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  • Time Out Market gets narrow vote of approval from Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board

    Board divided over impact of proposed gourmet food hall to the neighborhood
    March 13, 2017 05:15PM

    Rendering of Time Out Market and Paul Cejas

    After more than two hours of contentious debate, the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board on Monday allowed the developer to apply for permits for the proposed Time Out Market at 1601 Drexel Avenue, on the ground floor of a parking garage, just around the corner from Lincoln Road. [more]

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  • Miami Beach mayor says coastal cities need more state and federal help to deal with sea-level rise

    Mayor Philip Levine says red tape makes it hard to get money for mitigation efforts
    March 10, 2017 08:45AM

    Ocean Drive in Miami Beach and Mayor Philip Levine (Ocean Drive photo by Michele Eve Sandberg/Corbis via Getty Images)

    Calling sea level rise an “existential threat,” Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine on Thursday called on federal and state authorities to do more to help coastal cities like Miami Beach deal with rising tides that he says are threatening cities like his.   [more]

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  • Sea levels are rising, so developers and governments need to band together: panel

    Climate change means more rain and higher temps, and as it gets hotter, mosquitoes bite more
    March 09, 2017 04:30PM

    Flooding in Fort Lauderdale (Credit: Getty Images) Inset: Caroline Lewis, David Martin, Jimmy Morales and Tiffany Troxler

    As the oceans continue to rise, Miami-Dade County communities will need to collaborate more with developers in order to form sustainable communities. [more]

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  • South Florida has 8 of state’s 10 priciest homes for sale

    PropertyShark.com reported that three are in Palm Beach and two are in Miami Beach
    March 05, 2017 03:00PM

    800 South Pointe Drive, Apartment 2204, in Miami Beach

    Eight of the 10 most expensive Florida homes listed for sale are in South Florida, including two in Miami Beach and three in Palm Beach,  New York City-based PropertyShark.com reported.

    Listed for sale for the first time in 30 years, a 10-bedroom house at 46 Star Island in Miami Beach has a $65 million asking price, the sixth-most expensive listing in Florida. The residence, which was fully renovated last year, features a 3,000-bottle wine cellar and a living room the size of a ballroom. Miami Beach pioneer Carl Fisher built the historic property. One Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing. [more]

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  • Time Out Market, a gourmet food hall, coming to Miami Beach

    Board signed off on plans for eatery on ground floor of parking garage adjacent to Lincoln Road
    March 01, 2017 03:00PM

    Rendering of Time Out Market at 1601 Drexel Avenue and Paul Cejas

    More dining options are in the works for Miami Beach residents and visitors near Lincoln Road, with Time Out Market, a gourmet food hall, opening soon. [more]

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  • Related Group’s proposed Terminal Island project faces Coast Guard objections

    Re-zoning of site on hold after questions raised on whether Related owns a majority of lot frontage
    March 01, 2017 11:20AM

    Rendering of the Related Group’s proposal on Terminal Island and Jorge Perez

    The Related Group’s plans to build a 25-story luxury condominium on Terminal Island, which sits off the MacArthur Causeway on Miami Beach, could have a “negative impact on security and operations” at the Coast Guard Miami Beach station that shares the island with Miami Beach fleet management facilities, an FPL facility and parking and ferry facilities for Fisher Island, U.S. Coast Guard officials said.   

    Speaking at a meeting of the Miami Beach Planning Board, the base’s commander Captain Brian Keffer said Coast Guard operations on Terminal Island are characterized by “an elevated level of industrial maintenance, that will negatively impact any residence.”    [more]

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  • Worldwide Properties opens 3rd Miami Beach office

    The real estate brokerage and management company was founded in 2008
    February 26, 2017 11:00AM

    J. “Eddy” Martinez, broker and CEO of Worldwide Properties

    Property broker and manager Worldwide Properties opened its third office in Miami Beach at a South of Fifth location.

    Worldwide opened the office at 400 Alton Road, TH 104, next to the Miami Beach Marina. The company also has Miami Beach offices at 1500 Bay Road and 225 Collins Avenue.

    “Known for its water frontage, beaches and world class boaters’ paradise, it made sense to open our third location in [more]

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  • Still in style: J.Crew head revealed as buyer of Calvin Klein’s $13M Miami Beach home

    Millard "Mickey" Drexler and his wife Peggy Drexler bought the North Bay Road home
    February 24, 2017 12:00PM

    4452 North Bay Road Inset: Calvin Klein (Credit: Getty Images)

    It turns out Calvin Klein’s home remains in fashion.

    Records reveal the buyer of Klein’s $13 million waterfront North Bay Road house in Miami Beach is the head of J.Crew. [more]

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  • Calvin Klein’s North Bay Road home in Miami Beach sells for $13.15M

    Home hit the market in 2015 at $16M, then was relisted in October at $15M
    February 22, 2017 10:30AM

    4452 North Bay Road. Inset: Calvin Klein (Credit: Getty Images)

    UPDATED Feb. 23, 9:25 a.m.: Calvin Klein has sold his waterfront North Bay Road home in Miami Beach for $13.15 million. [more]

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  • World’s yacht brokers, buyers flock to Miami Beach

    Yachts Miami Beach weekend gets underway as technology is transforming the yachting industry
    February 17, 2017 03:45PM

    Yachts Miami Beach (Credit: Forest Johnson) Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III

    It’s been called the Super Bowl of yachting.

    Every February, Miami Beach turns into a global destination for the floating 1 percent. Thousands of spectators, brokers and a much smaller number of buyers — those who can afford to drop millions of dollars on a tech-laden yacht — flock to Indian Creek and other locations around the city to gawk, pose, and in a couple of hundred discreet transactions actually sign a contract to purchase the ultimate status symbol; a world class yacht that can stretch up to 500 feet.     [more]

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