Real Estate News
Marcos Puente with Colliers International South Florida successfully brokers a 1031 exchange involving an off-market retail condos in downtown Miami.
West Palm Beach sees more than 1,000 apartment units trade in three big-dollar deals within a week.
If passed, a question on the November ballot would grant citizens standing to sue the city of Miami if it violates its own charter.
Legal and real estate professionals discuss the issues surrounding the steep gender gap found in both industries.
A joint venture spearheading Miami's transit-oriented development trend secures a $50 million loan for an apartment project near the Dadeland North Metrorail station.
Boca Raton broker Jay Bailyn successfully procures $12.5 million for the vacant land in Palm Beach County.
The Plaza 100 office tower trades for $141 per square foot.
Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood welcomes its first new luxury condo complex in 10 years.
What are condo associations, homeowners' associations and other multifamily boards to do as Zika spreads across South Florida? Not too much, say real estate attorneys, who caution against creating liability where none exists.
Cushman & Wakefield acquired Taylor & Mathis of Florida, a commercial real estate company focused on agency leasing and property management.
In light of terrorist attacks and political unrest at home, French buyers are searching for more permanent homes in South Florida.
The 13-story Miami Green trades for $338 per square foot.
Greenberg Traurig attorneys Ryan Bailine and Nancy Lash negotiate a $40 million ground lease and development agreement for a major transit-oriented project in Miami-Dade County.
The buyer obtains 222 of 291 units at Jasmine at Tamarac, which went through a condo conversion in 2006.
The loan will fuel construction of the Gale Residences near Fort Lauderdale beach, a 12-story luxury tower being developed by Miami's Newgard Development Group.
The Bank of New York Mellon came out on the losing side of a foreclosure case over its strategy after five failed attempts to serve court papers on a corporate borrower.
Miami's Downtown Development Authority sees an easing of apartment rental rates after years of increases.
The Cantor Group law firm has ditched Miami's Brickell Financial District for Coconut Grove.
An Israeli-born real estate developer offers a $2 million donation to charity if Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump coughs up his tax returns.
David DiMuro arranges the closing of an $8.5 million loan to finance the purchase of an office property slated for redevelopment by the Tate family.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management sells the Fairway Office Center for $52.5 million.
The redevelopment of a rundown Miami Beach property caught in litigation for four years may finally come to fruition.
A Chicago-based real estate investor nabs a 206-unit apartment community in West Miami for $278,000 per unit.
The open-air Palms at Town & Country is sold by TIAA after a major expansion.
A judge's decision to strike years of pleadings by a witness suspected of lying during a foreclosure bench trial led to a reversal on appeal.
Acting chairman and CEO Jarett S. Levan says the merger will simplify BFC Financial's corporate structure and streamline the real estate companies.
Six regions of the U.S. face federal scrutiny into luxury cash real estate deals as a cover for money laundering, the Treasury Department announces.
Micro-living in 400-square-foot units — brought to you by developer Moishe Mana — is making its way into downtown Miami.
South Florida's multifamily investment boom continues with another big-dollar buy: A Tamarac apartment complex traded for $27 million.
The Blackstone Group just purchased a $117 million apartment complex in North Miami.
A Marcus & Millichap team has found a sweet spot in today's retail market: Wendy's restaurants.
Could South Florida be the next food and beverage manufacturing hub?
Coral Gables' most expensive home sale in four years just closed.
Palm Beach Circuit Judge Catherine Brunson certified a class alleging The Gardens of Boca Raton defrauded Jewish clients who purchased burial space.
A two-office portfolio near Miami Beach's famed Lincoln Road doubles in price after a 12-year hold.
Robert Given, a top-producing broker tied to South Florida's multimillion-dollar apartment deals, joins Cushman & Wakefield after 13 years with CBRE.
Wells Fargo Bank triumphs in a foreclosure appeal despite a predecessor lender's alleged fraudulent loan documents.
Lucas Games spent years fighting its landlord after a legislative change forced it out of business.
Miami-Dade County's housing market has chilled, yet prices continue ticking up.
The Fort Lauderdale-based law firm leases a 5,000-square-foot space in the Regions Bank Tower for eight attorneys.
Broward County's constrained industrial market is attracting both developers and investors looking to cash in on its rising lease rates.
Ocean Bank's Juan Carlos Barreto negotiates a loan that will help transform a Margate shopping center into two charter schools.
A defendant in a Palm Beach County foreclosure suit accused Bank of America of forcing her into foreclosure by inflating premiums on lender-placed insurance.
Billionaire Russ Weiner pockets a luxe $20 million waterfront home on Biscayne Bay.
The $21.2 million Plaza Building sale is worth $860 per square foot.
A Chicago developer secures the $22.6 million loan to finance construction of a two-building industrial project at I-95 and Sunrise Boulevard.
Good news for condo associations: A new ruling clears the way to bring foreclosure suits, despite pending liens from lenders.
The Fourth DCA declined to grant a writ of mandamus over allegations of a faulty foreclosure complaint and missing certification.
Miami-based Christopher Apone and Charles Foschini with CBRE Inc. represented a Miami fund in nabbing a $34.5 million loan for new apartments in Texas.
A lobby bar. No offices. Lounges and cafes. Hoping to update their staid image and dodge pricey leases, South Florida's law firms are chasing a contemporary look.
Palm Beach Circuit Judge Jeffrey Gillen has declined a motion to wipe out four years' worth of court filings in a messy real estate business dispute.
Attorneys for property owners, developers and businesses offer best practices for avoiding litigation after a storm.
American hospitality giant Starwood began managing a hotel owned by the Cuban military on Tuesday, opening one of the biggest holes in the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba since Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro declared detente in December 2014.
The multifamily sector is carrying the national and South Florida commercial real estate markets forward.
Prominent Miami litigator Ramon E. Rasco is pressing a lawsuit about a six-figure membership at the ritzy Fisher Island Club.
Retail is hot on the nation's "Cool Streets." Think Miami's Wynwood and Miami Beach's South of Fifth, Cushman and Wakefield says in its subjective assessment of what is millennial cool.
Miami City Commissioners backed a resolution aiming to speed up the city's sluggish building-permit review process.
When it's Miami versus London, the South Florida city is now the safer option for deep-pocketed real estate investors. While the Brexit may deter Europeans from purchasing Miami real estate, international investors may fill that gap.
Moishe Mana's 20-plus acre plan for Miami's Wynwood neighborhood gained preliminary approval Thursday night.
The Edwards Cos. buys land needed for its nine-acre Atlantic Crossing development, but the Ohio-based builder is still caught up in litigation with Delray Beach on project approval.
The 360-unit Arbor Oaks complex sells for $214,000 per unit to a Los Angeles-based real estate holding company.
Ransom Everglades School pockets the neighboring La Brisa estate for $34.6 million, the priciest home sale ever recorded in Miami's Coconut Grove.
Lennar delivered more homes and at higher prices during its second quarter, exceeding expectations that Wall Street had for the nation's second-largest homebuilder.
City Commissioner Francis Suarez offers a resolution to study the lag in the building permit review, which developers say is is curbing small-scale development.
The 19-story Sabbia Beach has secured a $45 million construction loan from Ocean Bank.
The Third District Court of Appeal called for a rule change on certiorari jurisdiction after a case involving a contract dispute in a real estate deal.