Ocean Land Investments has revealed plans for its Riverwalk Residences of Las Olas, a luxury senior project proposed for downtown Fort Lauderdale. [more]
42-story, 401-unit tower would include doctors' offices, restaurants, gym, spa and moreMarch 30, 2017 05:50PM By Katherine Kallergis
Food hall below Marshalls will have 9,600 sf with spaces for 16 tenantsMarch 30, 2017 05:15PM By Katherine Kallergis
On the ground floor of the new Marshalls building just off of Lincoln Road, Terranova Corp. plans to open a food hall by the summer of 2018. [more]
Solutions include creating a community land bank, luring developers not yet active in SoFlaMarch 30, 2017 04:00PM By Francisco Alvarado
Between 2000 and 2015, the number of single family homes in Wynwood rented by low- to middle-income households dropped from 38 percent to 20 percent, according a new report by the Urban Institute.
The findings stress the need in Miami for more housing that a majority of city residents can afford, according to the report’s authors. [more]Opponents of the withdrawn project criticized its height and impact on trafficMarch 30, 2017 03:15PM
Developer Jimmy Tate has submitted new plans for his Bahia Mar resort and marina, months after he withdrew his proposal due to increasing opposition. [more]
Inside therealdeal.comMartina Abosi also alleges remodeling work was completed without permitsMarch 30, 2017 02:00PM By Franicsco Alvarado
Bahamian investor Martina Abosi wanted to get in on the Airbnb action in Miami Beach to help fund her retirement, so she set out to find a condo in areas of the city where short-term rentals are allowed.
Instead, Abosi paid $330,000 last year for a unit in a 1960s mid-rise tower that was allegedly renovated without permits, located in a neighborhood where short-term rentals are prohibited. And she faces a $20,000 fine should she seek out renters, according to a lawsuit she recently filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court. [more]Deal includes four units at the adjacent Grand hotel-condo buildingMarch 30, 2017 01:20PM By Katherine Kallergis
A Hawaiian firm has sold the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay to a Delaware corporation for $38 million, property records show. [more]President's firm is considering expanding its Scion brand to the nation’s capitalMarch 30, 2017 12:15PMCommercial sector saw increase in construction startsMarch 30, 2017 11:15AM
Construction spending was down 20 percent in South Florida in February compared to the previous year, according to the latest report from Dodge Data & Analytics. [more]Louise Sunshine, Shahab Karmely among confirmed panelists for April 20 eventMarch 30, 2017 10:30AM
Residential pricing continues to rise in Broward County and The Real Deal South Florida is returning to the thriving market to bring together more than 3,000 of South Florida’s biggest names – from brokers, developers and designers to investors and homebuyers – for a day of networking and learning.
In 2017, we’re doing it again. Even bigger, even better. Guests will be treated to an in-depth look at new developments and industry products while networking with top real estate investors and professionals. [more]The train line will be a boon for tourism as well, experts sayMarch 30, 2017 09:45AM By Dan Weil
From the March issue: All Aboard Florida’s Brightline train service between Miami and West Palm Beach, scheduled to begin this summer, has the potential to be transformational for South Florida, local real estate experts agree.
“This will change the way travel and development and redevelopment occur in South Florida,” said Rick Gonzalez, president of REG Architects in West Palm Beach. “You can now work in downtown Miami and live in Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach.”
Brightline, which has been under construction for almost three years, also includes a stop in Fort Lauderdale and will ultimately be extended to Orlando as well.
Developers will benefit from the consumer traffic around the stations, said Arden Karson, senior managing director of CBRE South Florida, adding, “Brightline will … ultimately make these downtown areas much more attractive as a destination for residential, commercial and retail real estate investment and development.” [more]« Previous Next »
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