If news breaks on the Internet, and nobody tweets about it, did it really happen? That’s the philosophical conundrum we face in this day and age. With that in mind, here are The Real Deal South Florida’s most popular Twitter stories of 2014.
#1 Par for the course: McIlroy buys more Palm Beach property
Recent British Open winner Rory McIlroy dropped $2 million in cash on a 10th floor penthouse at Ocean’s Edge at Singer Island.
#2 5 transit fixes downtown needs to accommodate new development
The Real Deal spoke with experts about the ways they think downtown Miami could improve its transportation options to accommodate all of the new development.
#3 Miami Heat clarifies Micky Arison’s lease announcement
In April, the Miami Heat tried to clear up owner Micky Arison’s premature announcement of an AmericanAirlines Arena lease renewal that would cost Miami-Dade County an additional $121 million in subsidies over the next 26 years.
#4 Dustin Johnson gets $5.2M for Jupiter mansion
Dustin Johnson had a legitimate reason for delisting his Jupiter mansion in November: the suspended golf star already had a deal in place to sell the property, The Real Deal learned.
#5 Dan Marino’s former pad listed for $2.95M
The former Parkland home of Miami Dolphin Hall-of-Famer Dan Marino hit the market in February for $2.95 million, which is what Marino himself paid for it in 2005.
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— Heather Grossmann