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Carrfour to Deliver First 56 Affordable Units with NSP2 Funds

Carrfour to Deliver First 56 Affordable Units with NSP2 Funds

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Carrfour Supportive Housing is putting federal stimulus dollars to work with the purchase of a formerly distressed apartment complex, Harvard House Apartments. The Miami-based developer purchased the property through funds from the U.S. Department of Housing [...]…

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AON Group Renews Brickell Lease; 2525 Ponce Signs Quest Workspaces

AON Group Renews Brickell Lease; 2525 Ponce Signs Quest Workspaces

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Insurance giant AON Group has renewed its lease at Brickell Bay Office Tower in what marks the largest office lease transaction completed this year in Miami’s Brickell office market. Currently 91 percent occupied, the Class A [...]…

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A ‘Greener’ South Florida with New Hampton Inn and FAU Building

A ‘Greener’ South Florida with New Hampton Inn and FAU Building

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor South Florida is about to get much greener, as Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Brickell-Downtown, slated for opening next month, set its sights on becoming Miami’s first LEED Certified hotel and the third LEED Certified Hampton [...]…

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Las Olas City Centre to Sell for $160M; 396 Alhambra Opens South Tower

Las Olas City Centre to Sell for $160M; 396 Alhambra Opens South Tower

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Las Olas City Centre, the prominent Fort Lauderdale office tower, is being purchased by a fund related to JP Morgan Investment Management for $160 million, or $400 per square foot. According to South Florida Business Journal, [...]…

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Vertical Development Starts on $200M New Miami Art Museum

Vertical Development Starts on $200M New Miami Art Museum

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor With its structural foundation now complete, the new Miami Art Museum at Museum Park will soon begin vertical development. The $200 million project, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, has reached an important milestone—passing on to [...]…

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Opening Nears for New Hampton Inn & Suites

Opening Nears for New Hampton Inn & Suites

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor With the opening date set for September 2011, Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Brickell-Downtown has begun wrapping up the final details by appointing two new members to the hotel’s senior staff. Eduardo Chapoval, appointed general manager, [...]…

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Aventura Optima Plaza Seeking Tenants; Construction Starts for The Building

Aventura Optima Plaza Seeking Tenants; Construction Starts for The Building

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor The Aventura Optima Plaza, the first local project for Mexican developer Ariel Bromberg, is seeking tenants one year before completion; Colliers International South Florida has been hired as the exclusive agent, with Executive Vice President and [...]…

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Long-Awaited New Residences in Store for Coral Gables

Long-Awaited New Residences in Store for Coral Gables

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Coral Gables ranks among one of the most exclusive housing markets in the country, and construction has been fairly slow since 2006. But this seems about to change, given recent news. HFF (Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP) [...]…

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New Dining Options for 1450 Brickell/One Broadway

New Dining Options for 1450 Brickell/One Broadway

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor One of Miami’s newest Class-A office towers, the 35-story 1450 Brickell, continues making headlines one year after its inauguration. The first Miami office tower (and one of the first buildings in South Florida) to receive LEED-Gold [...]…

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Miami’s Brickell CitiCentre and 1700 Biscayne Boulevard Approved by City Commissioners

Miami’s Brickell CitiCentre and 1700 Biscayne Boulevard Approved by City Commissioners

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor June 23 marked a great day for developers Swire Properties and James Goldstein, as Miami city commissioners approved both of their major projects that are to reshape the city core. In an attempt to create Miami’s own [...]…

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NoBe Bay Condos Get New Owners; Resorts World Miami Selects Arquitectonica

NoBe Bay Condos Get New Owners; Resorts World Miami Selects Arquitectonica

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor The partially finished waterfront condominium tower NoBe Bay has been monopolizing headlines since last week when it changed ownership. A joint venture formed by 13th Floor Investments and Key International has successfully closed the deal on [...]…

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Downtown Office Building May Sell for Record Post-Recession Price

Downtown Office Building May Sell for Record Post-Recession Price

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Downtown Miami’s SunTrust International’s sale has caused quite a stir among real estate experts due to its rumored sale price of $195 per square foot. The building has an occupancy rate of 82 percent, serving as [...]…

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