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2000 Ocean. The First U.S. Project Curated by Minotti

2000 Ocean. The First U.S. Project Curated by Minotti

A once sleepy Florida retirement area gears up to offer the ultimate in luxury living. Located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Hallandale Beach has typically been known as a beach community popular with retirees. That’s quickly changing as the community is now becoming a high-end real estate hot spot. Over the past 10 years, the average age in the community...

Miami’s Hottest Renderings 2016

Miami’s Hottest Renderings 2016

There’s nothing like renderings of sleek, new South Florida projects to excite agents, buyers and consumers of South Florida real estate news during a slow point in the real estate cycle. From the tall and thin towers of Brickell and Edgewater to the bevy of renderings submitted for a (now failed) public-private partnership on a Miami Dade College-owned site in...

With 2017 Approaching, South Florida’s Real Estate Market Is Still Kicking

With 2017 Approaching, South Florida’s Real Estate Market Is Still Kicking

Keeping up with South Florida tradition, a number of big-dollar real estate deals have marked the last few weeks of the year. Starting with a major step forward for the $2 billion Miami Worldcenter project, developers CIM Group and Falcone Group scored a hefty construction loan for the project’s 444-unit apartment complex. The $89 million loan will fuel...

Homeowners twice as house rich as five years ago

Homeowners twice as house rich as five years ago

America’s housing market is heating up again, fortifying the finances of current homeowners and frustrating potential first-time buyers. After hitting bottom in 2012, home prices took off dramatically before leveling off a bit in mid-2014. In the last two months, though, they turned higher again. The amount of equity homeowners now have — the value...

Little Haiti Development

Little Haiti Development

A Miami-based company has submitted plans to the Urban Development Review Board for a large-scale, mixed-use project on 22 acres it owns in Little Haiti. The Eastridge Special Area Plan (SAP) proposal would replace the Design Place Apartments at 5045 Northeast Second Avenue in Miami. SPV Realty owns the existing apartments, built in 1948. Kobi Karp is the...

See How Miami has Grown since 1984 in This Time-Lapse Video

See How Miami has Grown since 1984 in This Time-Lapse Video

In this time-lapse video from Google Earth starting in 1984, see how Miami has grown by about a million people from 1.7 million in 1984 to more than 2.6 million today. Click Full Article to watch the video. Full Article Save Article Article Feedback Share...