Ocean Drive Celebrates Don Melchor's 30th Anniversary with Exclusive Wine Tasting at BOURBON STEAK at JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa

Ocean Drive Celebrates Don Melchor's 30th Anniversary with Exclusive Wine Tasting at BOURBON STEAK at JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa

Thursday, October 10, 2019 – Ocean Drive magazine and acclaimed Winemaker Enrique Tirado toasted to three decades of Don Melchor winemaking at BOURBON STEAK at JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Reso…

¡Imperdible! Captaron a Jennifer López con ardiente lencería negra en la cama (+Fotos)

¡Imperdible! Captaron a Jennifer López con ardiente lencería negra en la cama (+Fotos)

A través de una cuenta de fanáticos en Instagram titulada ‘JLo _ channel’, Jennifer López apareció en dos sensuales fotografías que incendiaron las redes sociales con su sensualidad, pues la cantante luce una ardiente lencería desde una cama.

Por redacción MiamiDiario

‘La Diva del Bronx’ recién cumplió 50 años, pero con más de 20 años de carrera, la boricua siempre ha cautivado a lo largo de los años con fotografías muy sexys y esta vez no fue la excepción, reportó Mundohispanico.

Ahora, JLo apareció en una cuenta de fanáticos posando en una sensual lencería negra, con un jumpsuit entallado que apretó sus curvas y resaltó su bien tonificada figura, mientras lucía un collar en diferentes tonos y unas medias que la hacían lucir más atrevida.

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Las fotografías datan de hace varios años, pues la figura de Jennifer López no luce tan tonificada como ahora, sin embargo es igual o más atrevida que lo que hemos visto de ella últimamente.

Además, su cara refleja más jovialidad e inocencia, por lo que fácilmente, JLo se encontraba en sus 30 años cuando le hicieron dicha sesión fotográfica.

Como ya es costumbre, los comentarios ardientes para JLo, aparecieron: “Linda”, “Genial”, “Wow, qué reina”, “Hermosa”, “Es una diosa”, “Muy sexy”, “Ardiente”, “Esta mujer me encanta”, “Maravillosamente fantástica”, “Divina”, “Demasiado sexy”.

Pero si creían que JLo era todo lo que podía cautivar, se equivocaron, pues ha aparecido más atrevida en recientes publicaciones.

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Saks makes bid for Barneys, Eighty Seven Park will offer a certified botanist: Daily digest

Saks makes bid for Barneys, Eighty Seven Park will offer a certified botanist: 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 5:30 p.m.

 

Saks has teamed up with Authentic Brands to bid roughly $270 million for Barneys. Saks, which Hudson’s Bay Company owns, would launch Barneys departments in 41 of its stores, take over the website of the bankrupt retailer and possibly take over some Barneys locations. Barneys had filed for bankruptcy over the summer, and at a court hearing on Friday, a lawyer for the high-end fashion retailer said the company needed more time to solidify a possible deal that would keep it alive. [WSJ]

 

Eighty Seven Park will offer a certified botanist at the luxury condo project. The botanist can tend to plants on the property and water residents’ gardens. Terra is developing the 66-unit, 18-story condo building at 8701 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach along with its partners, Bizzi & Partners Development, New Valley and Pacific Eagle.

 

THesis Hotel is coming to Miami. The hotel component at Paseo de la Riviera, a mixed-use project on the former Holiday Inn site at 1350 South Dixie Highway in Coral Gables, will be known as THesis Hotel.

 

SMS Lodging lists Miami Beach hotel after selling another for $21M. SMS Lodging is looking to sell a boutique hotel in South Beach, following the $21.3 million sale of another hotel farther north in Miami Beach. [TRD]

 

WeWork’s first investor used his stock as collateral. Now his lenders are suing him. Joel Schreiber, a landlord whose firm Waterbridge Capital owns a vast portfolio of buildings in New York, used his stake in WeWork and properties he owned to back loans totalling almost $3.3 million, which he later defaulted on, according to two lawsuits filed Thursday. [TRD]

 

SoftBank’s problem solver faces his biggest challenge yet: WeWork. In late September, SoftBank Group’s Marcelo Claure took to Twitter to share his goals for the upcoming month. He wanted to beat his best running time, try a dish he had never had before, watch more soccer games, and figure out his daughter’s Halloween costume. A Twitter follower responded: Fix WeWork. [TRD]

 

Miami ranks at the top for cities with the highest rates of mortgage declines, according to a report. Almost 12 percent of all mortgage applications filed in Miami are denied, which is the most of any city in the U.S., according to a study by Lending Tree, the Miami Herald reported. The company analyzed more than 10 million mortgage application records from the federal Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. [Miami Herald]

 

Wawa and Aldi could be coming to a Lantana stalled project. The developer of the Water Tower Commons project will ask the Town Council to approve a gas station and convenience store on his property, according to the Palm Beach Post. The developer submitted plans to the town proposing a 5,900-square-foot Wawa and a 19,500-square-foot Aldi, according to the Post. [Palm Beach Post]

 
Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (Credit: Getty Images)

Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (Credit: Getty Images)

SoftBank Group is seeking to take over WeWork. SoftBank Group Corp. has set up a financing package to give it control of WeWork, which would help the struggling office startup’s cash problems. The board has also sought out JPMorgan Chase & Co. to look for ways the company can raise billions in debt. [WSJ]

 

Compiled by Keith Larsen

Saks makes bid for Barneys, Eighty Seven Park will offer a certified botanist: 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]

This page was last updated at 5:30 p.m.

Saks has teamed up with Authentic Brands to bid roughly $270 million for Barneys. Saks, which Hudson’s Bay Company owns, would launch Barneys departments in 41 of its stores, take over the website of the bankrupt retailer and possibly take over some Barneys locations. Barneys had filed for bankruptcy over the summer, and at a court hearing on Friday, a lawyer for the high-end fashion retailer said the company needed more time to solidify a possible deal that would keep it alive. [WSJ]

Eighty Seven Park will offer a certified botanist at the luxury condo project. The botanist can tend to plants on the property and water residents’ gardens. Terra is developing the 66-unit, 18-story condo building at 8701 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach along with its partners, Bizzi & Partners Development, New Valley and Pacific Eagle.

THesis Hotel is coming to Miami. The hotel component at Paseo de la Riviera, a mixed-use project on the former Holiday Inn site at 1350 South Dixie Highway in Coral Gables, will be known as THesis Hotel.

SMS Lodging lists Miami Beach hotel after selling another for $21M. SMS Lodging is looking to sell a boutique hotel in South Beach, following the $21.3 million sale of another hotel farther north in Miami Beach. [TRD]

WeWork’s first investor used his stock as collateral. Now his lenders are suing him. Joel Schreiber, a landlord whose firm Waterbridge Capital owns a vast portfolio of buildings in New York, used his stake in WeWork and properties he owned to back loans totalling almost $3.3 million, which he later defaulted on, according to two lawsuits filed Thursday. [TRD]

SoftBank’s problem solver faces his biggest challenge yet: WeWork. In late September, SoftBank Group’s Marcelo Claure took to Twitter to share his goals for the upcoming month. He wanted to beat his best running time, try a dish he had never had before, watch more soccer games, and figure out his daughter’s Halloween costume. A Twitter follower responded: Fix WeWork. [TRD]

Miami ranks at the top for cities with the highest rates of mortgage declines, according to a report. Almost 12 percent of all mortgage applications filed in Miami are denied, which is the most of any city in the U.S., according to a study by Lending Tree, the Miami Herald reported. The company analyzed more than 10 million mortgage application records from the federal Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. [Miami Herald]

Wawa and Aldi could be coming to a Lantana stalled project. The developer of the Water Tower Commons project will ask the Town Council to approve a gas station and convenience store on his property, according to the Palm Beach Post. The developer submitted plans to the town proposing a 5,900-square-foot Wawa and a 19,500-square-foot Aldi, according to the Post. [Palm Beach Post]

Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (Credit: Getty Images)

Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (Credit: Getty Images)

SoftBank Group is seeking to take over WeWork. SoftBank Group Corp. has set up a financing package to give it control of WeWork, which would help the struggling office startup’s cash problems. The board has also sought out JPMorgan Chase & Co. to look for ways the company can raise billions in debt. [WSJ]

Compiled by Keith Larsen

Indulge in Stone Crab Season at South Beach Seafood Festival

Indulge in Stone Crab Season at South Beach Seafood Festival

Take out your cracker and tie on a bib—it’s the most magical time of the year: stone crab season.

The South Beach Seafood Festival (Oct. 22-26) is the official kickoff of stone crab sea…

Mauricio Macri busca votos en Miami Beach

Mauricio Macri busca votos en Miami Beach

El presidente de Argentina, encabezará el próximo sábado 19 del corriente mes un acto en el obelisco porteño que pidió que se replique en Miami Beach.

Por redacción MiamiDiario

Además en la Parliament Square de Londres; en el Parque México de la capital azteca; en el consulado argentino en Barcelona y en capitales sudamericanas como Asunción, Montevideo y Santiago de Chile, reportó Nuevodiarioweb.

Según se informó, se prevé una concentración en la escultura de los dedos de Punta del Este (Uruguay).

Apoyo en Argentina

Macri pidió un nuevo voto de confianza de los argentinos que se sienten frustrados por la crisis, mientras que su principal rival, el kirchnerista Alberto Fernández, le acusó de haber incumplido sus promesas.

“Gracias al esfuerzo de los argentinos hemos solucionado problemas, pero existen otros que no resolvimos; estoy acá para pedir que trabajemos juntos para resolver los problemas que faltan”, dijo Macri al dar inicio al debate en la en la ciudad de Santa Fe, a 290 millas de Buenos Aires.

Macri sufrió en los últimos dos años una fuerte caída de su popularidad en medio de una recesión económica y una indomable inflación que generaron que la pobreza se disparara, puntos flacos que sus rivales le reprochan constantemente.

El presidente asumió el poder en 2015 prometiendo bajar la inflación y “pobreza cero” y pidió que su gestión fuera evaluada teniendo en cuenta ese último objetivo. Sin embargo, la pobreza afecta a 35.4% de la población, según mediciones del primer semestre, y se espera que se incremente a fin de año. Por su parte, se cree que la inflación superará 50% y la economía caerá más de 3%.

Macri ha reconocido durante la campaña electoral “la bronca” que sienten los argentinos en un contexto de fuerte ajuste, pero sostiene que necesita revalidar su poder cuatro años más para revertir la crisis.

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“I can talk about erections all day”: NAR tech consultant’s bizarre fireside chat

“I can talk about erections all day”: NAR tech consultant’s bizarre fireside chat

Fireside chats — one-on-one discussions between industry players at conferences — are typically genial events.

But one such discussion held at a real estate conference in Munich this week was anything but friendly. At Real Expo 2019, New York-based tech investor and consultant Duke Long assailed Morten Lund, the co-founder and CEO of Danish vacation-rental startup Poshtel International.

“Anyone want to ask, other than ‘how fucking stoned are you right now,’” he said, when asking his audience for questions at the end of the 30-minute heated talk. During an almost five-minute long video of the exchange obtained by The Real Deal, Long can be seen saying the word “fuck” nine times.

Long is figure in commercial real estate technology circles, and serves as a consultant, blogger and investor. Among his roles, he is the entrepreneur-in-residence for REach, a subsidiary of the National Association of Realtors’ investment arm, Second Century Ventures.

Lund’s firm, which he co-founded alongside starchitect Bjarke Ingels in 2017, offers upscale pop-up vacation rentals made from shipping containers. In a promo video displayed at the conference, he featured a clip shot at Burning Man, the raucous Nevada festival that attracts thousands of people to the desert.

Long described how one of his friends attended Burning Man, ran around “half naked” and “tried to solve all the world’s problems.” He then accused Lund’s firm of underscoring the culture of Burning Man as a way to make profit.

“To me, this is the same kind of bullshit. We’re rich as fuck, we’re going to go out and talk about all this stuff, and make sure we’re making bank.”

At times, Long’s tirade bordered on incoherence. In one exchange, he skewered Lund for his firm’s messaging that aims to get its customers outside of urban areas.

“It’s easier to say I’m anti-as-shit, I can say whatever the fuck I want. I can talk about erections all day and it’s cute, right?” he said. “But its not competing against everyone who’s fucking really good at it.”

Lund, who spent much of the chat with his arms crossed and uncomfortably shifting in his chair, tried to defend himself. He said he’s not against traditional vacation real estate offerings.

“I just think it’s boring,” he said.

After Long accused Lund further about his firm’s high-minded messaging, Lund said his firm would not enter the American market while Donald Trump is president, and then added “everything from America is stupid.”

In an email, Long said he stood by his comments. He said that he was not there as a representative of the NAR, but for the organizers of the event.

Silvia Hendricks, a spokesperson for the event, said that there were several hundred panels during the show featuring close to 500 speakers, who, she said, represent themselves.

“Usually everybody acts in a constructive way,” she said via email. “We as organizer prefer clearly constructive discussions.”

Quintin Simmons, a spokesperson for the NAR, said Long “does not represent NAR in any official capacity and he represents himself.”

Lund, who was on the receiving end of Long’s tirade, dismissed the comments and signalled that his Danish roots would prepare him for another spar with Long.

“It’s what the organiser paid for,” Lund wrote in an email. “Vikings takes no prisoners when assaulted enough.”

Miami Looks Towards The Copenhagen Model For Green City Planning Set by Alshair Fiyaz

Miami Looks Towards The Copenhagen Model For Green City Planning Set by Alshair Fiyaz

Inspiring the city of Miami is the sustainable model community of Bellakvarter, spearheaded by eco conscious investor Alshair Fiyaz.
As cities globally make arrangements to meet the growing ne…

¡Sin palabras! Bikinazo de Mia Khalifa puso de cabeza Instagram [Video]

¡Sin palabras! Bikinazo de Mia Khalifa puso de cabeza Instagram [Video]

Definitivamente, Mia Khalifa, una de las modelos y ex actriz porno, sí sabe llamar la atención de sus seguidores en las redes sociales, según publicó HsbNoticias

Por Redacción Miami Diario

Lo cierto es que esta sexy libanesa, quién se casará próximamente con el chef, Robert Sandberg, sigue derrochando sensualidad. 

En esta oportunidad, Mía compartió un video donde aparece en una sesión de fotos en la playa de Venice, en Los Ángeles. 

Allí la modelo aparece con un diminuto bikini y apenas cubierta con una sexy lencería color blanco.

Tome nota: El video ha sido reproducido más de 3 millones de veces y tiene miles de elogios.

Con información de: HsbNoticias

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“Dozens of buildings” in LA receive eviction notices ahead of California’s new rent law

“Dozens of buildings” in LA receive eviction notices ahead of California’s new rent law

Residential Los Angeles (Credit: iStock)

Residential Los Angeles (Credit: iStock)

Landlords across Los Angeles have sent out scores of eviction notices in recent weeks, trying to get ahead of the “just cause” provision of California’s new rent control bill, which kicks in Jan. 1.

“We’re dealing with dozens of buildings calling our hotline,” said Trinidad Ruiz, an organizer with the Los Angeles Tenant Union. And Katie McKeon, an attorney with the pro bono law firm Public Counsel, said it was “a massive uptick in no-fault evictions” over the past two weeks.

In response, two L.A. City Councilmembers on Friday introduced an emergency motion seeking a moratorium on evictions. The measure could also seek to invalidate the most recent notices that have already been sent. The full Council could vote on the measure next week.

The timing coincides with the sweeping rent reform measure Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Tuesday, which imposes rent hike caps and stricter limits on evictions.

Last week, more than 40 tenants in one apartment building in Westlake at 143 South Burlington Avenue received eviction notices, according to Ruiz, stating they will have to be out before the end of the year.

Another building in Canoga Park, a 23-unit complex at 20954 Vanowen Street, also received a dozen eviction notices last week, according to a tenant who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution from the owner.

“We got the eviction notice when I was at work,” the tenant said on Friday. “My grandfather who has cancer was at home, relaxing. People are already moving out. It’s a mess. It’s an absolute mess.” A representative for building owner KLS Financial declined to make someone available for comment.

The evictions at 143 South Burlington are retaliatory, according to tenants and tenant advocates. The complex was among three in the Westlake neighborhood at the epicenter of a tenant demonstration last year.

Organized by Burlington Unidos and the Los Angeles Tenant Union, tenants in those buildings refused to pay rent after the landlord, FML Management, raised prices on every unit by $250 a month. The rent strike ended in November without an agreement, and the building was sold last week to Chicago-based 29th Street Capital. Now, tenants say, the new landlord is targeting just one building with eviction notices in an attempt to “divide and conquer.”

29th Street Capital did not return requests for comment.

An attorney who specializes in affordable housing and land use issues said investors who may be rushing to evict their tenants before the rent law deadline may be doing so for one reason.

“If you’re an investor, you want to have certainty,” said John Goetz, principal at the law firm of Meyers Nave. He added, “you could get certainty by doing [evictions and renovations] now before Jan. 1, or by doing a more substantial rehab where there’s less of a question of what side you’re on.”

Under existing law, landlords do not have to give a reason to evict a tenant, as long as 60 days notice is provided.

The new statewide rent control law is intended to address the growing housing affordability crisis and to protect tenants from evictions without “just cause.” Landlords have generally chosen to evict a tenant with an expiring lease in order to deregulate units subject to rent control and raise rents to market rate.

But landlords are now racing the clock, given the two-month advance notice requirement. That means landlords have until Nov. 2 to send those notices if they want to fast-track the deregulation of the units under existing law. That would also allow them to raise rents more than the maximum 5 percent a year plus consumer price index under the new law.

Starting in 2020, landlords will not be able to evict tenants except in certain cases unless the landlord or immediate family member will occupy the unit. In that case, the landlord will have to pay relocation costs for the tenant. Landlords still may evict a tenant for non-payment of rent, breach of lease or criminal or nuisance activity on the property.