Pine Tree Drive estate once owned by a Miami Beach founding family to hit the market for $25M

A Miami Beach estate built and owned by the Collins family, one of the city’s founders, will hit the market for $24.95 million, listing agent Ralph Arias told The Real Deal.  Irving A. Collins, a son of Miami Beach founding father John Collins, built the mansion in the 1920’s, according to a building permit obtained by TRD. Russell Pancoast, a famous architect known for designing the Bass Museum among other properties, designed the home. Property records show … Continue reading Pine Tree Drive estate once owned by a Miami Beach founding family to hit the market for $25M[more]