On the scene at Master Brokers Forum’s year-end bash: PHOTOS

Miami /
Dec.December 28, 2016 02:15 PM

The Miami Master Brokers Forum celebrated the year in style, hosting a holiday party at the Eighty Seven Park sales center in North Beach.

The organization honored its founder Helen Jeanne Nicastri with its legacy award. She launched the group in 1993 to bring together competing brokerages following Hurricane Andrew, according to a press release. Now, it has 300 members in Miami, and 170 in its Gold Coast group in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Master Brokers Forum also recognized its 2016 scholarship recipients, Florida International University seniors Vincente Cortesi and Laszlo Vargas.

Terra Group unveiled its multimillion-dollar, glass-enclosed sales center to a crowd of more than 500 real estate agents, developers and guests in late April. Terra and partners Bizzi & Partners and New Valley are developing the 20-story, 70-unit oceanfront tower in the North Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach. Renzo Piano is designing the building with interiors by RDAI. – Katherine Kallergis 


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