One Sotheby’s opens new HQ in the Miami Design District

Brokerage also announced sales, top producers for 2017

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 08, 2018 06:00 PM

From left: Raymond Bolduc, Dennis Carvajal, Marisela Cisneros, Mirce Curkoski, Gabriela Dajer, Guillermo de la Paz, Mayi de la Vega, Claudia Fernandez, Barbara Lamar, Maria Melendez, Vanessa Stabile, Jorge Uribe

One Sotheby’s International Realty opened its new headquarters in the Miami Design District.

The brokerage announced the new office at its 10th annual summit, where president Daniel de la Vega also released the firm’s top producers for 2017. At the top of the list was Jo-Ann Forster, Susan Rindley, Saddy Delgado, Rafael Arias and Jill Penman. The top teams were the Alex Miranda and Joseph Padula team, and Mirce Curkoski, Albert Justo, Alexa Iacovelli, Mikhael Porter and George Burns’ The Waterfront team.

The company moved its headquarters from Coral Gables to a 4,000-square-foot space on the second floor of 4100 North Miami Avenue, according to a spokesperson. It’s in the same building as TSG and Minotti Kitchen. The open workspace features Herman Miller furniture and Keith Haring wallpaper.

The firm’s sales volume last year totaled $2.73 billion, including new development sales, the spokesperson said.

In 2017, One Sotheby’s was among the most active brokerages in South Florida in terms of acquisitions. It closed on the acquisitions of Turnberry Realty, Crescendo Real Estate, OMG Realty and Coastal Sotheby’s. The brokerage, led by CEO Mayi de la Vega, has 14 offices in South Florida and is handling sales of 19 developments.


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