in $65 psf range
    December 08, 2016 03:00PM By Katherine Kallergis
    Fox's Plaza and listing agent Marcos Puente

    Fox’s Plaza and Colliers broker Marcos Puente

    The once-popular Fox’s Lounge in South Miami has a new owner.

    Fox’s Plaza, marketed as a redevelopment opportunity, just sold to an out-of-state buyer for its asking price of $7.5 million. [more]

  • Clima owner plans to build new luxe showroom near Midtown, Design District

    Plans are to take four floors and lease out one floor of the five-story, 30k sf building
    December 08, 2016 02:15PM By Ina Cordle

    Phil Taormina, Luis Guevara  of Chariff Realty Group and rendering of the Clima building

    As furniture showrooms continue to be edged out of Miami’s Design District, the owner of Clima Outdoor is planning to build a new five-story building on lots he just completed assembling in an area west of Midtown Miami, near Wynwood. [more]

  • More owners sue Chateau Beach developers, contractors over explosion

    Lawsuit refers to damages related to explosion at building now nicknamed "Chateau Boom"
    December 08, 2016 01:30PM By Katherine Kallergis
    Rendering of Chateau Beach. Inset: Dan Whiteman and Manuel Grosskopf

    Rendering of Chateau Beach. Inset: Dan Whiteman and Manuel Grosskopf

    Two additional unit owners are suing the developer, contractor and a subcontractor of Chateau Beach Residences, a luxury condo tower completed last year in Sunny Isles Beach, seeking millions of dollars in damages tied to a gas explosion on the top floor of the building last year. [more]

  • Miami board pans Arquitectonica-designed office tower planned for Brickell

    Board members said they were "disappointed," calling design "monotonous"
    December 08, 2016 12:45PM By Francisco Alvarado
    Renderings of 888 Brickell

    Renderings of 888 Brickell

    A scathing design critique by members of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is forcing the architecture team behind a proposed Brickell Avenue office tower to make some aesthetic tweaks. [more]