The Real Deal Miami

Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler’s high-profile Fort Lauderdale offices back on the market … and more

January 08, 2010 05:33PM

1. Foreclosed home strippers can’t be convicted of a crime, judge says [Palm Beach Post]
2. Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler’s high-profile Fort Lauderdale offices back on the market [SFBJ]
3. Scott Martorano to open Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino restaurant [Sun Sentinel]
4. Florida Gaming defaults on two loans [SFBJ]
5. Comfort Inn & Suites in Jupiter hit with foreclosure lawsuit [SFBJ]
6. FDIC sells assets of failed Florida banks to Los Angeles-based Colony Capital [SFBJ]

7. Florida realtors offer top 5 market themes [FAR]
8. Commercial real estate market will worsen, experts say [NYT]
9. Why owning a home is not for everyone [NYT]
10. Footlocker to close 117 stores nationwide [Crain’s]
11. Baron Capital Group unveils real estate fund [Mutual Fund Wire]
12. Will there be a commercial real estate revival? [MSNBC]
13. Real estate developer sells Miami Beach home for $4.6 million [South Beach Condo Blog]