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ICE iniciará deportaciones aceleradas desde el 1 de septiembre en todo el territorio nacional

ICE iniciará deportaciones aceleradas desde el 1 de septiembre en todo el territorio nacional

Anunciada la tercera semana de julio, la medida amplió a nivel nacional el programa denominado de Deportación Acelerada (Expedited Removal), que hasta ahora solo se aplica dentro de las primeras 100 millas (160 kilómetros) de la frontera.

Por Redacción Miami Diario

La Oficina de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE), agencia federal encargada de las deportaciones, dedicó seis semanas para supervisar el nuevo reglamento e instruir a sus agentes antes de activarla.

“ICE no comenzará a procesar rápidamente casos de deportación bajo esta designación aproximadamente hasta el 1 de septiembre de 2019”, se lee en un memorando del director interino de ICE, Matthew Albence, fechado el 24 de julio.

Hasta ahora la medida sólo se aplica dentro de las primeras 100 millas desde la frontera.

Albence también explica en el documento que la agencia “debe configurarse para rastrear todos los casos procesados según la designación de deportación expedita, de modo que se pueda generar un informe rápido”.

La nueva regla, redactada en el marco de la política de tolerancia cero del gobierno de Donald Trump, “es fundamental para responder a la actual crisis que enfrenta nuestro sistema de inmigración con todas las herramientas legales que el Congreso ha brindado”, indica Albence.

La nueva medida afectará directamente a los extranjeros que tienen antecedentes criminales y que no pueden probar que han estado en el territorio estadounidense en los últimos dos años. La regla actual exige un mínimo de 14 días. Entre ellos indocumentados con órdenes de deportación final.

De acuerdo con el memorando de Albence, los agentes “tienen una amplia discreción para aplicar la deportación acelerada en casos individuales, o para permitir que los extranjeros salgan voluntariamente o retiren sus solicitudes de admisión, y también para colocar a los extranjeros en procedimientos de deportación ante un juez de inmigración”.

La nueva regla se utilizará en el denominado Programa de Extranjería Criminal, redadas en lugares de trabajo, cuando los agentes se encuentran con extranjeros que han sido arrestados por otra agencia de aplicación de la ley por alguna actividad criminal. o cuando los agentes se encuentran con trabajadores ilegales en los lugares de trabajo destinados a acciones de ejecución basadas en pistas de investigación”.

Albance dice que “al ejercer esta discreción, los agentes no deben volver a examinar la determinación hecha antes del 23 de julio de 2019 (cuando se anunció la regla) para colocar a un extranjero en procedimiento de deportación”.

Fuente: Univisión

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Nashville broker posts oral sex selfie alongside kitchen and pool listing pics

Nashville broker posts oral sex selfie alongside kitchen and pool listing pics

137 Saxon Mist Drive (Credit: Scoop Nashville and Benchmark)

137 Saxon Mist Drive (Credit: Scoop Nashville and Benchmark)

It happens all the time: a broker is showing a home to prospective buyers and almost has them ready to sign a contract, but they pull out at the last minute because they just can’t picture themselves having oral sex in the bedroom.

People interested in the 2,900-square-foot four-bedroom home at 137 Saxon Mist Drive in Nashville would likely not have this problem, as Benchmark Realty’s Miguel Calvo uploaded a photo of himself receiving fellatio to the listing, according to Scoop Nashville. The home has a $399,000 asking price.

Calvo confirmed to Scoop Nashville that he had uploaded the photo and that it was of himself, but he did not say whether he did it on purpose or by mistake.

The posting included 31 photos of the home, but for some reason, the oral sex photo has attracted more attention than the kitchen, bathrooms and pool photos. This could be because it’s the only photo that is basically porn.

The photo has since been taken down, but its legacy will endure forever. [Scoop Nashville] – Eddie Small

Nashville broker posts oral sex selfie alongside kitchen and pool listing pics

Nashville broker posts oral sex selfie alongside kitchen and pool listing pics

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137 Saxon Mist Drive (Credit: Scoop Nashville and Benchmark)

137 Saxon Mist Drive (Credit: Scoop Nashville and Benchmark)

It happens all the time: a broker is showing a home to prospective buyers and almost has them ready to sign a contract, but they pull out at the last minute because they just can’t picture themselves having oral sex in the bedroom.

People interested in the 2,900-square-foot four-bedroom home at 137 Saxon Mist Drive in Nashville would likely not have this problem, as Benchmark Realty’s Miguel Calvo uploaded a photo of himself receiving fellatio to the listing, according to Scoop Nashville. The home has a $399,000 asking price.

Calvo confirmed to Scoop Nashville that he had uploaded the photo and that it was of himself, but he did not say whether he did it on purpose or by mistake.

The posting included 31 photos of the home, but for some reason, the oral sex photo has attracted more attention than the kitchen, bathrooms and pool photos. This could be because it’s the only photo that is basically porn.

The photo has since been taken down, but its legacy will endure forever. [Scoop Nashville] – Eddie Small

All eyes on cranes during Hurricane Dorian

Three cranes collapsed during Hurricane Irma in South Florida, despite assurances that they could withstand much higher wind speeds

(Credit: Getty Images)

(Credit: Getty Images)

When Hurricane Irma swept through South Florida in 2017, three construction cranes collapsed amid the raging winds, despite assurances that the equipment could withstand wind speeds of over 100 miles per hour.

Now as Hurricane Dorian is strengthening across the Atlantic and is projected to become the largest hurricane to hit Florida’s east coast since Hurricane Andrew in 1992, developers and construction companies are looking to ensure that the same thing doesn’t happen again.

During Hurricane Irma, cranes collapsed at Related Group’s luxury condo project Gran Paraiso in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, and at Property Markets Group’s X Miami apartment project in downtown Miami. Another crane collapsed at Related Group’s Auberge Beach Residences & Spa in Fort Lauderdale.

In 2017, all the crane issues came from the same crane model SK-315, according to a report issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The SK-315 model was manufactured by Noell Service.

The model had a design issue with the connection between the beam of the crane and the turntable that allows the crane to operate, according to OSHA. The cranes then collapsed when turbulent winds struck the cranes and caused the beam to separate from the equipment’s turntables and fall over.

But according to a report by Local 10 News in Miami, all SK-315 models were removed from the city and have not been brought back after the collapses, according to the Miami Building Department.

Peter Dyga, the CEO of Associated Builders and Contractors of Florida’s East Coast Chapter, said most cranes in Miami can withstand speeds of up to 120 miles per hour and the cranes shouldn’t collapse like last time. He said that cranes will be put into a mode called “weather vane,” which allows them to spin.

“People see them spinning, but that’s what they’re supposed to do. The tension is released by them turning,” Dyga said. “They are designed to be put in that mode and should be fine.”

He added that the cranes are put into the weather vane mode because “there are too many of them to be disassembled for the type of wide event we are looking at.”

Richard Schuerger of John Moriarty & Associates said the construction company has already completed its inspections on the cranes at its projects: 545 Wyn, a mixed-use office development in Wynwood; Elysee, a 57-story tall luxury condo project in the Edgewater neighborhood; and Amli Residential’s apartment development in Midtown Miami.

“The cranes are not coming down,” Schuerger said.

Construction sites buckle down ahead of Hurricane Dorian’s landfall, Brightline suspends service: Daily digest

A daily roundup of South Florida real estate news, deals and more for August 30, 2019

August 30, 2019 05:20PM

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up South Florida’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update this page throughout the day. Please send any tips or deals to [email protected]

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Hurricane Dorian is a Category 3 hurricane as it heads across the Atlantic Ocean toward Florida’s coastline. The storm is projected to make landfall on early Tuesday morning between Martin and Palm Beach Counties as a Category 4 storm, according to the Miami Herald. At 2 p.m. National Hurricane Center said Dorian is increasing in strength in the Atlantic Ocean, with maximum sustained winds at 115 miles per hour, up from 110 miles per hour at the 11 a.m. update. [Miami Herald]

A satellite image of Hurricane Dorian (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

A satellite image of Hurricane Dorian (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

Developers and builders are preparing for the hurricane by securing their construction sites. Across South Florida, developers and builders are securing tower cranes to blow with the wind like a weather vane, putting away debris that could become projectiles and emptying out dumpsters of loose materials as Dorian approaches the Sunshine State. [TRD]

Sergio Rok buys a building in downtown Miami. Downtown Realty Investments LLP, which is tied to Rok Acquisitions, paid $5 million for the property at 275 Northeast First Street. It abuts the buildings at 144 Northeast Third Avenue and 256 Northeast Second Street, which Rok Acquisitions also owns. [TRD]

Real estate deals are on hold due to Hurricane Dorian. Insurance companies hold the key to any real estate closing that involves a mortgage, so it’s no surprise that a major storm would throw a wrench in a buyer’s plans to close on a property. [TRD]

Brightline to suspend service starting this weekend. The high speed rail’s final departures from West Palm Beach and Miami will depart at 12 p.m. on Saturday, the company said. Rail crossings along the corridor will be secured by Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) in anticipation of gusts reaching 35 miles per hour within the next 72 hours. [TRD]

Entrepreneurs from the Czech Republic paid $17 million for two units at One Thousand Museum. It marked the most expensive closing to date at the Zaha Hadid-designed condo tower. Cimex Invest, led by Jana Sobotova and Petr Lukes closed on units 5501 and 5502 at the 62-story, 84-unit luxury tower at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. [TRD]

D.R. Horton heads south. Homebuilder D.R. Horton paid $11.5 million for 25 acres in Florida City as homebuilders continue to push south and buy land in southern Miami-Dade County. Arlington, Texas-based DR Horton bought the property at 612 Northeast 4th Street in Florida City for $452,756 per acre, records show. Florida City 70 Acres LLC, which is led by Alicio Pina, sold the property. [TRD]

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Sunny Isles development boom could slow. Sunny Isles Beach gave preliminary approval to a moratorium on real estate development on the west side of Collins Avenue. The moratorium is in an area with low- and mid-rise building across from a high-rise row of oceanfront condo towers. [TRD]

A renewed optimism for trade talks between the U.S. and China helped push real estate stocks up so far this week, along with the broader stock market. Since Monday, the S&P 500 is up 2 percent, and 19 of the 28 real estate stocks The Real Deal follows — a mix of real estate investment trusts, real estate services firms and technology companies — also made gains for the week. [TRD]

Morgan Group and Mesirow Financial closed on a $80 million refinance. The development group secured the loan for their Midtown apartment tower next to the popular Cuban restaurant Enriqueta’s Sandwich Shop. Miami Midtown 29 LLC, a joint venture between Houston-based Morgan Group and Mesirow Financial, will use the financing from TIAA for Midtown 29 at 180 Northeast 29th Street. [TRD]

Thor Equities plans to spend $900 million on logistics space as it launches a new e-commerce business. Thor appears to be joining many companies in a move away from brick and mortar to online shopping by developing warehouse facilities. ThorLogis already has two developments in the works — one in Red Hook, Brooklyn and one in the Netherlands. [WSJ]

Realogy’s stock drops below $5 per share. Realogy is the biggest brokerage conglomerate in the country. And its stock is now worth $4.75.
Shares are down nearly 22 percent since the market opened after Realogy announced changes to a military referral program that will impact its 2020 earnings. The change was disclosed in regulatory filings late Wednesday. In the filings, Realogy said it was ending its current military rewards program, offered through the United Services Automobile Association. [TRD]

Why are so many people leaving New York? Data compiled by Bloomberg shows that roughly 277 people are leaving New York every day — more than any other major U.S. city. According to the report, 200,000 residents left New York last year; many are pushed out by the high cost of homes and local taxes. [Bloomberg]

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La empresa de traslado y alquiler de contenedores U-Haul ofrecerá servicio gratis en Florida tras llegada de Dorian

La empresa de traslado y alquiler de contenedores U-Haul ofrecerá servicio gratis en Florida tras llegada de Dorian

Todas la pertenencias que consideres necesarias guardar en un sitio seguro, podrás meterla dentro de un contenedor que la empresa se encuentra ofreciendo de forma gratuita, sin embargo solo deberá ser uno por persona, encontrándose disponible desde ya la opción de solicitud.

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El Huracán Dorian pudiese estar afectando a una gran cantidad de personas, si no se tiene la organización necesaria antes de que llegue el mismo. Es por ello que ahora la reconocida compañía de mudanzas U-Haul se encuentra ofreciendo su ayuda a quienes más lo necesiten al dejar gratis su servicio de almacenamiento en 100 localidades de Florida durante un mes.

También están indicaron sobre el uso de los contenedores U-Box, sin embargo tienen un límite de una unidad por persona y la misma ya se encuentra disponible. Cal Conner, el presidente de la reconocida compañía expresó: «miles de residentes están preparando sus hogares para la tormenta que se aproxima (…) los huracanes crean una necesidad inmediata de ubicaciones seguras donde los residentes puedan almacenar las pertenencias que desean proteger», poniendo la necesidad de las personas por delante de intereses económicos.

Todo tiene un motivo mayor: muchos expertos e inclusive el presidente estadounidense Donald Trump han indicado sobre la posibilidad de que el huracán Dorian sea uno de los peores de los últimos tiempos en tocar suelo estadounidense, mismo que se estima podría estar llegando este lunes al centro de la costa de Florida.

«Como miembros de muchas comunidades en Florida, estamos en una posición única para ayudar a los demás, extendiendo a nuestros vecinos nuestro programa gratuito de alivio a desastres a lo largo del estado», recalcó Conner.

A continuación podrán ver las ubicaciones disponibles en el Sur de la Florida, cortesía de la web Periódico Cubano:

  1. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Coconut Creek: 5431 Johnson Road. Coconut Creek, Fl. 33073. (954) 428-7369.
  2. U-Haul Moving & Storage en Broward Blvd: 2800 W. Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312. (954) 584-1500.
  3. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Hialeah: 6150 W. 20th Ave. Hialeah, FL 33016. (305) 556-0562.
  4. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Homestead: 1050 N. Flagler Ave. Homestead, FL 33030. (305) 248-2505.
  5. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Key Largo: 103530 Overseas Hwy. Key Largo, FL 33037. (305) 451-0677.
  6. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Margate: 1700 N. State Road 7 Margate, FL 33063. (954) 973-2440.
  7. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Doral: 8700 NW 77th Court Medley, FL 33166. (305) 805-7109.
  8. U-Haul Moving & Storage at 36th St.: 2460 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33142. (305) 634-0673
  9. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Dade County: 5341 NW 7th Ave. Miami, FL 33127. (305) 795-1170.
  10. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Dadeland: 6701 S. Dixie Hwy. Miami, FL 33143. (305) 661-2182.
  11. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Dolphin: 10895 NW 21st St. Miami, FL 33172. (305) 406-1006.
  12. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Greater Miami: 1000 NE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33132. (305) 358-9291.
  13. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Miami Gardens: 18400 NW 27th Ave. Miami Gardens, FL 33056. (305) 624-9344.
  14. U-Haul of North Miami Beach: 2269 NE 163rd St. North Miami Beach, FL 33162. (305) 947-9833.
  15. U-Haul Storage de North Miami Beach: 2100 NE 162nd St. North Miami Beach, FL 33162. (305) 947-6461.
  16. U-Haul Moving & Storage en Sample and Powerline: 2150 W. Sample Road. Pompano Beach, FL 33073. (954) 946-3711.
  17. U-Haul Moving & Storage en Sample Road: 903 E. Sample Road Pompano Beach, FL 33064. (954) 781-8660.
  18. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Sunrise: 4747 Nob Hill Road Sunrise, FL 33351. (954) 749-2727.
  19. U-Haul Moving & Storage de Five Points: 2801 N. Dixie Hwy. Wilton Manors, FL 33334. (954) 563-2410.

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Keith Menin buys North Bay Road home for a big discount

Keith Menin buys North Bay Road home for a big discount

Nelson Gonzalez and Keith Menin with 2318 North Bay Road

Nelson Gonzalez and Keith Menin with 2318 North Bay Road

Hotelier Keith Menin paid just over $12 million for a bayfront mansion in Miami Beach, roughly a year after buying another home in the Venetian Islands.

Property records show Stuart Browning, founder of Embarcadero Technologies, an IT company based in San Francisco, sold the eight-bedroom, nearly 15,000-square-foot mansion at 2318 North Bay Road. 2318 NBR LLC, led by the Menin Hospitality principal, paid $12.14 million for the property.

Browning paid $3.5 million for the 24,860-square-foot lot in 2004 and later built the house in 2009, according to property records.

The home hit the market for $27.5 million in December 2015, which means it sold at a 56 percent discount off the original ask. It was most recently listed for $16.9 million.

Nelson Gonzalez of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty brokered both sides of the deal, according to Zillow.

The sale closed just over a year after Menin paid $8.68 million for a waterfront, six-bedroom mansion at 815 East Dilido Drive. Last year, Menin and his wife also sold a waterfront property at 241 East San Marino Drive in Miami Beach for $12 million.

Menin and his cousin and managing principal Jared Galbut lead Menin Hospitality, a Miami-based firm that runs the Gale South Beach, Mondrian South Beach and the Shelborne South Beach, among other hotels.

Keith Menin snags a home on North Bay Road, Brickell Flatiron commercial space buyer seeks court-ordered discount: Daily digest

A daily roundup of South Florida real estate news, deals and more for August 29, 2019

August 29, 2019 06:30PM

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up South Florida’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update this page throughout the day. Please send any tips or deals to [email protected]

This page was last updated at 6:25 p.m.

Nelson Gonzalez and Keith Menin with 2318 North Bay Road

Nelson Gonzalez and Keith Menin with 2318 North Bay Road

Keith Menin snags a home on North Bay Road. Hotelier Keith Menin paid just over $12 million for a bayfront mansion in Miami Beach, roughly a year after buying another home in the Venetian Islands. Property records show Stuart Browning, founder of Embarcadero Technologies, an IT company based in San Francisco, sold the eight-bedroom, nearly 15,000-square-foot mansion at 2318 North Bay Road [TRD]

Brickell Flatiron commercial space buyer seeks discount on $22.5 million sales price. Three years after agreeing to pay $22.5 million for Brickell Flatiron’s retail and restaurant space, a partnership between Avi Dishi and Haim Yehezkel wants a Miami-Dade Court to reduce the purchase price over allegations of an undisclosed revision of the construction plans. In a recent-filed lawsuit in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, Manhattan-based Dishi and Sons, and Brickell Flatiron Retail, a firm owned by Dishi and Yehezkel, accuse CMC Group affiliate Downtown Development Holdings of making significant portions of the 24,800-square-foot ground-floor commercial space unusable by placing a garage ramp through it. [TRD]

David and Leila Centner and the Centner Academy (Credit: Getty Images, Google Maps)

David and Leila Centner and the Centner Academy (Credit: Getty Images, Google Maps)

Owners of new Miami Design District school hired the mayor’s law firm to represent them in zoning appeal. In June, real estate investors David and Leila Centner received approval to operate a preschool at the property, at 4136 North Miami Avenue, after they agreed to reduce their student body to 120 from nearly 200 students. Later in June, attorney David Winker filed an appeal regarding the Miami Planning Zoning & Appeals Board approval on behalf of his clients, a group of residents in nearby Buena Vista. The couple hired Greenspoon Marder, the same firm in which Mayor Suarez is of counsel, to represent them in obtaining the zoning exception from the city of Miami. [TRD]

Hurricane Dorian is strengthening as it prepares to hit Florida. After moving past Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands on Wednesday, Dorian is in the Atlantic Ocean for the next few days and is moving northwest at 13 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center, the Miami Herald reported. As of Thursday at 5 a.m., the storm was about 150 miles north of San Juan. The forecast showed Dorian strengthened to maximum sustained winds of 85 miles per hour, an uptick from 80 on Wednesday night, according to the Miami Herald. [Miami Herald]

Three women were arrested last week for their roles in an affordable housing scam in Miami-Dade. Manuela Leonor Levy, Azalia Isabel Garcia and Aurora Mercedes Gomez were arrested by Miami-Dade Police last week on charges of an organized scheme to defraud, public records show. They allegedly took thousands of dollars from Section 8 housing applicants between October 2015 and July 2017 after promising to expedite the application process for affordable housing, according to NBC Miami. [TRD]

HGreg Auto and the former Toyota dealership (Credit: HGreg, Google Maps)

HGreg Auto and the former Toyota dealership (Credit: HGreg, Google Maps)

HGreg.com parked $10.5 million into a vacant former Toyota dealership site in West Palm Beach. Mclean, Virginia-based Capital Automotive L.P., which is controlled by Brookfield Property Partners, sold the 24,794-square-foot-building for $423 per square foot, to HGreg Auto, records show. The 9.7-acre property sits at 551 South Military Trail close to the Palm Beach International Airport. [TRD]

Broker Jamie Maniscalco and Russell Galbut with 2901 Northeast Second Avenue

Broker Jamie Maniscalco and Russell Galbut with 2901 Northeast Second Avenue

Russell Galbut closes on a missing piece of his Edgewater assemblage. Developer Russell Galbut’s Crescent Heights closed on a corner piece of his assemblage in an Opportunity Zone in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, The Real Deal has learned. The Miami-based firm, which is planning a major mixed-use project on the land assemblage, paid $4.9 million for the 10,452-square-foot property at 2901 Northeast Second Avenue, according to a source familiar with the deal. It includes a 3,600-square-foot retail building. [TRD]

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