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Just Listed – Unit 2402 at Ten Museum Park – Asking $969,000

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I am pleased to introduce my newest listing at Ten Museum Park – unit 2402 – a beautiful 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, bi-level loft with over 1,800 interior square feet and a private balcony overlooking the newly opened Museum Park.  The property features soaring 20-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass windows; stainless steel appliances by Sub-Zero,   …Continue Reading


Paramount Miami Worldcenter – Now Accepting Reservations!

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The moment has finally arrived – reservations for condos at Paramount Miami Worldcenter are now being accepted. In this initial offering, the developer is releasing just 60 of the tower’s 470 total units.  Each residence at Paramount Miami Worldcenter will have 10-foot ceilings, a private elevator, and either 11-foot or 14-foot deep terraces. To give   …Continue Reading


Paramount at Miami Worldcenter – Preconstruction Condo Sales Coming Soon

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The moment is almost upon us – a moment that has been in the making since 2008 when the Miami City Commission approved a development agreement with Miami Worldcenter and endorsed its Master Plan for Downtown Miami.  Fast forward to the present and that Plan is about to become a reality.  Spanning nearly 30 acres   …Continue Reading


Just Sold – Ten Museum Park Units 1802 and 1708

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Units 1802 and 1708 at Ten Museum Park are now officially closed.  Unit 1802 (pictured above) – a 2 bedroom, bi-level loft with 1,802 interior square feet – sold in just 7 days for $900,000 while unit 1708 (pictured below) – an 808 square foot 1 bedroom condo – sold in just 16 days for   …Continue Reading


Just Listed – Unit 1802 at Ten Museum Park – Asking $915,000

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I am happy to announce that I recently got the listing on two beautiful units at Ten Museum Park.  The first unit, which is pictured above, is a stunning 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, bi-level loft with over 1,800 interior square feet and a deep, spacious balcony overlooking the newly opened Museum Park.  The ultra-modern unit   …Continue Reading


Bye Bye Panorama Tower, Hello Panorama

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Monday afternoon, while stopping in at the post office located at 1101 Brickell Avenue, I noticed the vehicle shown above parked within a stone’s throw away from the Panorama Tower site.  What I immediately found odd is the absence of the word “tower” from the vehicular advertisement.  On the driver side it states, “Brickell’s Loftiest   …Continue Reading


Change is on the Horizon for Guests and Residents of Marquis Residences

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A few weeks ago, it was reported that Africa-Israel USA, the developer of Marquis, had sold the lower 15 floors of the luxury high-rise to CGI Merchant Group (CGI), a Miami-based investment and asset management firm, for $37.5M.  The sale included the Casa Moderna Hotel and Spa, Amuse Restaurant and Lounge, 5,700 square foot retail   …Continue Reading


Introducing The Bath Club Estates in Miami Beach

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Looking to build on the success of his first luxury development in Miami Beach called The Bath Club, Don Peebles returns almost nine years later to launch a follow-up development called The Bath Club Estates. Located at 6747 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, The Bath Club Estates will rise 15 stories and feature only 13   …Continue Reading


Penthouse Sale at Marquis Breaks Record on Per Square Foot Basis

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Recently, a record-breaking sale took place at Marquis in Downtown Miami.  Unit 6101 – a 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath bi-level penthouse encompassing 3,729 interior square feet – sold last Friday for $2,675,000, or $717 per square foot.  This made it not only the highest sale to ever take place at Marquis on a per square   …Continue Reading


One Thousand Museum – The Best Bargain in Town

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There isn’t a preconstruction condo development in town that I’m more excited about than One Thousand Museum.  It will be more than a building.  It will be a work of art.  A work of art that I feel has tremendous upside potential.  Critics cry foul at the $900-$1,200 per square foot prices.  I cry bargain.    …Continue Reading