Dive into the Design Details Behind Uber-Anticipated Development 2000 Ocean

Dive into the Design Details Behind Uber-Anticipated Development 2000 Ocean

A sprawling oasis seamlessly combining the powerful philosophies of elevation and connectivity. 2000 Ocean by KAR Properties, an elegant structure off the shores of Hallandale Beach, is a pano…

Proteccionistas de animales rescataron a un grupo de perros que serían sometidos a Zoonosis

Proteccionistas de animales rescataron a un grupo de perros que serían sometidos a Zoonosis

Este lunes un grupo de proteccionistas de animales rescató a un grupo de perros que serían sometidos a zoonosis de cara a la visita de los Reyes de España.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

La medida tenía como objetivo ‘limpiar’ la ciudad de animales deambulantes para la llegada de Felipe y Letizia, así como por el 500 aniversario de fundación de la villa.

Razón por la cual los proteccionistas cubanos se plantaron con carteles frente a la sede de la institución en la ciudad y lograron impedir que 13 caninos murieran a manos de Zoonosis.

El grupo Cubanos en Defensa de los Animales (CEDA), que se mantuvo divulgando información sobre la protesta, pidió ayuda con la búsqueda de un hogar de tránsito para cada rescatado.

 

Con información de Periódico Cubano

 

 

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Related sells Tampa apartments for record $132M, Miami apartment tower evacuated after fire: Daily digest

Related sells Tampa apartments for record $132M, Miami apartment tower evacuated after fire: 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 p.m.

 
Icon Harbour Island

Icon Harbour Island

The Related Group sold an apartment community on Harbour Island for $131.5 million, the largest multifamily deal in the Tampa Bay area. Icon Harbour Island, a 340-unit, 21-story high-rise, sold for $387,000 per unit, according to Newmark Knight Frank, which brokered the deal. Olympus Property is the buyer. The building was completed a year ago, Related said.

 

The Flagler on the River apartment complex was evacuated after a fire broke out. The fire began in a barbecue grill and spread to the balcony of one of the units at the Melo Group-owned apartment building. The fire department got the fire under control and no one was hurt, according to CBS Miami. [CBS Miami]

 

Jeffrey Soffer scores $1.2B refi of Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan provided the fixed-rate loan for the nearly 1,600-key hotel at 4441 Collins Avenue, according to a press release from Newmark Knight Frank. [TRD]

 

Bradford Marine unveiled plans for its multi-phase renovation project of Fort Lauderdale Yacht Harbor. The project will include a facelift, new landscaping, new paving, parking, signage and new fitness center for yacht crews.

 

After the dramatic ouster of former CEO Adam Neumann, WeWork may have found a new leader. The company is in talks with T-Mobile US Inc. Chief Executive John Legere to take over the position, according to the Wall Street Journal. The We Company is reportedly looking for someone who can right the ship after the firm’s failed IPO attempt led to Neumann’s resignation and SoftBank’s bailout of the company. [TRD]

 

This vitamin company just got a financial shot in the arm. Rexall Sundown sold its warehouse in Pompano Beach for $8.7 million after the company laid off 250 employees earlier this year at three of its South Florida locations. [TRD]

 

The merger between JLL and HFF is still working through some issues. Several of JLL’s top agents have left the firm, and the newly created massive brokerage is still trying to settle on a clear direction. [TRD]

 

The SEC questioned WeWork’s financial metrics before the startup canceled its IPO. The agency sent WeWork a list of 13 unresolved issues on Sept. 11, according to correspondence seen by the Wall Street Journal. The agency was particularly concerned about how the company used a profitability metric called “contribution margin” to frame its losses. [WSJ]

 

The pool at Dania BeachThe pool at The Place at Dania Beach flooded again, forcing residents to evacuate from the downtown Dania apartment building. The pool, on the eighth floor rooftop of the building, leaked several thousands of gallons of water onto the floors below, less than two months after it first flooded. AHS Residential sold the 144-unit building at 180 East Dania Beach Boulevard last year to a California trust for $38 million. The city launched a criminal investigation to look into the leak.
[Miami Herald]

 

A Jupiter real estate firm will bring in a local developer to build out required research space at a new development that has been empty for over a year. Seven Kings Holding LLC plans to bring a developer in to convert the space into wet labs, clean rooms and other research space for research, biotech and life science tenants, according to the Palm Beach Post. The city would not grant the $75 million senior and rehab complex its certificate of occupancy until it fulfilled the research requirement. [Palm Beach Post]

 
Steven E. McCraney, President & CEO McCraney Property Company with the land

Steven E. McCraney, President & CEO McCraney Property Company with the land

McCraney Property Company and Mitchell Property Realty bought an 8.74-acre vacant site for $7.5 million in Boca Raton to build a new industrial project. McCraney and Mitchell purchased the land for $858,123 per acre from Biotest AG. It is located off of Park of Commerce Way near I-95. [TRD]

 

Compiled by Katherine Kallergis

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Why Hits Blunts Is One Of The Most Unique & Important Social Media Sites Today

Why Hits Blunts Is One Of The Most Unique & Important Social Media Sites Today

If you’re new to the cannabis space online, a great place to start exploring is the @HitsBlunt account.

The page- which up until now has been private- has astonishingly amassed a thriving aud…

Congresistas de EEUU oficializarán «Caucus por la democracia de Venezuela»

Congresistas de EEUU oficializarán «Caucus por la democracia de Venezuela»

Gracias al apoyo de la Embajada de Venezuela en Estados Unidos y organizaciones de la diáspora, los congresistas oficializarán “Caucus por la Democracia de Venezuela”.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

A partir del miércoles 13 de noviembre los venezolanos en Estados Unidos tendrán un espacio de representación oficial ante el Congreso de ese país, gracias al esfuerzo conjunto y bipartidista del representante republicano Mario Diaz-Balart  y la legisladora demócrata Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, organizaciones de la diáspora y de Carlos Vecchio, embajador de Venezuela en EEUU, informaron a través de una nota de prensa.

Vecchio indicó que «desde la Embajada de Venezuela que representa al gobierno interino del Presidente Juan Guaidó ante los Estados Unidos hemos trabajado muy duro, junto a docenas de hermanos venezolanos y congresistas aliados, para lograr este Caucus que permitirá fortalecer la lucha por el restablecimiento de la democracia y la libertad de nuestra patria, impulsar con mayor contundencia mecanismos de protección para la comunidad venezolana en EEUU que brinden tranquilidad migratoria y evite arrestos y deportaciones de nuestros ciudadanos que buscan un apoyo mientras salimos de la dictadura criminal de Maduro, y mayores medidas de presión para detener el sufrimiento de millones de hermanos que siguen luchando desde Venezuela contra el régimen usurpador”.

Mario Diaz-Balart

Por su parte, el congresista Mario Diaz-Balart detalló, que este Caucus “es un grupo bipartidista que vamos a expandir para mantener el énfasis y el apoyo a la causa de la libertad en Venezuela. Estamos totalmente unidos en el concepto básico: la libertad absoluta de Venezuela y eso significa que regrese la democracia, la soberanía”.

El Caucus venezolano se oficializará el miércoles 13 de noviembre, en The House Triangle del Capitolio de los Estados Unidos, en Washington, a las 3 de la tarde participarán autoridades venezolanas, autoridades del Congreso de EEUU y un grupo de organizaciones y miembros de la diáspora en EEUU.

Venezolanos en EEUU

Un Caucus es «una organización informal de miembros de la Cámara o el Senado, o ambos, que existe para discutir temas de interés mutuo y posiblemente para realizar investigaciones legislativas y planificación de políticas para sus miembros”, destacó la nota de prensa.

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South Florida home sales rise in Q3

South Florida home sales rise in Q3

South Florida’s housing market had a good Q3 as home sales rose (Credit: iStock)

South Florida’s housing market had a good Q3 as home sales rose (Credit: iStock)

Home sales, dollar volume and median prices rose across South Florida in the third quarter, driven by an influx of buyers from high-tax states and declining mortgage rates. The one down note was condo sales in Palm Beach County, which dipped 1.8 percent in the same year-over-year comparison.

The numbers from the Miami Association of Realtors reflect a strong September, when sales in Miami-Dade and Broward counties climbed by double digits. July was also solid, as sales dollar volume soared, particularly in Palm Beach County. August proved to be a slow month, with a drop in closings across the region.

Miami-Dade

Sales of single-family homes and condos increased in the third quarter in Miami-Dade County.

Total sales rose 4.6 percent, year over year, to 7,104. Single-family home sales jumped 7.5 percent to 3,514. Condo sales inched up 1.9 percent to 3,590.

Single-family sales dollar volume climbed by 13.4 percent to $2 billion, while condo sales volume remained flat at $1.3 billion.

The median price for single-family homes increased 2.8 percent to $370,000, while the median price for condos rose 4.3 percent to $245,000.

Broward

In Broward County, single-family home sales rose 4 percent in the third quarter, year over year, to 4,299 sales. Condo sales jumped 6.4 percent to 4,383.

Single-family and condo dollar volume also grew, up 7.7 percent to $2 billion, and up 6.6 percent to $951 million, respectively.

The median price for a single-family home increased to $370,000, a 4.2 percent jump, and the median price for a condo increased 4.8 percent, to $173,000.

Palm Beach

Total Palm Beach home sales rose 3.8 percent, to 8,046. Single-family home sales jumped 8.3 percent, year over year, to 4,697. Condo sales fell, however, by 1.8 percent, to 3,349.

Dollar volume soared by 19.6 percent for single-family homes, to $2.6 billion. For condos, dollar volume climbed by 16.5 percent to $1 billion.

The median price for single-family homes rose 2.9 percent to $345,000, while the median price for condos increased 3.4 percent to $185,000.

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Descubre las 4 maneras de lograr ser ciudadano de EEUU

Descubre las 4 maneras de lograr ser ciudadano de EEUU

Muchas personas suenan con tener la nacionalidad estadounidense pero no saben cómo hacerlo, existen cuatro formas de conseguir ser americano, en este artículo las descubrirá.

Por Redacción MiamiDiario

La principal manera de ser ciudadano americano es nacer en Estados Unidos, ya que al ser oriundo de este país automáticamente adquiere la nacionalidad. Sin embargo, no es la única forma, indicó politicaya.com.

Otra manera es por derecho de sangre, esto implica que los hijos de estadounidenses tienen el derecho de ser ciudadanos. Es mucho más fácil adquirirla siendo menor de edad, los padres son los encargados de tramitar la nacionalidad , al cumplir la mayoría de edad los trámites son más engorrosos.

La manera más habitual de los inmigrantes ser ciudadanos es por naturalización, la sustentan por aspectos laborales, académicos, negocios o culturales, cada una de estas razones tiene una serie de requisitos que se deben cumplir. Primero se solicita la residencia permanente legal, luego se obtiene la Green Card, después espera cinco años solicitar la ciudadanía, en caso de contraer matrimonio con un estadounidense sólo debe esperar tres.

Cabe destacar que el solo hecho de casarse no da la residencia, es el primer paso, luego de 3 años de matrimonio y vida activa en el país, puede solicitar la naturalización.

Existen otras formas de naturalización como ciudadanía por abuelos, para militares, casos de adopción, especialistas en salud e idiomas.

Otra forma es por derivación, cuando una persona consigue la ciudadanía americana, sus hijos la adquieren automática, siempre y cuando sean menores de 18 años y residentes legales o vivan con alguno de los padres bajo custodia física.

En el caso de la adopción, el procedimiento es más largo debido a que las autoridades deben certificar los documentos de adopción internacional y dependerá de la edad de los nuevos aspirantes a la ciudadanía. Si son menores de edad, los padres deberán comprobar la legítima potestad y los mayores de 18 deberán pasar por entrevistas y trámites con migración.

Un dato valioso es que a los únicos que se les niega la nacionalidad al nacer en Estados Unidos son a los hijos de diplomáticos de otros naciones debido a que están en zonas que no pertenecen a la jurisdicción gubernamental.

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Bloomberg v. Trump: Real estate edition

Bloomberg v. Trump: Real estate edition

Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg (Credit: Getty Images)

Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg (Credit: Getty Images)

Despite their many differences, Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg do have a few things in common.

Both are billionaires, both may be vying for the same office now that Bloomberg is considering a presidential run, and both men have a penchant for luxury residential properties.

The former New York City mayor and registered Democrat has built a townhome empire on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, while President Trump prefers the vertical life at his Trump Tower penthouse.

Something else they have in common: both have homes in Upstate New York and in Florida.

Ahead of a potential presidential face-off, The Real Deal sizes up some of their personal properties.

Michael Bloomberg

13808 Fairlane Court, Florida
Bloomberg’s daughter, Georgina, is a keen equestrian, and regularly attends the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, a wealthy enclave in Palm Beach County. That’s where Bloomberg bought this 5.8-acre estate in 2016 for $11.8 million.

19 and 17 East 79th Street (Credit: Google Maps)

19 and 17 East 79th Street (Credit: Google Maps)

19 East 79th Street, New York: 5 units
Bloomberg bought five units in this co-op over the years through an LLC, including one in which he bought from Charles and Susana Finkel i 2016 for $14 million.

17 East 79th Street, New York
Bloomberg purchased this five-story limestone townhouse next door in 1986 for $3.5 million. According to reports, he hoped to combine the neighboring properties to build a megamansion.

610 Park Avenue (Credit Street Easy)

610 Park Avenue (Credit Street Easy)

610 Park Avenue Apt. 5B, New York
Bloomberg bought this condo through a trust in 2008 for an undisclosed price. Property records show he bought a storage unit in the same building in 2013 for $50,000.

Farmhouse, North Salem, New York
Bloomberg bought this four-bedroom 1820s farmhouse — complete with indoor riding ring — in 2000 for $3.6 million.

Vail's Mountain Haus at 292 E Meadow Dr, Vail, Colorado

Vail’s Mountain Haus at 292 E Meadow Dr, Vail, Colorado

Vail’s Mountain Haus: 292 E. Meadow Drive, Vail, Colorado
An avid skier, Bloomberg owns a four-bedroom condo at Vail’s Mountain Haus ski resort. Similar to a hotel, the 72-unit building has daily maid service and offers room service through the on-site George Restaurant & Pub, according to New York magazine.

4 Cheyne Walk, London, United Kingdom (Credit Wikipedia)

4 Cheyne Walk, London, United Kingdom (Credit Wikipedia)

4 Cheyne Walk, London, United Kingdom
Bloomberg purchased the 6,266 square-foot home in 2015 for $25 million. The seven-bedroom mansion was originally built in 1715 and has been featured in Town and Country magazine. The property includes an ornately decorated library, garden and master suite.

Stokes Bay, Bermuda
This 6,000-square-foot estate was purchased in 1998. Soon after, Bloomberg demolished the original home and built a $10 million mansion that includes a mini-golf course, multiple swimming pools and a private beach, according to New York magazine.

Donald Trump

Mar-a-Lago Resort at 1100 S. Ocean Blvd (Credit: Getty Images)

Mar-a-Lago Resort at 1100 S. Ocean Blvd (Credit: Getty Images)

Mar-a-Lago Resort 1100 S. Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, Florida
The 110,000 square-foot resort has famously become the president’s second home, and now that he is switching residency, will be his actual home. Built in 1927 by Marjorie Meriiweather Post, Trump bought the 126-room mansion in 1985. According to Forbes, he also owns three other homes near Mar-a-Lago, collectively valued at $36 million.

Trump Tower (Credit: StreetEasy)

Trump Tower (Credit: StreetEasy)

Penthouse, Trump Tower, New York
Trump’s longtime residence, the three-story Trump Tower penthouse features interior details in marble and 24-carat gold. The unit was designed by the late Angelo Donghia, who also designed homes for Ralph Lauren and Diana Ross.

Seven Springs mansion, Bedford, New York
This 39,000-square-foot property, north of New York, sits on 213 acres of land and reportedly features 13 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a bowling alley and an indoor pool. When he originally bought it $7.5 million in 1995, Trump wanted to build an 18-hole golf course on the site, but he never got approval for the construction.

Two houses in Sterling, Virginia
Located near the Trump National Golf Club in Washington, these homes are collectively valued at $1.5 million, according to Forbes. Though little is known about the properties, the president is said to lend them out to club members and guests.

Beachfront home, St. Martin, Caribbean
Trump bought this beachfront home in 2017 and listed it for $28 million in 2013, later dropping the price to $17 million. In 2018, it was reported that the property was available to rent on Airbnb.

—Sylvia Varnham O’Regan and Jacqueline Flynn. Research by Mary Diduch

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Lista de ESPN coloca a los Hurricanes de Miami en un sitial de honor dentro del Fútbol Americano universitario

Lista de ESPN coloca a los Hurricanes de Miami en un sitial de honor dentro del Fútbol Americano universitario

Por redacción MiamiDiario

El fútbol universitario celebra su 150 aniversario este año, y en conmemoración, ESPN ha presentado una lista de los 150 mejores juegos en la historia del fútbol universitario. En la lista hay juegos que han moldeado la estructura del fútbol americano universitario y lo han convertido en lo que es hoy: el más popular de todos los deportes profesionales en la nación.

Cuatro de los seis mejores juegos involucran a una pequeña escuela en Coral Gables llamada Universidad de Miami. Gane o pierda, UM participó en más juegos en la lista que cualquier otra escuela.

Ya sea que te gusten o no los Hurricanes, como se le conoce al equipo de fútbol americano,  no se puede debatir el hecho de que son una viga fundamental que soporta el peso en la casa que construyó el fútbol universitario. Sin la U, el fútbol universitario no sería lo mismo.

Según ESPN, los Hurricanes han jugado en diez de los 150 mejores juegos de fútbol americano universitario, incluido el puesto número dos: la victoria de Miami por 31-30 sobre los Cornhuskers de Nebraska en el Orange Bowl de 1984

La lista es un buen recordatorio de que Miami, aunque fue un error en el radar del fútbol universitario hasta los años 80, es tan importante para el deporte como cualquier otra escuela.

Información obtenida de: Miami New Times

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FINCEN renews order looking at cash purchases, Barry Sternlicht is eyeing an economic slowdown: Daily digest

FINCEN renews order looking at cash purchases, Barry Sternlicht is eyeing an economic slowdown: 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 9 a.m.

 

Financial Crimes Enforcement Network extends its order that looks into cash purchases of real estate for another six months. The order requires all U.S. title insurance companies to identify natural persons behind shell companies used in all-cash purchases of residential real estate. The purchase amount remains at $300,000 for each metropolitan area, which includes Miami, New York City and Los Angeles.

 

Bloomberg v. Trump: Real estate edition. Despite their many differences, Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg do have a few things in common. Both are billionaires, both may be vying for the same office now that Bloomberg is considering a presidential run, and both men have a penchant for luxury residential properties. [TRD]

 

Barry Sternlicht is eyeing an economic slowdown. Starwood Property Trust’s CEO Barry Sternlicht sees an economic slowdown in the near future as the country faces a new presidential election. Net income was $140.4 million, up 66 percent from $84.5 million in the same period of 2018, reflecting increased interest income on loans outstanding. [TRD]

 

South Florida home sales rise in Q3. Home sales, dollar volume and median prices rose across South Florida in the third quarter, driven by an influx of buyers from high-tax states and declining mortgage rates. [TRD]

 

Michael Shvo to unveil tropical gardens with LaLanne exhibit at the Raleigh. Developer Michael Shvo will unveil a LaLanne exhibit at the Raleigh hotel in Miami Beach ahead of Art Basel, a move that draws parallels to his marketing efforts at the Getty in New York City. [TRD]

 

Shareholder litigation against WeWork’s major players has begun. Co-founder Adam Neumann, SoftBank head Masayoshi Son and board members of the embattled office-space company were sued this week by a minority shareholder who accuses them of self-dealing and unjustly enriching themselves. [TRD]

 

Realtor.com’s parent is eyeing the mortgage business. Side businesses may be coming to Realtor.com. The site’s parent company Move Inc. will be moving into offering “adjacencies,” such as mortgages, as the overhaul of Realtor.com’s lead generation platform continues, said News Corporation’s CEO Robert Thomson in an earnings call Thursday. News Corp. owns Move. [TRD]

 

Zillow tries out a closing-services platform. In an effort to become a one-stop shop for home buying and selling, Zillow is testing a closing-services platform in an undisclosed number of markets. The new platform will work in tandem with the company’s buying and selling platform, Zillow Offers, with a goal to improve the economics of each home sale or purchase, according to Inman. [TRD]

 

The Underline obtains a $22 million grant. Friends of the Underline snagged a $22 million grant from Miami-Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works to complete the Underline, a 10-mile long park for people to run and bike on. The new money will allow the Underline to connect to Coral Gables.

 

Sears said it will shut down 96 more Sears or Kmart locations. Sears announced it will continue to shut down locations and will have just 182 Sears or Kmart stores, down from 425 locations as of February, according to the Wall Street Journal. Five years ago, the company had nearly 2,000 locations. [WSJ]

 

Zillow’s Rich Barton (Credit: iStock)

Zillow’s revenue doubled in the third quarter. The company’s revenue grew to a record $745.2 million during the third quarter, driven by its year-old iBuying program. For the first time since the Seattle-based company launched an instant home-buying feature, revenue from its “Homes” segment eclipsed that of agent advertising. [TRD]

 
Rendering of Legacy Hotel and Residences with Dan Kodsi and Peggy Olin

Rendering of Legacy Hotel and Residences with Dan Kodsi and Peggy Olin

Developer Dan Kodsi plans hotel-condo tower at Miami Worldcenter. Dan Kodsi, who recently delivered the luxury condo tower Paramount Miami Worldcenter, revealed plans for his next building, Legacy Hotel and Residences, also at Worldcenter. [TRD]

 

Has Compass eased recruiting? Four months after filing a wide-ranging lawsuit accusing Compass of “predatory” poaching, Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider described a dramatic drop in Compass’ hiring. During an earnings call, Schneider said the firm’s “recruiting intensity” in October was down almost 50 percent from September and 67 percent from August, according to Realogy’s calculations [TRD]

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