On the scene: Lissette Calderon’s Pier 19 party, Fort Lauderdale boat show & more

Merrick Manor also unveiled model residences and Housing Trust Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for new affordable housing complex in Margate

Nov.November 09, 2018 04:00 PM

Neology Life unveils Pier 19 Residences & Marina

Lissette Calderon celebrated her return to the Miami River District, where she began developing more than 15 years ago.

Her company, Neology Life, hosted a party unveiling Pier 19 Residences & Marina, the newly named apartment project along the Miami River that she plans to renovate and turn into luxury rentals.

Formerly called River Oaks Tower & Marina, the 21-story building features 199 apartments at 1951 Northwest South River Drive. Neology purchased the property for $61 million in September.

Miles Goldstein Real Estate hosts a party during Fort Lauderdale boat show

The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show offered an intersection between marine living and real estate.

Miles Goldstein Real Estate hosted a party showcasing one of its listings, sponsored by brands including Haute Living, Ulysee Nardin and Bentley Motorsport. The home in Seven Isles is on the market for about $4.5 million.

Merrick Manor unveils model residences at sales gallery

Merrick Manor hosted an event at its Coral Gables sales gallery to unveil three recently completed model residences to agents from Coral Gables and Key Biscayne.

The 227-unit project is being developed by the Astor Companies and is under construction at 301 Altara Avenue. It is expected to open in the first quarter of next year.

Interiors by Steven G handled the interior design. More than 60 percent of the project is under contract with prices for available units starting from $374,990 and ranging up to $2.6 million, according to a release.

HTG celebrates opening of affordable housing complex in Margate

Affordable housing developer Housing Trust Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new $27 million development in Margate.

Arbor View at 3100 North State Road 7 consists of 100 affordable apartments for individuals 55 years of age or older earning between 33 percent and 60 percent below the area’s median income.

Rents range from $428 to $1,002 per month. HTG broke ground on the project in December 2016.

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