By Kathy A. McDonald Once bohemian and artsy, the leafy bayside enclave of Miami’s Coconut Grove has gone decidedly upscale. In 2022, the suburb was home to Miami’s priciest residential real estate transaction when entrepreneur and Citadel CEO Ken Griffin paid $106 million for two mansions on a combined lot with expansive bayfront frontage and unobstructed views. […]Read More
Topgolf bought a Pompano Beach development site for $14.7 million, marking a step forward for the driving range chain’s first venue in Broward County. The Dallas-based company purchased nearly 11 acres of land on the southeast corner of Southwest Third Street and Southwest 23rd Avenue, where it plans a three-story facility with 102 hitting bays, […]Read More
Revelaron la identidad del nuevo dueño de la mansión más cara de Miami, valuada en USD 106,9 millones
La propiedad, vendida a principio de mes por la abogada y ex banquera estadounidense Adrienne Arsht, esta ubicada a orillas de la bahía de Vizcaya. A principios de septiembre, la abogada y ex banquera estadounidense Adrienne Arsht vendió por USD 106,9 millones la espectacular mansión ubicada orillas de la bahía de Vizcaya. La operación, que estableció un nuevo récord […]Read More
URBIN – a first-to-market, live/work brand – hosted its official launch at Miami Design District’s historic Moore Building. Developed by Location Ventures, URBIN will feature turnkey residences, all-inclusive co-working space, wellness programming, social activations, and experiential retail. The occasion marked the formal initiation of sales for the brand’s first location in Miami Beach, with a second location in […]Read More
The Federal Trade Commission is fining home-buying company Opendoor $62 million for “cheating” home sellers.
The Federal Trade Commission is fining home-buying company Opendoor $62 million for “cheating” home sellers. In a settlement announced on Monday, the FTC said Opendoor told customers that they could make more money selling their homes to it than they by selling homes traditionally. The FTC found that in fact, most people who sold their […]Read More
In the latest sign of investors’ insatiable appetite for Miami offices, Rockpoint sold a Brickell tower for $286.5 million, making it the city’s priciest trade since the pandemic hit over two years ago, property records show. The 26-story building, 1221 Brickell, spans a total of 656,821 square feet along Brickell Avenue, between SE 12th Terrace and SE 13th […]Read More