The Real Deal Miami

  • Key Biscayne developer taps Brazilian artist

    Oceana Key Biscayne will feature a mural by Beatriz Milhazes
    September 18, 2014 03:00PM
    Beatriz Milhazes, Oceana Key Biscayne and Eduardo Costantini

    Beatriz Milhazes, Oceana Key Biscayne and Eduardo Costantini

    The art of Brazilian national Beatriz Milhazes is currently going up in the Perez Art Museum Miami. But it is also filling the walls of a Key Biscayne condominium. [more]

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    David Beckham and Alicia Cervera Lamadrid

    Looming Major League Soccer announcement could involve Beckham. Another Miami real estate crowdfunding service launches. IBM and Miami-Dade in talks about traffic alleviation measures. Read those stories and more after the jump.

  • Cinépolis opening delayed until next year

    The theater had planned to open this Thanksgiving
    September 18, 2014 02:15PM
    Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas in Jupiter

    Cinépolis Luxury Cinema in Jupiter

    The opening of the new Cinépolis Luxury Cinema in the former in Jupiter has been delayed until next year. [more]

  • Miami Gardens and county near stadium agreement

    City is poised to take control of the building and zoning in surrounding area
    September 18, 2014 01:30PM
    Sun Life Stadium

    Sun Life Stadium

    Miami Gardens and Miami-Dade County have moved towards an agreement regarding building control and zoning at Sun Life Stadium. [more]

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  • First EB-5 building in Broward opens

    Riviera Point in Miramar has leasing commitments from at least 20 firms
    September 18, 2014 12:45PM
    Rodrigo Azpurua and the Professional Center at Riviera Point

    Rodrigo Azpurua and the Professional Center at Riviera Point

    The first multi-tenant office building in Broward County fully funded by international EB-5 investment has wrapped up construction. [more]

  • South Beach’s Temple House on market for sale

    Dixon-designed building often used to host social and corporate functions
    September 18, 2014 12:00PM
    Temple House

    Temple House

    The owner of the Temple House in South Beach is looking to sell the two-story commercial building.

    Eastern Consolidated is marketing the 13,100-square-foot Art Deco building at 1415 Euclid Avenue with a $16.5 million asking price, the firm announced on Thursday. The L. Murray Dixon-designed Temple House is a single-family residence that is also a licensed event facility for social and corporate functions and includes a bed and breakfast hotel. Dixon’s other work in the area includes the Raleigh, Tides and Victor hotels. [more]

  • County commissioners to vote on West Palm baseball stadium

    Decision on spring training facility for two Major League teams expected on Tuesday
    September 18, 2014 11:15AM
    Initial rendering of West Palm baseball facility

    Rendering of West Palm baseball facility

    Palm Beach County commissioners are slated to vote on whether to allocate $90 million in hotel bed taxes for a spring training facility for two Major League Baseball teams.

    The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals are willing to sign 30-year agreements for a $140 million, 6,500-seat stadium in West Palm Beach. During Tuesday’s meeting, commissioners are expected to decide if they agree with the approval of the bed tax allocation by the county’s Tourist Development Council. If so, a 30-year commitment to give $3 million in annual hotel tax revenue for the stadium would be made. [more]

  • Four leases signed at Wells Fargo Center

    Two new-to-market firms reach deals for space at downtown Miami tower
    September 18, 2014 10:30AM
    Wells Fargo Center

    Wells Fargo Center

    Four recent leases were signed at downtown Miami’s Wells Fargo Center.

    Berkadia Commercial Mortgage, Dentmall of Florida, La Prairie Group and Moto Capital agreed to deals at the 47-story tower, according to Taylor & Mathis, which handles leasing on behalf of building owner MetLife. Dentmall and Moto, a Brazilian hedge fund, are new-to-market tenants. The four companies are set to occupy a combined 13,402 square feet in the building. [more]

  • Miami building known for Coppertone sign changes hands

    Local company acquires total of three properties for $5.05 million
    September 18, 2014 09:45AM By Eric Kalis
    Coppertone building at 7300 Biscayne Boulevard (inset: Lyle Chariff (left) and Mauricio Zapata)

    Coppertone building at 7300 Biscayne Boulevard (inset: Lyle Chariff (left) and Mauricio Zapata)

    The Miami building known for its iconic Coppertone sign changed hands for $5.05 million, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • Top stories

    September 18, 2014 09:00AM

    Top stories yesterday on The Real Deal:
    1. Turning point: Condo boom spreads to Fort Lauderdale
    2. Brazilian developers bringing new condo to Miami
    3. Fed analyst talks interest rates, SoFla real estate impact


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