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@example.com
This page was last updated at 9 a.m.
Free People, Madewell, Marie Robinson and Maisons du Monde opened at Aventura Mall. Carolina Herrera and Breitling opened in new spaces, and Peloton moved from a kiosk to a permanent store, according to a press release. Jackie Soffer and Simon Property Group own the mall at 19501 Biscayne Boulevard. [Press release]
The home of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop sold for $1.2 million. The Key West Literary Seminar purchased Bishop’s Key West home with plans to renovate it and use it as its headquarters, according to the Miami Herald. Bishop sold it to a family, which just sold it to the nonprofit. Her requirement to the family was that the home wouldn’t be changed. [Miami Herald]
A rezoning in Pompano Beach could advance Harbourside at Hidden Harbour, a planned nine-story, mixed-use development with 300 apartments on a waterfront corner of North Federal Highway. City commissioners initially approved a proposal to rezone about 9 acres next to a canal on the southeast corner of Federal Highway and Northeast 16th Street in Pompano Beach. [TRD]
On the heels of raising $35 million, a San Francisco-based brokerage that provides white-label tools to agents has set its sights on Florida. Side, the venture-backed brokerage founded in 2017, launched in Florida this week, the company said. Donnie Pingaro is Side’s managing broker in Florida. [TRD]
Compiled by Katherine Kallergis
The post These new retailers joined Aventura Mall, poet’s Key West home sells for $1.2M appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.