Rusia demostró su poderío con exitoso lanzamiento de un misil intercontinental

Rusia demostró su poderío con exitoso lanzamiento de un misil intercontinental

Rusia volvió a demostrar su poderío bélico con una exitosa prueba de lanzamiento del misil estratégico intercontinental Topol-M.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

Este lunes en la provincia de Arjánguelsk, un análogo de la ojiva del misil dio en el blanco previsto, ubicado en la península de Kamchatka, en el Lejano Oriente ruso.

De acuerdo con las fuentes militares, el misil balístico de combustible sólido Topol-M fue desarrollado por el Instituto de Tecnología Térmica de Moscú y posee un alcance máximo de 11.000 kilómetros, con capacidad de carga en cada ojiva de hasta 1 megatón.

Este tipo de sistema es ejecutado actualmente por las Tropas de Misiles de Designación Estratégica (RVSN) de Rusia, en lanzaderas subterráneas y sobre camiones de transporte de ocho ejes.

 

Con información de RT

 

 

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WeWork pulls its public offering

WeWork pulls its public offering

WeWork co-CEO Artie Minson (Credit: Getty Images)

WeWork co-CEO Artie Minson (Credit: Getty Images)

WeWork is officially pulling it public offering.

Sebastian Gunningham

Sebastian Gunningham

The firm’s co-CEOs, Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, said in a statement that WeWork “decided to postpone our IPO to focus on our core business.”

“We have every intention to operate WeWork as a public company and look forward to revisiting the public equity markets in the future,” the statement said.

Last month, the firm’s S-1 filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission set off a media firestorm after it laid bare the company’s precarious financial position.

This is a breaking story. Please check back for updates.

SoftBank brings on Marcelo Claure to help turn around WeWork, Hallandale Beach project scores $100M loan: Daily digest

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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SoftBank is bringing on Sprint’s former CEO to help turn around WeWork. SoftBank head Masayoshi Son has asked Marcelo Claure of Miami to take a more hands-on role at the company after the recent ouster of co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann. His exact role has not been specified, but he would focus on opportunities to cut costs and increase revenues. Senior WeWork executives Sebastian Gunningham and Artie Minson have been appointed co-CEOs of the company.  [Bloomberg]

Developer Ari Pearl closed on a $100 million loan to develop the first phase of a major mixed-use project in Hallandale Beach. Pearl’s PPG Development and Michael Herman’s Premium Capital secured the financing from the Related Cos.’ Related Fund Management. The financing will be used to build the 250-unit branded luxury apartment component of SLS Resort Residence & Marina Hallandale Beach. [TRD]

The Naples-based Collier family is replacing the former ABC Carpet & Home store in Delray Beach with an upscale storage and maintenance club for car collectors. Family-owned Collier Land Holdings Limited has started building a facility called Collier Car Club inside the former ABC Carpet & Home store on Congress Avenue – well known for its exterior mural, a faux architectural finish visible from I-95. The store closed last year. [TRD]

Forever 21 has filed for bankruptcy. It has landed $75 million in new capital from TPG Sixth Street Partners and $275 million in financing from lenders with JPMorgan Chase as the agent. The store had been one of the largest mall tenants still standing, so the filing could spell trouble for major mall owners like Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners. It plans to close up to 350 stores overall but will keep operating its website and hundreds of stores in the United States. [Bloomberg, NYT]

A total of 125 condos sold for $49 million in Miami-Dade County last week. That’s on par with the 126 units that sold for a combined $45 million the previous week. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $395,000 or $283 per square foot. [TRD

Blackstone is doubling down on its e-commerce bet with another multibillion dollar industrial portfolio deal. The company is buying Colony Capital’s national warehouse portfolio for $5.9 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. The portfolio Colony sold to Blackstone spans 60 million square feet across 465 warehouses in 26 markets. Areas of strong concentration include northern New Jersey, California, Florida, Dallas and Atlanta. [TRD

The Galbut family and developer Matis Cohen are proposing a 22-story tower in North Beach. The project, called 72nd and Park, will be reviewed by the Miami Beach Design Review Board on Wednesday. Arquitectonica is designing the project, with 283 multifamily units, about 12,500 square feet of retail and restaurant space, amenities and parking. It would have 125 micro units, smaller than 550 square feet. [SFBJ]

Broward’s “taxi king” and real estate investor Jesse Gaddis died at 87. Gaddis created the Yellow Cab company in Broward in the early 1960s, and later invested in real estate development and lending, among other industries, according to the Sun Sentinel. He was among the first investors in the Flagler Village neighborhood of downtown Fort Lauderdale. Gaddis died on Friday of cancer. [Sun Sentinel]

(Illustration by Andrew Colin Beck)

(Illustration by Andrew Colin Beck)

How mobile homes became a billion-dollar, recession-proof industry. The immobility of most mobile and manufactured homes has caught the attention of private equity firms in a big way. With most low-income renters unable to quickly up and move their properties, institutional real estate investors increasingly see that as a surefire bet — especially in a major downturn. [TRD]

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¡Atentos! Huracán Lorenzo se transforma rápidamente en potente tormenta de categoría 4

¡Atentos! Huracán Lorenzo se transforma rápidamente en potente tormenta de categoría 4

Mientras se agitaba en el Atlántico central el sábado en la noche, el huracán Lorenzo se convirtió en una tormenta de categoría 4, según publicó CnnEspañol

Por Redacción Miami Diario

Según los expertos, el grueso núcleo de Lorenzo rodeaba un ojo grande y claro al unirse al raro club de las tormentas más intensas de los últimos años.

El sábado por la noche se había intensificado brevemente a una tormenta de categoría 5. El Centro Nacional de Huracanes lo describió, en ese momento, como el huracán más fuerte en el extremo norte y este de la cuenca del Atlántico.

Expertos aseguran que las fluctuaciones en la intensidad son posibles con un pronóstico de debilitamiento que comenzará el domingo en la noche. Sin embargo, es estima que Lorenzo será un huracán grande y potente a medida que se acerca a las Azores.

Es de hacer notar que el domingo en la madrugada, Lorenzo se encontraba a unas 1,360 millas (unos 2.189 kilómetros) al suroeste de las Azores, con vientos máximos sostenidos de 155 mph (unos 250 km/h).

El Centro Nacional de Huracanes indicó que “se espera que Lorenzo produzca acumulaciones de lluvia totales de 3 a 15,2 centímetros en gran parte de las Azores occidentales y de 1 a 5,1 centímetros en las Azores centrales el martes y miércoles. Esta lluvia podría causar inundaciones repentinas que amenazan la vida en las Azores occidentales.

Otro dato a considerar es que el huracán Lorenzo causará olas en gran parte de la cuenca del Atlántico Norte.

Con información de: CnnEspañol

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Spec home developer Felix Cohen buys two vacant lots on North Bay Road for $14M

Spec home developer Felix Cohen buys two vacant lots on North Bay Road for $14M

Julian Cohen with the property

Julian Cohen with the property

Spec home developer Felix Cohen purchased two vacant lots on Miami Beach’s North Bay Road for $13.5 million, with plans to build a new estate with his son Julian Cohen.

Cohen bought the combined 36,143 square-foot-property at 5830–5840 North Bay Road for $373 per square foot, records show. The property features 200 feet of deep water frontage.

NBR5840 LP, a Delaware Company with a London address, sold the property. NBR5840 LP bought the combined property in September 2018 for $13.85 million, meaning it sold at a slight loss.

Julian Cohen of The Jills Zeder Group represented the buyer, according to a press release. He is also a co-developer of the project.

Felix Cohen is a Miami Beach spec home developer who co-developed 3 Indian Creek Road that sold for $47 million in 2012, marking a record sale that year.

North Bay Road has become one of the most desirable streets for ultra-wealthy buyers. Earlier this month, spec home builders Brett Palos and Bart Reines sold a waterfront home at 5712 North Bay Road for $16 million.

In August, hotelier Keith Menin paid just over $12 million for the eight-bedroom, nearly 15,000-square-foot mansion at 2318 North Bay Road.

Also in August, a California buyer purchased a waterfront mansion and lot on North Bay Road for a combined $35.4 million, marking a record sale in Miami Beach this year.

Fuga de piscina en azotea de edificio desplazó a más de 200 residentes en Broward

Fuga de piscina en azotea de edificio desplazó a más de 200 residentes en Broward

Una fuga en la piscina -ubicada en la azotea de un edificio- en la ciudad de Dania Beach, desplazó a más de 200 residentes el viernes en la noche.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

El pasado viernes, antes de las 7 de la noche, los bomberos de Broward recibieron una llamada de emergencia desde uno de los apartamentos de The Place at Dania Beach, un edificio de 8 pisos ubicado en la cuadra 180 de East Dania Beach Boulevard, informó cbslocal.com.

La persona que llamó reportó: «El agua está goteando desde la piscina … el agua literalmente cae en cascada en los siete pisos», declaró el Jefe de Batallón del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Broward, Michael Kane.

Los oficiales de rescate contra incendios acudieron al lugar y observaron que la fuga de agua de la piscina ubicada en a azotea estaba afectando a los 144 apartamento del edificio.

The Place at Dania Beach

Por esa razón empezaron a evacuar a los residentes de sus apartamentos.

Según los bomberos la fuga de la piscina que tenía 10.000 galones de agua afectó cerca de 250 personas que viven en The Place al Dania Beach.

Luego de revisar el lugar, los funcionarios del Departamento de Bomberos de Broward indicaron que no era prudente que los inquilinos volvieran a sus hogares.

Pero se les permitió ingresar 30 personas para que buscaran a sus mascotas y sus medicinas en sus apartamentos.

La ciudad para ayudarlos contacto a los hoteles locales con tarifas reducidas que admiten mascotas.

Las autoridades evaluarán el edificio para determinar cuales son los daños y cuando pueden volver sus residentes.

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Felix Cohen buys two vacant lots on North Bay Road, Controversial Walmart site in Midtown Miami sells for $26M: Daily digest

Felix Cohen buys two vacant lots on North Bay Road, Controversial Walmart site in Midtown Miami sells for $26M: Daily digest

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 tips@therealdeal.com

This page was last updated at 6:15 p.m.

 
Julian Cohen with the property

Julian Cohen with the property

Spec home developer Felix Cohen buys two vacant lots on North Bay Road for $14M. Cohen bought the combined 36,143 square-foot-property at 5830–5840 North Bay Road for $373 per square foot, records show. The property features 200 feet of deep water frontage. [TRD]

 

Controversial Walmart site in Midtown Miami sells for $26M. The former site of Walmart in Midtown Miami sold for $26.4 million to a neighboring Midtown developer, after years of contentious litigation from residents who opposed a superstore. Walmart sold the 4.6-acre site at 3055 North Miami Ave to Midtown Opportunities, led by Alex Vadia. [TRD]

 
Manny Machado and Chad Carroll with 20 Tahiti Beach Island Road (Credit: Getty Images and Douglas Elliman)

Manny Machado and Chad Carroll with 20 Tahiti Beach Island Road (Credit: Getty Images and Douglas Elliman)

Buyer revealed: Baseball player Manny Machado buys Tahiti Beach Island manse. Baseball player and Miami native Manny Machado scored a mansion in his hometown. Manny Machado, third baseman and shortstop for the San Diego Padres, is the buyer of 20 Tahiti Beach Island Road in Coral Gables. [TRD]

 

Brookfield affiliate picks up tire distribution center for $20M. A company tied to Brookfield Asset Management picked up the Tire Group International Distribution Center near Miami International Airport for $19.5 million, adding to the firm’s South Florida holdings. [TRD]

 

The purge continues: WeWork’s head of real estate is leaving. Granit Gjonbalaj, who oversaw real estate operations including design, construction, project management and development, signalled his intent to resign earlier this week, people familiar with the matter told The Real Deal. He is currently negotiating his exit package. [TRD]

 
Joseph Maas of TMT Properties and 190 Congress Park Drive (Credit: Google Maps)

Joseph Maas of TMT Properties and 190 Congress Park Drive (Credit: Google Maps)

TMT Properties buys Delray Beach offices. TMT Properties bought two office properties in Delray Beach for $10.1 million, a year after buying an adjacent building. [TRD]

 

Forever 21 still doesn’t have a reorganization plan ahead of its bankruptcy proceedings. Its two largest landlords, Brookfield Property Partners LP and Simon Property Group, could be left with vacant space heading into the busiest retail time of the year. [Bloomberg]

 

Five investors are said to be circling Barneys New York Inc., the bankrupt luxury retailer. After filing for Chapter 11 earlier this month, Barneys bankruptcy auction is scheduled for no later than Oct. 29. [Bloomberg]

 

Two South Florida businessmen could be tied to President Trump’s impeachment inquiry. Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were cited in a government whistleblower complaint released Thursday, according to the Miami Herald. Parnas is a former stockbroker who was threatened last year with eviction from a $5,500-per-month home in Boca Raton. Parnas is also linked to a Bal Harbour condo that sold for $4.1 million, according to the Herald. [Miami Herald]

 
Real estate stocks tick up — even as the House begins impeachment inquiry (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

Real estate stocks tick up — even as the House begins impeachment inquiry (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

A rally for real estate stocks amid a tumultuous week for Trump. Real estate stocks have ticked up this week, weathering a downward trending S&P 500 and the news that the House Speaker had opened a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump. [TRD]

 

Miami commissioners approved a $1 billion spending plan. The spending plan includes subsidies for low-income seniors and park improvements, according to the Miami Herald. Mayor Francis Suarez is looking to create a $1 million rent assistance program for low-income seniors who live in subsidized housing, in which residents could receive up to $200 a month to cover rent increases. [Miami Herald]

 

NewSound Church in Wellington is considering buying the site of a former strip club. The church is looking to buy a large former strip club on Southern Boulevard, according to the Palm Beach Post. The former Double Dee’s, at 8199 Southern Boulevard in unincorporated West Palm Beach, was once owned by a man accused of mob ties and closed late last year, according to the Post. [Palm Beach Post]

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El encuentro de JLO y Lili Pauline Reinhart que desató las redes sociales (+Foto)

El encuentro de JLO y Lili Pauline Reinhart que desató las redes sociales (+Foto)

La misma fue publicada en una cuenta de fanáticos de la cantante, sin embargo desde la grabación de la nueva película Hustlers, este par se las trae y tiene una muy buena amistad.

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Una fotografía de Jennifer López y la actriz Lili Pauline Reinhart, quien interpreta a Betty Cooper en la famosa serie de televisión «Riverdale», desató las redes sociales debido a la imponente belleza de ambas en la postal, quienes al parecer se llevan muy bien, teniendo un gran feeling en las pantallas, según cuenta la web Don Balón.

La sangre joven de Reinhart, quien posiblemente esté considerada entre las grandes promesas del mundo del espectáculo en los Estados Unidos, sumado a la experiencia, talento y belleza de la «Diva del Bronx», motivaron una serie de interacciones que demostraron una vez más el poder de los medios de comunicación.

Asimismo, JLO está en un gran momento personal y una vez más reafirmamos uno de sus mejores años entre la gira correspondiente a «It’s my party: The Live Celebration» y la nueva película «Hustlers», donde cabe destacar, Lili Pauline Reinhart también es parte del elenco, cubriendo el papel de «Annabelle». Aún así, todavía resta mucho camino para que pueda igualar el nivel de la cantante.

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Controversial Walmart site in Midtown Miami sells for $26M

Controversial Walmart site in Midtown Miami sells for $26M

3055 North Miami Avenue and Alex Vadia (Credit: Midtown Opportunities, TAMZ)

3055 North Miami Avenue and Alex Vadia (Credit: Midtown Opportunities, TAMZ)

The former site of Walmart in Midtown Miami sold for $26.4 million to a neighboring Midtown developer, after years of contentious litigation from residents who opposed a superstore.

Walmart sold the 4.6-acre site at 3055 North Miami Ave for $131 per square foot to Midtown Opportunities, led by Alex Vadia, according to a press release. The developer could bring an organic grocer and indoor and outdoor retailers to the site, the release said.

The sale means that Walmart will no longer build a controversial 203,000-square-foot supercenter on the Midtown site. Walmart first received approvals for the store in 2013, and purchased the site in 2014. The plan, however, drew protests and litigation from community activists, led by Grant Stern, who said Walmart would bring too much traffic to the area and violated zoning ordinances.

Midtown Opportunities now owns about 5.5 acres of contiguous land on the site. Zoning allows the developer to build from 24 stories to 36 stories.

Richard A. Perez and Shawn S. Amuia of Holland & Knight in Miami represented Midtown
Opportunities in the deal.

Midtown Opportunities is also partnering with Magellan Development Group to develop Midtown 6, a 32-story, mixed-use building projected to open in 2020.