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On the scene: Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences talks wellness & more

Coastal Construction Group honors Thomas P. Murphy and Florida East Coast Realty participates in United Way event
By Amanda Rabines | December 24, 2018 12:30PM

Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences hosts wellness event

After recently re-launching sales, Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences hosted an event to highlight the project’s health and wellness features.

The Singer Island project is underway at 3100 North Ocean Drive with a completion date set for late 2019. It’s being developed by Dilip Barot, who previously said he plans to have on-site “health assistants” for residents.

Other projects with similar health-centric services include Lionheart Capital’s Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach. Over the summer, the developer, and partner Elliott Management Corp., announced it plans to team up with South Beach Diet founder Dr. Arthur Agatston to offer buyers a yearlong membership to a medical concierge service.

Coastal Construction celebrates new Thomas P. Murphy UM building

Coastal Construction Group celebrated the completion of the new Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building at the University of Miami School of Architecture.

The 20,000-square-foot building was built in dedication to Murphy – an avid donor to the university. He founded the construction firm in 1988. The building was designed by Arquitectonica and built by Coastal Construction. The company recently signed a $600 million contract with Trump Group to complete The Estates at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach.

Florida East Coast Realty participates in United Way event

Florida East Coast Realty participated in a panel discussion hosted by United Way, Tocqueville Tuesday and Young Leaders Conversation with Leaders in downtown Miami.

At the event, the Hollo family shared professional and personal life lessons, including the importance of work-life balance, according to a press release. Florida East Coast Realty developed the apartment building Panorama Tower, which at 85 stories is currently the tallest building in the state.

In a recent interview with The Real Deal, FECR President Jerome Hollo said more than half of the building’s 821 units are rented.