Instructor de natación de Florida fue acusado por abusar de dos menores

Instructor de natación de Florida fue acusado por abusar de dos menores

Un instructor de natación del sur de Florida se enfrenta a dos cargos más de abuso lascivo contra un niño menor de 12 años después de que dos niñas de 7 años y sus madres se presentaron con más acusaciones contra el hombre.

Por Redacción Miami Diario

Según los informes de su arresto, las víctimas dijeron a sus madres que Daniel Díaz-Mejia, de 20 años, de Cutler Bay, puso su mano debajo de sus trajes de baño y tocó sus vaginas durante las clases de natación en la piscina comunitaria Helen Sands en 16350 SW 280th St.

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Díaz-Mejia fue arrestado inicialmente el 16 de julio bajo sospecha de hacer lo mismo con dos niñas de 9 años en la misma piscina.

Las autoridades dijeron que él admitió esas acusaciones después de haber sido detenido y agregó que había abusado de dos niñas más, de 7 y 8 años de edad.

La madre del niño de 8 años se presentó ante los detectives poco después del arresto de Díaz-Mejia.

La policía dijo que la madre de otra niña se puso en contacto con la Oficina de Víctimas Especiales más tarde en la investigación y les dijo a los detectives que su hija de 7 años también fue abusada por el instructor de natación.

Díaz-Mejia, quien ahora enfrenta cinco cargos de abuso lascivo y lascivo a un niño menor de 12 años, está detenido en el Centro Correccional Turner Guilford Knight sin fianza. Se espera que comparezca en la corte el viernes.

Fuente: Local10

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This MiMo landmark in Miami Beach could be designated historic – but not before owner locks in zoning changes

This MiMo landmark in Miami Beach could be designated historic – but not before owner locks in zoning changes

International Inn (Credit: Phillip Pessar via Flickr)

International Inn (Credit: Phillip Pessar via Flickr)

After more than two years of negotiations, the owner of International Inn in Miami Beach won’t contest a historic designation for the waterfront lodge so long as she can use the property as a full fledged hotel and have the option to build an eight-story addition.

On Wednesday, the Miami Beach land use committee endorsed an in-house proposal to make the 1956 building designed by renowned architect – and Morris Lapidus protégé – Melvin Grossman a historic landmark.

At the same time, the Miami Beach board, made up of three city commissioners, allowed a proposed development agreement between Tsay International and Miami Beach to be considered by the city’s planning board.

“This is a landmark building that many of us want to see preserved and repurposed for a potentially better use,” said Commissioner Ricky Arriola.

The draft agreement states that Tsay will give its voluntary consent to the historic designation upon the city approving amendments to its land use regulations that would allow for a hotel as the main permitted use, a reduction in minimum parking requirements, a bar and restaurant and an increase in the allowable building height from 55 feet to 80 feet.

Tsay International, which is headed by Belsa Tsay, is seeking the height increase for a possible eight-story addition on the northern portion of the property located at 2301 Normandy Drive in Normandy Isles, according to the draft development agreement.

In May 2017, the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board unanimously voted to direct city staff to explore the feasibility of making the International Inn a historic landmark. At the time, the building’s future was uncertain amid a state of disrepair and reports of criminal activity.

Under the current zoning regulations, the property could be redeveloped as a multifamily building as tall as 50 feet. Tsay International paid $3.1 million for International Inn in March 2001, property records show.

Alex Tachmes, Tsay International’s lawyer, said his client sought to work out a compromise following the preservation board’s vote. “If the city decides not to proceed, we will go back to operating the property like we have always done,” Tachmes said. “This was dumped on us and we are trying to work out an appropriate solution.”

This Palm Beach mansion sold after a 36% price chop

Estate of Robert Tomsich, who founded appliance maker company, and his wife sold the property

151 Via Bellaria, Chris Leavitt and Jim McCann

151 Via Bellaria, Chris Leavitt and Jim McCann

A Palm Beach mansion that hit the market last October for $24 million has sold, but at a sharp discount.

The Tomsich family sold their estate at 151 Via Bellaria to the chairman of Alliant Insurance for $15.4 million. The closing price followed another reduction in February, when the 13,826-square-foot home was chopped to $17 million.

It’s the latest of a number of ultra-high-end residential sales to close in Palm Beach this summer. The $105 million sale of 1295 South Ocean Boulevard in June marked a new record for the most expensive single-family home sale in the town. And earlier this month, the former estate of convicted fraudster and developer Robert Matthews sold for $30.2 million to Vahan and Danielle Gureghian, a couple who run a charter school business.

For the Via Bellaria sale, property records show the buyer was Peter Worth of Alliant Insurance Services. Worth joined Alliant when his company, American Benefits Consulting, an employee benefits consulting firm, was acquired by Newport Beach, California-based Alliant in 2015.

The estate of Robert J. Tomsich, founder and chairman of Nesco Inc., a small food appliance maker, and Suzanne Tomsich sold the non-waterfront home. Robert Tomsich died in August 2018. The couple, native to Cleveland and longtime residents of Palm Beach, were also philanthropists, most recently giving $2 million to create an endowment fund to Cleveland Clinic Florida, which renamed its West Palm Beach facility after them in 2017.

The five-bedroom mansion sold for $1,115 per square foot. It sits on a 1.14-acre lot. Jim McCann of Premier Estate Properties was the listing agent, according to Zillow.
The Palm Beach property features gardens, two two-car garages, a master suite and separate cabana. It last sold in 1998 for $5.5 million.

Chris Leavitt of Douglas Elliman represented the buyer. He declined to comment.

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Las vacaciones fiscales de Florida comienzan el 2 de agosto y los representantes se preparan para realizar las compras de los útiles que necesitan sus hijos para este regreso a la escuela.

Por Redacciòn MiamiDiario

La Federación de Minoristas de la Florida confirmò que este año se extenderá el período de exención de impuestos desde el 2 de agosto hasta el 6 de agosto, lo que permitirá a las familias con hijos en edad escolar adquirir ropa, zapatos y útiles escolares sin impuestos.

«Este evento anual proporciona a los floridanos un alivio tributario muy necesario, a la vez que proporciona un buen impulso a nuestros minoristas locales. Felicitamos al gobernador DeSantis y a nuestros líderes legislativos por su apoyo a las familias de Florida», señalò R. Scott Shalley, Presidente y CEO de FRF.

Se espera que durante esos días no haya impuestos sobre productos electrónicos de hasta $1000. Si desea conocer los artículos libres de impuestos, haga clic aquí.

 

 

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Miami Beach investors head north, buy Broward rental portfolio

Miami Beach investors head north, buy Broward rental portfolio

From left: Joseph Thomas, Adam Duncan and Tyler Carbonelli

From left: Joseph Thomas, Adam Duncan and Tyler Carbonelli

Miami Beach investors Jack Avid and Steven Oved paid $8.9 million for a 54-unit portfolio of apartments in east Broward County.

Madison Realty Investors sold the following properties:
— 15-unit Jasmine Court apartments at 816-822 Northeast 18th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale
— 14-unit BV Apartments at 2850 Northeast 30th Place in Fort Lauderdale
— 10-unit Victor Apartments at 3451 Northeast 11th Avenue in Oakland Park
— 8-unit Vic Park Apartments at 823-825 Northeast 18th Avenue
— 7-unit 11th Street Apartments at 2429 Northeast 11th Street in Fort Lauderdale

The portfolio was marketed by Joseph Thomas, Adam Duncan and Tyler Carbonelli of Marcus & Millichap. It sold for about $165,000 per unit.

Madison Realty Investors owns apartment buildings in Colorado and Florida, focusing on “undervalued” properties in the $2 million to $10 million range in core markets, according to its website. The firm has $60 million of assets under management totaling 1,000 units.

Companies managed by Avid and Oved – 816 Jasmine LLC, 2850 BV Apartments LLC, 3451 Victor LLC, 823 Vic Park LLC and 2429 Galleria 11 Street LLC – purchased the apartment buildings.

Avid and Oved recently sold the SoBe Hostel in Miami Beach for $10 million, after buying the property in 2015 for $8.23 million.

In 2016, the duo, who originally invested in hotels and apartment buildings in New York, paid $11.1 million for a seven-story apartment building fronting South Dixie Highway in Coconut Grove.

Multifamily arm of Florida Crystals nabs construction loan for Hialeah project

Lennar sold the nearly 11-acre site in 2017 for $9M

Juan Porro and Pepe Fanjul Jr.

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The apartment development arm of Florida Crystals closed on a $38 million construction loan for a new project in Hialeah.

FC Hialeah Development LLC scored the financing from PNC Bank for the 245-unit development planned for 11055 West 36th Avenue. The FCI Residential affiliate acquired the 10.8-acre site from Lennar Corp. in 2017 for $9 million.

The property is west of I-75 and east of the Florida Turnpike, near the massive site of the planned American Dream Miami mega-mall. Over a year ago, Triple Five Group scored county commission approval for the $4 billion development when the commission voted to re-designate nearly 174 acres in unincorporated northwest Miami-Dade from “industrial and office” to “business and office.” That will allow Triple Five to build 3.5 million square feet of retail space, a massive theme park and 2,000 hotel rooms on the land.

FCI Residential, led by managing directors Pepe Fanjul Jr. and Juan Porro, has more than 4,500 apartments throughout southern Florida, according to its website.

FCI has as a number of apartment projects in the pipeline in South Florida.

In June, it landed a $54.1 million construction loan from Regions Bank to build a new apartment community in Miramar. The project is approved for up to 300 apartments between Flamingo Road and Red Road just south of the Homestead Extension of the Florida Turnpike.

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Apple presentará tres modelos de iPhone 11 en otoño

Este otoño Apple presentará tres modelos iPhone 11, los mismos tendrán el chip Apple A13, el cual es conocido por su nombre clave de la plataforma Cebu , modelo T8030, detalló 9to5mac.com.

Redacción MiamiDiario

Algunas características de los anteriores modelos como el puerto Lightning continuará en los tres nuevos iPhone 11.También continuarán con la misma resolución de pantalla.

Los iPhone 11 se llaman D42 (iPhone12,3) sustituirá al iPhone XS; D43 (iPhone12,5) suplirá al iPhone XS Max; y N104 (iPhone12,1) reemplazará al iPhone XR.

Los modelos D42 y D43 contarán con una pantalla de Retina OLED 3x, mientras que el modelo N104 continuará con la pantalla de Retina líquida 2x.

Los nuevos iPhone 11 tendrán un nuevo motor Taptic, llamado salto hápticos . Todavía no se conocen los detalles de este nuevo motor, pero se cree que mejorará el Haptic Touch ya que los nuevos dispositivos no dispondrán con 3D Touch.

Cabe destacar que Apple aún no ha podido introducir el 3D Touch en ningún modelo de iPad desde que sacó el  iPhone 6s.

iOS 13 incluyó Haptic Touch en todos los dispositivos, incluso en el iPad y en el iPod touch. La característica del mismo es que debe presionarse un mayor tiempo.

Cambios en la cámara

Los modelos  D43 tendrán tres cámaras en la parte posterior en un cuadro. Incluirá una cámara que realizará tomas con un gran angular.

Esa cámara gran angular del iPhone 11 tendrá una nueva función conocida como Marco Inteligente, con este sistema se podrá tomar el área alrededor de la zona enmarcada en las imágenes y los videos, además el usuario podrá ajustarlo o corregirla automáticamente en cuanto a perspectiva o realizar recorte en post.

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Brian Tuttle gains key approval for Tuttle Royale project

Brian Tuttle gains key approval for Tuttle Royale project

Brian Tuttle and a rendering of Tuttle Royale

Brian Tuttle and a rendering of Tuttle Royale

Plans for a Royal Palm Beach project that has been referred to as the CityPlace of the West are coming closer to fruition as one phase of the Tuttle Royale development scored approval from village officials.

Royal Palm Beach’s village council voted to approve variances and a site plan that allow for 100 zero-lot-line homes — or houses that come close to the edge of the property — to be built on about 34 acres, according to the Palm Beach Post. Most of the homes will be built on 45-foot-wide lots.

The new residential development is part of a $650 million master-planned community led by developer Brian Tuttle that will include 1,000 apartments, 100 single-family homes, a charter school, a park and a 32-acre commercial center.

Tuttle told the council that Toll Brothers is under contract to build the homes, the Post reported. He originally sought to build townhomes on the property, but after some objections from the nearby neighborhood, he changed plans to single-family homes.

Tuttle began assembling the land from more than 100 owners in 2013.
About three years ago, he sold roughly 30 acres of the community to the Miami-based Related Group for $12.5 million. [Palm Beach Post]Keith Larsen