The Real Deal Miami

Downtown at the Gardens loses another tenant, Mattos’ company forecloses on Sunny Isles Beach site … and more

July 09, 2009 05:46PM

1. Downtown at the Gardens loses another tenant [Palm Beach Post]
2. Lenders required to register foreclosed homes starting tomorrow [Miami Herald]
3.
Save Our Homes, state’s homestead property amendment, upheld in appellate court [SFBJ]
4. TotalBank forecloses on three South Florida properties [SFBJ]
5. Photos of Richard Rochon’s Boca Raton mansion, which is hitting the auction block Saturday [WSJ]
6. Company led by Carlos Mattos forecloses on $26M Sunny Isles Beach site [SFBJ]
7. Boca Raton-based telecommunications firm expands [Boca Raton News]
8. West Palm Beach Fishing Club hopes for historic designation [Palm Beach Daily News]
9. Boyton non-profit looks for new home [Sun-Sentinel]
10. Mortgage rates fall again [Miami Herald]
11. U.S. hotel industry posts declines for week ending July 4 [Hotel News Now]
12. Bernard Madoff will not appeal sentence, his lawyer says [NYDN]