Perro casi anota touchdown en medio de un partido de futbol americano en Florida (Video)

Perro casi anota touchdown en medio de un partido de futbol americano en Florida (Video)

Un perro se robó la atención del público al atrapar de manera espectacular un disco durante el entretiempo de un partido de fútbol americano disputado el paado 24 de febrero en Orlando (Florida, Estados Unidos), informa la revista Sports Illustrated.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

En el descanso del encuentro entre Orlando Apollos y Memphis Express, el animal corrió 76 metros —alrededor de tres cuartas partes del campo de juego—, agarró el objeto en el aire y provocó la ovación de los espectadores que se encontraban en las tribunas del estadio.

Fuente: RT

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Movers & Shakers: Nancy Hogan joins Douglas Elliman & more

Movers & Shakers: Nancy Hogan joins Douglas Elliman & more

Nancy Hogan and Susan Trevisa

Industry veteran Nancy Barreto Hogan left Brown Harris Stevens and is joining Douglas Elliman as an agent.

Hogan was a general manager at Brown Harris Stevens Miami, as well as at Avatar Real Estate Services, which was later acquired by the Brown Harris Stevens.

She transitioned from managing about 80 agents into an agent role last year, but left because “it’s very difficult to be in a position like that and go to sales” and the opportunity presented itself to work at Douglas Elliman.

Hogan, who has chaired the Florida Real Estate Commission and the county’s Mortgage Fraud Task Force’s Education Committee, said she’s looking forward to being an agent at this stage in her career. She’s based out of Elliman’s new Coral Gables office at 1515 Sunset Drive, led by managing broker Maggie Buck.

Brown Harris Stevens Miami president Phil Gutman said that leaving a management role to become a sales agent within the same company can be difficult. “We remain on good terms with Nancy and wish her the best of luck,” he said.

Susan Trevisa of Fortune Development Sales was tapped to handle sales of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences, a 12-story, 39-unit project being developed by Optimum Development USA in Miami Beach.  Trevisa was a top producer for Fortune at SLS Lux, and has worked on projects that include The Marquis and Icon Brickell.

JLL hired Brian M. Cornrich as a senior vice president and Merritt Etner as an associate in South Florida. Cornrich previously led the Crest office in Washington, D.C., and Etner was an associate at Cushman & Wakefield in Palm Beach and Broward counties.

Compson Associates hired Valerie Cacciaguida as director of project management for Compson Homes. She will be responsible for the design, planning and execution of the division’s luxury home projects.

Lee & Associates brought on Nicole Messer as a senior vice president of retail investment sales and leasing. Messer was previously vice president at Stiles Realty, broker and owner of NM Commercial Realty and a broker associate with Adler Realty.

As it prepares to open, One Thousand Museum hired Mame Sow as the director of culinary. Sow has worked for Townhouse Restaurant Group, Hotel Rivington and Spot Dessert Bar, where she was pastry chef. She’s also currently the pastry chef at Norman Van Aken’s Three restaurant in Wynwood.

Brown Harris Stevens brought on agents Carlos Siguientes, Cathy Zemsky, Larisa Maslykinas and Andrea Schaefer in the brokerage’s Miami Beach office.

Tim O’Keefe was promoted to executive director of strategic growth and client relations at KW Property Management & Consulting, and Frank Simone, a Miami-based attorney, is now the in-house general counsel for the company. Both were named partners. KW’s portfolio includes Brickell Heights, The Marquis, The Plaza Coral Gables, Jade Signature and Privé at Island Estates.

Coral Gables mansion listed for $68M heads to auction

Coral Gables mansion listed for $68M heads to auction

Waterfront estate on Arvida Parkway will be auctioned with no reserve March 19-22

Marc Hameroff, Lourdes Alatriste, and 41 Arvida Parkway

A Coral Gables waterfront mansion listed for $68 million will head to auction next month, and could mark one of the highest-priced residential sales in Miami-Dade County.

The estate at 41 Arvida Parkway hit the market last week, and will be auctioned March 19-22 by Concierge Auctions, said Marc Hameroff, who has the listing with Lourdes Alatriste. Both work for Engel & Völkers Miami.

The 14,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom, nine-and-three-half-bathroom home will be auctioned without a reserve. The property was last purchased for $25 million in 2012, according to property records. ICB Properties of Miami LLC, led by Vincent Miclet, who owns PetroPlus Overseas, an Angola-based petroleum company, owns the estate.

Hameroff said the owner, a French businessman, gutted the former Mediterranean house on the property and rebuilt it, intending to keep it for his own use. But he is not moving to the United States “and wants to get rid of the asset,” Hameroff said.

An auction is the best option to sell the home fast, Hameroff said. “Concierge will spend north of $250,000 in a six-week period and will get eyes on this property that would not normally see this, from all around the world,” he said.

The house, designed by Graciela Leanza, has 574 feet of water frontage on a 1.24-acre lot. It features a protected canal dock that can accommodate a 200-foot-plus mega-yacht with a separate sewer system and fresh water filling station. The home also has an outdoor summer kitchen, pool and separate captain’s quarters adjacent to the dock.

The estate is near the former waterfront mansion of auto magnate Alan Potamkin, at 1 Casa Casuarina Concourse, which Potamkin sold for $43.7 million in 2017.

Earlier this month, the $49.9 million sale of 3 Indian Creek Road on the exclusive Indian Creek Island set a new record for single-family home sales in Miami-Dade.

Reformation and Style Styles host a shopping event for a cause.

Reformation and Style Styles host a shopping event for a cause.

Isabela Grutman and Rachael Russell from Style Saves are hosting a shopping event for a cause at the Reformation Miami Design District store. Swing by, find some clothes, support a good organi…

SeaWorld liberó 16 tortugas marinas de Kemp’s tras cumplir con un periodo de rehabilitación

SeaWorld liberó 16 tortugas marinas de Kemp’s tras cumplir con un periodo de rehabilitación

La semana pasada, el equipo de rescate de SeaWorld Orlando lanzó 16 tortugas marinas de Kemp’s en las aguas cerca de Canaveral National Seashore. Quince de las tortugas fueron retenidas para rehabilitación en las instalaciones de cuidados críticos de SeaWorld Orlando luego de ser rescatadas por la Sociedad de Massachusetts Audubon en aguas frías frente a la costa de Nueva Inglaterra.

“Al llegar a Orlando, el equipo de cuidado animal de SeaWorld realizó exámenes completos para determinar el mejor tratamiento para cada tortuga. Muchos de los animales sufrían de neumonía; algunos también fueron tratados por úlceras corneales, desnutrición y otros efectos del aturdimiento por frío.

Después de tres meses de atención individualizada que consistía en antibióticos, líquidos y dietas especiales, las tortugas fueron liberadas para regresar al océano”, señaló SeaWorld.

“La 16ª tortuga, también una tortuga de Kemp, fue rescatada a principios de este invierno de la Costa Atlántica. Después de meses de tratamiento, incluido un tratamiento diario con nebulizador para tratar la neumonía, la tortuga formó parte del regreso al océano de ayer “.

SeaWorld destacó lo raras que son estas tortugas.

“Las tortugas de Kemp son las especies más amenazadas de tortugas marinas. “La interferencia humana, la interrupción de nidos y la pérdida de hábitat son solo algunas de las razones del declive de la población“, señaló SeaWorld.

“En colaboración con las agencias gubernamentales y las instalaciones de vida marina asociadas, el equipo de rescate de SeaWorld ha rescatado más de 2,000 tortugas marinas desde 1980. Durante más de 50 años, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment ha ayudado a animales necesitados, enfermos, heridos, huérfanos o Abandonado, con el objetivo de devolverlos a la naturaleza. “Más de 33,000 animales han sido rescatados por el experto equipo de rescate de animales que está disponible las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana”.

 

Fuente: Florida Daily

 

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AECOM, Canyon Partners JV will spend $4B to develop properties nationwide

AECOM, Canyon Partners JV will spend $4B to develop properties nationwide

AECOM CEO Michael Burke and Canyon Partners’ co-CEOs Joshua Friedman and Mitchell Julis 

AECOM Capital and Canyon Partners will invest $4 billion into a joint venture for developing “large-scale, institutional quality” commercial real estate projects across the country.

AECOM Capital — the investment arm of AECOM — and asset management firm Canyon will focus on developing core assets in the top 25 U.S. markets, according to a joint release. That includes in the Los Angeles area, where both companies are headquartered.

The partnership will develop on all property types, including residential, office and mixed-use complexes, and sell to institutional buyers.

The joint venture has so far invested $65 million into three projects. Those include a mixed-use development in L.A.’s Culver City, called Ivy Station; a 250-key hotel in Silicon Valley’s Menlo Park; and a 525-unit project in Washington, D.C.

Both firms are heavily active in Los Angeles. AECOM is developing a 51-story tower in Downtown’s South Park neighborhood. The project was one of the largest proposed last year. It’s also managing construction on Related Companies’ and CORE’s $1 billion Grand Avenue development, executing a Frank Gehry design that includes two large towers.

Canyon manages a number of assets around L.A. and has provided financing on new construction as well.

Beth Azor launches retail redevelopment of 40-year-old office property in Plantation

Beth Azor 2000 and 100 South Pine Island Road in Plantation

South Florida shopping center investor Beth Azor started to redevelop an aging office property on a busy intersection in Plantation.

A company led by Azor, FLA BPI LLC, broke ground for construction of a 6,400-square-foot retail plaza on the corner of Pine Island Road and Broward Boulevard in Plantation.

The retail plaza, which will feature a Starbucks café with a drive-through lane, is under construction on vacant land on the south side of the three-acre parcel.

“We developed a similar project a few miles away in Davie, also anchored by Starbucks, and it has been a home run,” Azor said in a prepared statement.  “We are hoping to replicate the same success in Plantation.”

Construction of the retail plaza is scheduled for completion in early 2020. The general contractor is Lombardi Development of Fort Lauderdale.

In September, Azor plans to demolish the dilapidated office building built in 1979 to clear the site for a new development that probably will be a retail building.

Azor acquired the Plantation office property at 100 South Pine Island Road for $5.8 million in 2016. Her company, Azor Advisory Services, owns six South Florida retail properties valued at nearly $80 million.– Mike Seemuth

Miami Design District & Fondation Haute Horlogerie Present Watches & Wonders Miami 2019

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Hombre de Miami Beach pagó $50 por pornografía de niño de 9 años y ahora pagará 20 años de cárcel

Hombre de Miami Beach pagó $50 por pornografía de niño de 9 años y ahora pagará 20 años de cárcel

El trabajo de Jay Sall en la recuperación de desastres le proporcionó una casa clásica de Miami Beach en la década de 1930 que compartió con su esposa, su hijastra y un bote de 39 pies.

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Pero había un lado más oscuro. Sall está acusado de aceptar pagar $ 200 por sexo con un hijo prepúber y pagó $ 50 por un video pornográfico personalizado protagonizado por el niño.

El jueves, Sall, de 54 años, fue sentenciado a 20 años en una prisión federal y se le ordenó pagar una multa de $ 50,000 luego de declararse culpable de intentar incitar a un menor a participar en una actividad sexual.

La persona que Sall pensó que le estaba vendiendo violación infantil y pornografía infantil era un agente encubierto del FBI. El agente recibió a Sall en más de dos años de conversaciones por correo electrónico y la aplicación de mensajes instantáneos Kik, en la que Sall utilizó los nombres “flboater123@gmail.com” y “flboater123”.

Fuente: Miami Herald

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EJF Capital’s Opportunity Zone fund backs new Marriott Moxy hotel in Oakland

EJF Capital’s Opportunity Zone fund backs new Marriott Moxy hotel in Oakland

Manny Friedman, Moxy hotel (Credit: Getty, Lowney Architecture)

Marriott International is set to build one of the first new hotels that downtown Oakland has seen in years thanks to tax incentives stemming from the federal Opportunity Zone program.

The 173-room Moxy hotel is set to open in 2021 and will be marketed to millennial travelers. The new hotel will replace a gas station at 2225 Telegraph Avenue in the Uptown neighborhood, which is a designated Opportunity Zone , a program created under President Donald Trump’s tax overhaul.

Opportunity Zones creates significant tax benefits and deferrals for investors who park money in projects located in low-income areas. Developers and investors have been so enamored with the year-old program that many have launched funds in hopes of cashing in.

Indeed, EJF Capital, a hedge fund run by veteran investor Manny Friedman, invested $50 million in the Moxy project via its Opportunity Zone fund, which launched last fall with a fundraising target for $500 million. EJF was previously partnered with Anthony Scaramucci’s hedge fund, SkyBridge Capital, to manage what the partners claimed would be a $3 billion Opportunity Zone fund, but the arrangement fell apart last month.

San Francisco-based real estate manager and developer Tidewater Capital led the entitlement process and will manage construction. Graves Hospitality, which is headquartered in Minneapolis, will manage the Moxy while Lowney Architecture is designing the property. There are currently 14 Moxy hotels in the U.S.

The Uptown neighborhood has recently attracted entertainment firms and retail projects such as the Fox Oakland Theater and Paramount Theater. Jack Dorsey also recently announced that Square Inc. will lease the entire 350,000 square-foot Uptown Station redevelopment located three blocks from the new Moxy location.