Carl DeSantis buys Delray office building, Faena lists Miami Beach home: 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 6 p.m.

Investor and hot sauce maker Carl DeSantis closed on an office building in Delray Beach. CDS Investments, led by Carl DeSantis and William Milmoe, paid $3.1 million for the 10,000-square-foot building at 401 West Linton Boulevard, according to brokers William Cunningham and Christopher McInnis of Park View Realty. They represented the buyer, while Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, Callisto Realty LLC. DeSantis, a real estate investor, co-created Tabanero hot sauce. 

Argentinian developer Alan Faena is looking to sell his waterfront Miami Beach estate. Faena is putting the 8,300-square-foot, nine-bedroom mansion on the market for $16.5 million. He paid $10.3 million for the 1-acre property at 4731 Pine Tree Drive in 2014. It features a master suite with a custom walk-in closet designed by Faena, a master bathroom with a Louis XV mirror, original 19th century Spanish chandeliers and hand-painted ceilings. [TRD

Adam Neumann accused of pregnancy discrimination. A complaint filed by Medina Bardhi with New York’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accuses the former WeWork CEO of demoting her twice after she revealed she was pregnant, and referring to her maternity leave as “retirement.” [NYT

 

Robert Reffkin paid pocket change for a stake in what’s now a $6.4 billion company. The Compass chief paid $335.50 for his stake in Urban Compass in 2012. That and more came to light from evidence in a case brought by Avi Dorfman, who is suing to be recognized as a Compass co-founder. [TRD]

Barneys has been reduced to rubble. Barneys will been sold to Authentic Brands Group and B. Riley for about $270 million. The deal, approved by Judge Cecilia Morris in bankruptcy court Thursday morning, means that ABG, a brand merchandiser, will own the luxury department store’s intellectual property. It also will allow the new owner to partner with rival department store Saks Fifth Avenue to use Barneys’ name in its stores. [TRD

A co-founder of Robbins Property Associates bought a home in Boca Raton’s Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club for $5.5 million. Mitchell Robbins purchased the 7,997-square-foot house at 461 South Maya Palm Drive for $687 per square foot, records show. [TRD

Jho Low to give up millions in assets in 1MDB scandal. The fugitive financier has given up his claim to assets including luxury apartments, jets, yachts and artwork that prosecutors claim he bought with stolen money. [TRD]

Developer Ugo Colombo completed Brickell Flatiron, a 64-story, 527-unit tower. Colombo’s CMC Group received its temporary certificate of occupancy for the 736-foot-high skyscraper, which means that closings are set to begin immediately, said Vanessa Grout, president of CMC Real Estate. The building at 1000 Brickell Plaza is about 95 percent sold. [TRD

Here’s how to sell a haunted listing. The onus is on the agent to broach the issue with prospective buyers, and Keller Williams’ James Gibbs said it can be “ridiculously hard” to move haunted properties. Gibbs and Compass’ Micha Hendel talk through their tactics at two haunted New York City homes. [TRD

Prologis CEO says the logistics business has legs for up to another 30 years. In an interview with Bloomberg, Hamid Moghadam also detailed the company’s expansion strategy. After purchasing Liberty Property Trust for $9.7 billion this month, the company added 107 million square feet of space to its portfolio. [Bloomberg

Bill Ackman says WeWork’s worth is “zero.” The hedge fund manager said at a conference that WeWork “has a pretty high probability of being a zero for the equity, as well as for the debt,” adding that SoftBank should have “walked away.” [CNBC

Meet the lawyer behind Adam Neumann’s $1.7 billion exit package. Corporate attorney Bob Schumer — brother of U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer — proved an unlikely ally for founder and former CEO Neumann after the company’s failed IPO bid, helping him to secure the generous package as the company plans to lay off thousands of employees. [BI]

Silver Airlines signed a new lease for its new headquarters. The airline leased 29,438 square feet at 1100 Lee Wagner Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, according to a press release. CBRE’s Larry Genet, Tom O’Loughlin, Ana Rivera and Jake Zebede represented the building’s owner, Avid Asset Management. Pete Garcia and Rudford Hamon of Binswanger Gateway Partnership represented the tenant.

Miami Beach investor buys retail building in Surfside. A partnership between Imperium Capital and RWN Real Estate Partners sold the 2,000-square-foot building at 9569 to 9571 Harding Avenue for $2.5 million to a company managed by investor Joseph Cohen, records show. Drew A. Kristol and Kirk D. Olson of Marcus & Millichap brokered both sides of the deal. Tenants include an AT&T vendor and an ice cream shop.

United Real Estate merged with Charles Rutenberg Realty in Florida, adding 1,000 agents to the Dallas-based brokerage. United, led by president Rick Haase, said the merger brings its total agent count to 8,000 across 40 states. Charles Rutenberg Realty, with one office in Fort Lauderdale, will keep its name. [TRD]

On the corner of South Federal Highway and Lindell Boulevard, Walgreens is no longer its own landlord. Walgreens sold the 14,362-square-foot Deerfield Beach store at 3200 South Federal Highway for $6.54 million. The buyer is WBA FL 001 LLC, a Delaware company that is tied to Oak Street Real Estate Capital of Chicago. [TRD]

Compiled by Katherine Kallergis

Rolling in the Rolls with James Aguiar

Rolling in the Rolls with James Aguiar

Ride along with James Aguiar, VP and Fashion Director of Modern Luxury, as he tours NY Fashion Week with influential friends and tastemakers from the back of the new Rolls Royce Phantom.
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Equipo SWAT encuentra un cuerpo en Miami Beach luego de negociar con un sujeto con barricadas

Equipo SWAT encuentra un cuerpo en Miami Beach luego de negociar con un sujeto con barricadas

La policía de Miami Beach inició una investigación de homicidio. El personal de SWAT y los negociadores de rehenes estuvieron en escena en 7441 Carlyle Avenue en Miami Beach la madrugada del miércoles, según publicó Local10

Por Redacción Miami Diario

De acuerdo con el testimonio policial, los uniformados trataron de establecer contacto con un sujeto que se encontraba en un departamento armado con un cuchillo.

Luego de organizar una rendición pacífica, la policía informó que detuvieron al sujeto sin más incidentes.

Posteriormente, los oficiales de SWAT registraron el departamento, descubriendo una mujer fallecida en el interior de la vivienda.

Aún se desconoce la identidad del cuerpo. Esta será revelada luego de que las autoridades notifiquen a  los familiares más cercanos.

Con información de: Local10

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The Fed lowered rates and real estate is loving it, JPMorgan dives into Miami affordable housing: Daily digest

The Fed lowered rates and real estate is loving it, JPMorgan dives into Miami affordable housing: 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.

 

Investor interest in real estate deals has climbed since the Fed first started cutting rates in July, through to its third and latest round of cuts announced Wednesday. The Fed’s move to drop interest rates to a range of between 1.5 percent and 1.75 percent also makes financing cheaper, leading to more real estate deals closing. [TRD]

 

JPMorgan Chase plans to invest $5 million to develop affordable housing in South Florida in areas near the Florida East Coast Railway transit stations and in Opportunity Zones. The total investment is expected to generate $75 million in affordable and resilient housing investments, according to the financial institution. [TRD]

 

Mana Group unveiled plans for its downtown Miami project, giving a rare glimpse of the first buildings that the development firm is working to renovate or rebuild. A map, designed by Zyscovich Architects and shared by Mana Group at a community meeting on Tuesday, highlights 11 buildings between Southeast First Street and North Miami Avenue that would be delivered between the first quarter of 2021 and the fourth quarter of 2024. [TRD]

 

As 2019 draws to a close, occupancy rates and revenue growth are sliding amid a hotel boom that is adding nearly 14,000 rooms to the Miami and Orlando metro markets, according to a recently released report. Released last week during Marcus & Millichap’s annual hotel investment forum, the report predicts that “the magnitude of supply additions” will contribute to softer occupancy and revenue growth in the coming year. [TRD]

 

Inside Kushner Companies’ $1B expansion into South Florida. Since the start of the year, the firm has rolled out plans to build three major apartment projects in Miami and Fort Lauderdale that will bring a total of 3,000 units – at a time when condo development has nearly ground to a halt and when the area’s multifamily market has already delivered more than 10,000 units over the past year. [TRD]

 

Barneys’ creditors are still holding out hope that an underdog bidder will keep the iconic luxury retailer’s doors open. Ahead of a Halloween-day hearing to finalize the sale of Barneys, the retailer’s unsecured creditors demanded to review a second acquisition bid that would save the department store. But it is unknown whether the bid will even come in before the hearing. [TRD]

 
Renderings of 2000 Ocean

Renderings of 2000 Ocean

Shahab Karmely’s KAR Properties released new renderings of 2000 Ocean. The Hallandale Beach development, which launched sales of the luxury condos in 2017, is going vertical after completing a construction pour earlier this year. The 38-story building, with interiors by Minotti and minotticucine, was designed by Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos. It’s expected to be completed in early 2021.

 

Aaron’s former chairman and CEO is taking townhouses to the auction block. Charles Smithgall wants to sell two condos he owns in Palm Beach, previously listed for $5.6 million and $5.1 million, via auction. Smithgall, who also bought a Palm Beach house earlier this year for $8.15 million, tapped B6 Real Estate Advisors’ Jeff Hubbard, James Cote, Katherine DeCoste and Christian Koulichkov to sell the two townhouses at 419 and 421 Brazilian Avenue.

 

An NCAA decision Tuesday means college athletes nationwide could soon be allowed to earn compensation for endorsement deals. The landmark decision is a stark reversal of the collegiate sports association’s decades-long stance against compensation for athletes. The NCAA’s governing board directed its three divisions to make changes to compensation rules by no later than January 2021. [TRD]

 

A group of co-living and short-term rental operators and developers discussed how their businesses are becoming a growing segment of South Florida’s multifamily market. Watch the panelists, who include Brian Lee of Common, Sonder’s Marley Dominguez, Brian Koles of PMG, and Ollie’s Andy Levin on co-living and other new housing trends targeting millennials recently at The Real Deal’s Sixth Annual Miami Showcase & Forum. [TRD]

 

Compiled by Katherine Kallergis

The post The Fed lowered rates and real estate is loving it, JPMorgan dives into Miami affordable housing: Daily digest appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

The Fed lowered rates and real estate is loving it, JPMorgan dives into Miami affordable housing: 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.

Investor interest in real estate deals has climbed since the Fed first started cutting rates in July, through to its third and latest round of cuts announced Wednesday. The Fed’s move to drop interest rates to a range of between 1.5 percent and 1.75 percent also makes financing cheaper, leading to more real estate deals closing. [TRD]

JPMorgan Chase plans to invest $5 million to develop affordable housing in South Florida in areas near the Florida East Coast Railway transit stations and in Opportunity Zones. The total investment is expected to generate $75 million in affordable and resilient housing investments, according to the financial institution. [TRD]

Mana Group unveiled plans for its downtown Miami project, giving a rare glimpse of the first buildings that the development firm is working to renovate or rebuild. A map, designed by Zyscovich Architects and shared by Mana Group at a community meeting on Tuesday, highlights 11 buildings between Southeast First Street and North Miami Avenue that would be delivered between the first quarter of 2021 and the fourth quarter of 2024. [TRD]

As 2019 draws to a close, occupancy rates and revenue growth are sliding amid a hotel boom that is adding nearly 14,000 rooms to the Miami and Orlando metro markets, according to a recently released report. Released last week during Marcus & Millichap’s annual hotel investment forum, the report predicts that “the magnitude of supply additions” will contribute to softer occupancy and revenue growth in the coming year. [TRD]

Inside Kushner Companies’ $1B expansion into South Florida. Since the start of the year, the firm has rolled out plans to build three major apartment projects in Miami and Fort Lauderdale that will bring a total of 3,000 units – at a time when condo development has nearly ground to a halt and when the area’s multifamily market has already delivered more than 10,000 units over the past year. [TRD]

Barneys’ creditors are still holding out hope that an underdog bidder will keep the iconic luxury retailer’s doors open. Ahead of a Halloween-day hearing to finalize the sale of Barneys, the retailer’s unsecured creditors demanded to review a second acquisition bid that would save the department store. But it is unknown whether the bid will even come in before the hearing. [TRD]

Renderings of 2000 Ocean

Renderings of 2000 Ocean

Shahab Karmely’s KAR Properties released new renderings of 2000 Ocean. The Hallandale Beach development, which launched sales of the luxury condos in 2017, is going vertical after completing a construction pour earlier this year. The 38-story building, with interiors by Minotti and minotticucine, was designed by Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos. It’s expected to be completed in early 2021.

Aaron’s former chairman and CEO is taking townhouses to the auction block. Charles Smithgall wants to sell two condos he owns in Palm Beach, previously listed for $5.6 million and $5.1 million, via auction. Smithgall, who also bought a Palm Beach house earlier this year for $8.15 million, tapped B6 Real Estate Advisors’ Jeff Hubbard, James Cote, Katherine DeCoste and Christian Koulichkov to sell the two townhouses at 419 and 421 Brazilian Avenue.

An NCAA decision Tuesday means college athletes nationwide could soon be allowed to earn compensation for endorsement deals. The landmark decision is a stark reversal of the collegiate sports association’s decades-long stance against compensation for athletes. The NCAA’s governing board directed its three divisions to make changes to compensation rules by no later than January 2021. [TRD]

A group of co-living and short-term rental operators and developers discussed how their businesses are becoming a growing segment of South Florida’s multifamily market. Watch the panelists, who include Brian Lee of Common, Sonder’s Marley Dominguez, Brian Koles of PMG, and Ollie’s Andy Levin on co-living and other new housing trends targeting millennials recently at The Real Deal’s Sixth Annual Miami Showcase & Forum. [TRD]

Compiled by Katherine Kallergis

The Dalmore Whiskey Social at Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach

The Dalmore Whiskey Social at Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach

Wednesday, November 13, 2019
It’s a party on the patio!
On Wednesday, Nov. 13th, Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach invites guests to experience the difference of Dalmore through five…

Esta es la razón por la que Google quiere que los usuarios paguen para usar Gmail

Esta es la razón por la que Google quiere que los usuarios paguen para usar Gmail

Tras el éxito de la empresa Google en sus servicios digitales de almacenamiento gratuito en la nube esperan dar un paso más y animar a sus usuarios a suscribirse a Google One.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

Esto está sucediendo a medida que la cantidad de datos que la gente almacena en línea continúa creciendo.

Cuando la gente llega a esos límites, se dan cuenta de que no tienen más remedio que empezar a pagar, o se arriesgan a perder el acceso a correos electrónicos, fotos y documentos personales.

El costo no es excesivo para la mayoría de los consumidores, pero a la escala que opera Google, esto podrí

Algunos usuarios de Gmail no están muy contentos con los cambios. «Estoy irrazonablemente triste por usar casi todo mi almacenamiento gratuito de google. Se sentía infinito. ¡Por favor, no me hagas pagar! Necesito los googledocs de U gmail», dijo una persona en Twitter.

Algunas personas han enviado mensajes de pánico a Google en los últimos meses como advertencias sobre los límites de almacenamiento.

En mayo, Google presentó Google One, un sustituto de su servicio de almacenamiento en nube Drive. Hay un nivel gratuito de 15 GB – suficiente espacio para unas 5.000 fotos, dependiendo de la resolución.

Su valor es de 1.99 dólares al mes por 100 GB y más desde ahí. Esto incluye varios tipos de archivos previamente guardados en Google Drive, además de correos electrónicos de Gmail y fotos y vídeos.

 

 

 

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Miami-Dade approves Brightline deal to build PortMiami station, WeWork eyeing electronic gaming play: Daily digest

Miami-Dade approves Brightline deal to build PortMiami station, WeWork eyeing electronic gaming play: 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 6:00 p.m.

 

The Miami-Dade County Commission approved a public-private partnership with Brightline to build a Virgin Trains station at PortMiami by 2020. The $15.4 million station would eventually connect to Orlando International Airport by 2022. Brightline is also working on adding a stop in Aventura and is in talks with the city of Boca Raton to add another station next year, according to a release.

 

WeWork wants to get into … electronic gaming? The troubled co-working giant applied for a trademark for “Play By We” earlier this year, according to documents published in the UK last week. The company has hired a handful of staffers for the fledgling business, but their fate is now unclear as thousands of job cuts are planned following Softbank’s takeover. [Bloomberg]

 

The Icahn Enterprises move to South Florida has begun. Carl Icahn’s stepdaughter and her husband, an executive at the corporate raider’s investment firm, paid $7.3 million for a new waterfront house in Golden Beach. A trust tied to Hunter Gary and his wife Shana purchased the 7,981-square-foot home at 301 Center Island Drive for $914 per square foot, records show. [TRD]

 

The Altman Companies closed on a 30-acre development site in Miramar for $35 million, and at the same time sold a portion of the land to a joint venture for $6 million. Altman, led by CEO Jeff Roberts, acquired the plot of land on the northeast corner of Miramar Parkway and Red Road, said Thomas Godart, managing director of Godart Florida Real Estate Development. The company simultaneously sold 6.7 acres of that site to a joint venture between Master Development Inc. and Konover South. [TRD]

 

Zillow CEO Rich Barton insists its ibuying is not home-flipping. Instead of making money off of home price appreciation, the company’s Zillow Offers tool generates money for the company in the form of a transaction fee, Barton emphasized at an event Monday. [TRD]

 

A rezoning in Dania Beach could spark residential development of an 11-acre block along a canal, across the street from the sprawling Dania Pointe mixed-use development.
The Dania Beach City Commission voted Monday on second reading to change the zoning for the rectangular block along Bryan Road. Miami-based developer Asi Cymbal worked with four owners of Bryan Road properties to get their entire block rezoned, and he proposed a site plan for an eight-story, 302-unit rental apartment development on part of the block. [TRD]

 

All-cash homebuying startup Ribbon raised $330 million in new debt and equity. The startup, founded in 2017, empowers buyers who need financing to compete against all-cash bids in a competitive market. [TRD]

 

Vacation rental startup Vacasa is now valued at $1 billion. The startup raised $319 million in a strategic round led by Silicon Valley private equity firm Silver Lake, bringing its total funding to more than $500 million. Vacasa currently manages 23,000 homes on behalf of properties. [TRD]

 

Ben Carson’s HUD wants banks to lend on low-income homes again. HUD and the Department of Justice are moving to reduce bank fines for minor infractions associated with FHA mortgages, as nonbank lenders have increasingly filled the void left by banks since the last recession. [TRD]

 

Target will anchor the Grove Central Metrorail Station project. The retail giant is leasing just under 50,000 square feet at Grass River Property and Terra’s mixed-use transit-oriented development, according to the South Florida Business Journal. In all, Grove Central will have 135,000 square feet of retail space. [SFBJ]

 

The S&P 500 rallied to a record high on Monday, but real estate stocks didn’t follow suit. Nareit’s All REITs index, a measure of real estate investment trusts, was down 0.53 percent. Equity REITs fell 0.6 percent, though mortgage REITs rose 0.38 percent. And the Real Estate Select Sector Index fell by 2 points by the end of the day. Out of a mix of 28 real estate stocks tracked by The Real Deal, 15 posted gains and one stayed flat. [TRD]

 

A total of 117 condos sold for $48.5 million in Miami-Dade County last week, compared to the 116 units that sold for a combined $37 million the previous week. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $414,000 or $307 per square foot. The top deal was the $3.7 million closing of Jade Signature unit 1503. [TRD]

 

Compiled by Katherine Kallergis

The post Miami-Dade approves Brightline deal to build PortMiami station, WeWork eyeing electronic gaming play: Daily digest appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.

Miami-Dade approves Brightline deal to build PortMiami station, WeWork eyeing electronic gaming play: 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 6:00 p.m.

The Miami-Dade County Commission approved a public-private partnership with Brightline to build a Virgin Trains station at PortMiami by 2020. The $15.4 million station would eventually connect to Orlando International Airport by 2022. Brightline is also working on adding a stop in Aventura and is in talks with the city of Boca Raton to add another station next year, according to a release.

WeWork wants to get into … electronic gaming? The troubled co-working giant applied for a trademark for “Play By We” earlier this year, according to documents published in the UK last week. The company has hired a handful of staffers for the fledgling business, but their fate is now unclear as thousands of job cuts are planned following Softbank’s takeover. [Bloomberg]

The Icahn Enterprises move to South Florida has begun. Carl Icahn’s stepdaughter and her husband, an executive at the corporate raider’s investment firm, paid $7.3 million for a new waterfront house in Golden Beach. A trust tied to Hunter Gary and his wife Shana purchased the 7,981-square-foot home at 301 Center Island Drive for $914 per square foot, records show. [TRD]

The Altman Companies closed on a 30-acre development site in Miramar for $35 million, and at the same time sold a portion of the land to a joint venture for $6 million. Altman, led by CEO Jeff Roberts, acquired the plot of land on the northeast corner of Miramar Parkway and Red Road, said Thomas Godart, managing director of Godart Florida Real Estate Development. The company simultaneously sold 6.7 acres of that site to a joint venture between Master Development Inc. and Konover South. [TRD]

Zillow CEO Rich Barton insists its ibuying is not home-flipping. Instead of making money off of home price appreciation, the company’s Zillow Offers tool generates money for the company in the form of a transaction fee, Barton emphasized at an event Monday. [TRD]

A rezoning in Dania Beach could spark residential development of an 11-acre block along a canal, across the street from the sprawling Dania Pointe mixed-use development.
The Dania Beach City Commission voted Monday on second reading to change the zoning for the rectangular block along Bryan Road. Miami-based developer Asi Cymbal worked with four owners of Bryan Road properties to get their entire block rezoned, and he proposed a site plan for an eight-story, 302-unit rental apartment development on part of the block. [TRD]

All-cash homebuying startup Ribbon raised $330 million in new debt and equity. The startup, founded in 2017, empowers buyers who need financing to compete against all-cash bids in a competitive market. [TRD]

Vacation rental startup Vacasa is now valued at $1 billion. The startup raised $319 million in a strategic round led by Silicon Valley private equity firm Silver Lake, bringing its total funding to more than $500 million. Vacasa currently manages 23,000 homes on behalf of properties. [TRD]

Ben Carson’s HUD wants banks to lend on low-income homes again. HUD and the Department of Justice are moving to reduce bank fines for minor infractions associated with FHA mortgages, as nonbank lenders have increasingly filled the void left by banks since the last recession. [TRD]

Target will anchor the Grove Central Metrorail Station project. The retail giant is leasing just under 50,000 square feet at Grass River Property and Terra’s mixed-use transit-oriented development, according to the South Florida Business Journal. In all, Grove Central will have 135,000 square feet of retail space. [SFBJ]

The S&P 500 rallied to a record high on Monday, but real estate stocks didn’t follow suit. Nareit’s All REITs index, a measure of real estate investment trusts, was down 0.53 percent. Equity REITs fell 0.6 percent, though mortgage REITs rose 0.38 percent. And the Real Estate Select Sector Index fell by 2 points by the end of the day. Out of a mix of 28 real estate stocks tracked by The Real Deal, 15 posted gains and one stayed flat. [TRD]

A total of 117 condos sold for $48.5 million in Miami-Dade County last week, compared to the 116 units that sold for a combined $37 million the previous week. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $414,000 or $307 per square foot. The top deal was the $3.7 million closing of Jade Signature unit 1503. [TRD]

Compiled by Katherine Kallergis

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau's 2019 Annual Meeting & Chairman's Reception

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau's 2019 Annual Meeting & Chairman's Reception

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau hosted their Annual Meeting on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at the Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon. In addition to sharing tourism highlights…