A portolio of residential and commercial condos in Miami's Security Building is sold to an Aventura-based real estate investment trust.
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A developer triumphed in a long-running battle with preservationists after Miami-Dade County stripped a Bay Harbor Islands residential building of its historic designation.
A 9.4-acre estate on exclusive Jupiter Island sells for a record $38 million.
The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 4.9 percent in April from 12 months earlier, roughly the same annual pace as March.
Adam Mopsick, CEO of Miami-based general contractor Amicon Construction Management, speaks about the joys and challenges of being in a bountiful market.
Here's more proof New Yorkers are hot for Miami-area luxury real estate: A billion-dollar New York brokerage acquired Miami Beach-based Zilbert International Realty.
Miami city commissioners dealt what could be a crippling blow to plans for a 58-story LED billboard tower north of downtown.
To break ground on its latest Miami affordable housing project, it took developer Housing Trust Group nearly a decade to navigate changing rules, an economic downturn and a credit crunch.
Whole Foods gives thousands of workers a quicker and more affordable alternative to pricey steakhouses and sit-down restaurants.
A new state law prompted by the housing crash changes the rules for condominium terminations.
Miami-based Lennar Corp. jumped the most in nine months after reporting higher-than-expected earnings for its fiscal second quarter.
The 405-room hotel sells for $104,000 per room, the latest in a string of hotel sales near Miami International Airport in the past two years.
Real estate has gotten hot again. Home sales are on pace for their best year since 2007.
A Boston-based foundation will ship nearly $900,000 in supplies to build a state-of-the-art facility to preserve Ernest Hemingway's books, letters and photos.
Billionaire Jeff Greene now owns most of the vacant waterfront land in downtown West Palm Beach.
The Miami zoning board unanimously recommended significantly denser zoning in Wynwood's gentrifying industrial district.
Former teen idol David Cassidy's waterfront mansion in Fort Lauderdale is set to hit the auction block Aug. 19, creating a great opportunity for a Patridge Family fan.
A third party who wasn't the owner of record won $26,000 in surplus funds from a foreclosure sale, even surprising attorney Chase Berger.
Residents of the swanky Residences at the Bath Club in Miami Beach should soon be able to enjoy poolside drink service under a state appeals court decision.
Backers of a ballot initiative known as Amendment 1 contend lawmakers "ignored" the desires of voters by using a boost in environmental funding to cover the costs of daily state operations while setting aside too little for land buying.
Singer Phil Collins pays big for 1.2-acre estate on Biscayne Bay in Miami Beach.
Elected leaders from the two cities accomplished little in a meeting Tuesday intended to hammer out their differences in development visions for Virginia Key.
Raoul Thomas, CGI's founder and CEO, speaks about his firm's contrarian approach and conservative underpinnings.
Power broker Edie Laquer and the developer behind the Miami Worldcenter project have settled litigation over her claim to a stake in the sprawling project.
Casey Crawford went from playing on a team that won the Super Bowl to running a mortgage company that he expects to originate almost $8 billion in U.S. home loans this year.
The Whitman real estate family can brag about its South Florida work being featured at HistoryMiami.
Activist groups are naming a piece of prime waterfront land next to American Airlines Arena in honor of the late Miami attorney and environmentalist Dan Paul in an authorized dedication.
One of the hippest hotels on Collins Avenue trades for nearly $893,000 per room.
A Miami-Dade jury awarded $855,000 to the owner of a property that was partially taken by the city for a bridge.
A foreclosure judge denies two attorneys' request to limit the scope of their depositions in an alleged witness-coaching scandal.
The 311-unit TGM Floresta Apartments was sold by a New York investor for $244,373 per unit to a Massachusetts-based real estate invetment trust.
U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra ordered Litvin, Torrens & Associates to pay the receiver for Prime Legal Plans LLC, which was shut down by the Federal Trade Commission in 2012.
An Akerman real estate report makes some impressive predictions about the attractiveness of Miami's hospitality industy in the short and long term.
Three luxury condominiums at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach that are being auctioned were owned by Imperial Capital Bank, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
For a handful of Cuban-American attorneys visiting Cuba with a Florida Bar delegation, the trip was a journey to their roots.
Mortgage lender Deutsche Bank wants to seal court filings in a foreclosure case after a defense attorney accused the mortgage servicer's attorney of coaching a witness with a detailed question-and-answer sequence.
As he tries to lead his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers to an NBA championship, LeBron James agrees to sell his Coconut Grove estate.
Alex Zylberglait of Marcus & Millichap said Latin Americans want to invest in Miami because of their familiarity with the city.
The sales office for condominiums at Miami's Brickell City Centre attracted more than 100 visitors daily last year, but now, the flow of people has trickled to about a quarter of what it once was.
Defense attorneys want Miami-Dade Senior Circuit Judge Jon Gordon thrown off a foreclosure case after he questioned their client's testimony and threw out her defenses.
A Miami building owner pleads guilty to a federal bribery charge after paying to get city inspectors to clear code violations.
Despite continued lobbying and statewide rallies, lawmakers with control over a water-and-land funding package don't appear to be open to pleas to increase spending on environmental lands.
Real estate millionaire Martin Marguiles is suing Miami over the way the city approved an $88 million tax rebate for the 10-block redevelopment project.
Wei Chen, would-be redeveloper of Plantation's Fashion Mall, is accused of stealing $120,000 from a state-owned Chinese brewery in 1999.
Famed South Florida litigator Jim Ferraro is taking a 6,644-square-foot unit with a terrace almost as large in a building under construction on Fisher Island.
Opposing counsel want foreclosure defense attorney Thomas Ice thrown off a case after he released a question-and-answer sheet prepared for records custodians testifying for lenders.
The New York-based real estate investment firm pays $570 per square foot for the former Palm Beach Mall property.
Phillips Point, an exclusive West Palm Beach office complex, traded for $245.5 million in one of the biggest South Florida real estate deals this year.
President John F. Kennedy's Winter White House in Palm Beach was purchased by a powerful New York real estate family.
Al and Saundra Karp have found an unconventional way to raise money and help save their Miami-area home from foreclosure: They're lining up gigs for their family jazz band.
Following a brief detour through the Florida courts system, a dispute between two giants of South Florida real estate over an affordable housing project in New York City appears headed back north for abritration.
Miami-Dade Judge Jon Gordon seemed to lose his patience after a witness appeared to commit perjury during a foreclosure hearing.
Marcus & Millichap Inc.'s website has more than 2,800 commercial properties for sale. The most expensive is a hotel on the New Jersey side of the Lincoln Tunnel for $50 million. The cheapest: a Memphis apartment building listed at $55,000.
A coalition of labor activists is looking to put a hurdle in front of the Miami Worldcenter developers, demanding a more generous package of wage and job guarantees to the poor of Miami.
A Miami paralegal had no legal standing to block the proposed 1,000-foot SkyRise project, the Third District Court of Appeal found.
Renters are on the rise in America's biggest cities, but many tenants are scrambling to keep up with growing rent bills and shrinking vacancies, according to a recent study.
Neverland Ranch, the former home of the late pop star Michael Jackson, is up for sale with an asking price of $100 million, according to a person with knowledge of the offering.
The members' room at Coya, a new spot for Brickell power lunchers, offers Peruvian fusion fare in an ambience sure to dazzle.
The marina and retail complex that contains Monty's Raw Bar was attractive because it was within walking distance of a growing Coconut Grove neighborhood.
Bad news for cash-strapped condo associations: The Florida Supreme Court upholds an opinion that bars community association managers from performing 20 tasks deemed to be the "unlicensed practice of law."
Environmentalists plan to hold rallies across Florida this weekend, again calling on lawmakers to boost the amount of money for land acquisition, Everglades restoration and natural-springs protection.
A West Palm Beach jury delivered a verdict against First American Title Insurance Co. for a policy breach that delayed progress on the development of a resort in the Bahamas.
A limited number of homes for sale and higher selling prices are making for one painstaking U.S. housing recovery.
The billion-dollar community planned near Sawgrass Mills will include a luxury iPic movie theater with cocktails, in-seat service and a menu by celebrity chefs.
Miami Beach picks a company to manage the half-billion dollar overhaul of its convention center and preliminarily awards the right to build an 800-room hotel next door to another firm.
Boca Raton-based Waramaug LS Hotels picked up the New England portfolio and plans extensive renovations.
The Third District Court of Appeal rules a jury should decide whether Edie Laquer's insurance claim was "timely" when it was filed more than three years after Hurricane Wilma.
Developer Michael Simkins sat down with the Daily Business Review to discuss his proposed Miami Innovation District with a landmark 633-foot-tall LED billboard tower.
Ex-Detroit Lions defensive linesman Ndamukong Suh has put his home in suburban Birmingham, Michigan, up for sale for $3.45 million.
Does a letter inadvertently disclosed during discovery show a mortgage servicer's attorney improperly coached witnesses in foreclosure cases?
TGM Vintage at Abacoa, a 390-apartment complex with two swimming pools, was acquired for $82 million.
The latest version calls for 1.82 million square feet of residential space, 1.09 million square feet of commercial space and nearly 4,000 parking spaces.
A Miami-Dade Circuit judge ruled Raquel Regalado and Norman Braman have standing to sue Miami-Dade County and the city of Miami over a $9 million subsidy being given to the Skyrise project.
Potamkin Automotive co-chairman Alan Potamkin is asking $67 million for his Coral Gables mansion.
Redevelopment plans for the former Miami Marine Stadium are criticized by Key Biscayne officials who fear they don't have enough of a say in a process that will snarl traffic flow to the village.
Energy performance consultant Al LaPera explains commercial developers need to focus on changing Florida energy codes.
The Daily Business Review hosted its ninth annual Top Dealmakers event at the J.W. Marriott Brickell in Miami.
The Sonata Beach Club condo association lands the verdict against Claridge Homes and BJ&K Condo Construction Inc.
A Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale Beach condo breaks the record for per-square-foot price in the county at $1,556.
For three decades—at least since a June 1986 New York Times Sunday Magazine cover story anointed him "The Wall Street Lawyer Everyone Wants"—Boies has reigned as the country's premier litigator.
Miami-Dade jurors have slapped prominent developer Don Peebles with a finding of fraudulent misrepresentation and awarded broker Dora Puig $423,000 for lost sales commissions.
A Deutsche Bank subsidiary spends $533 per square foot for the 800 Brickell Ave. office building.
Score one for powerhouse homebuilder D.R. Horton, which held off on a $38 million land deal in 2005. The Texas developer ended up buying much of the property for $5.9 million.
News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch said Zillow's Zestimate is inaccurate, with his CFO adding, "We're the real deal in real estate in real time."
So long, trailer park. Hello, luxury apartments. Developers start construction on Class A apartments on the site of the former Okomo Mobile Park in Hollywood.
The new wave of Miami-area shared office space operators create value for their clients by providing connections in their networks and valuable services to their tenant communities.
It looks like New York's Thor Equities LLC won't be bringing bulldozers into Miami's Wynwood neighborhood, where it has acquired whole blocks the past two years.
Real estate buyers seeking money to renovate and flip U.S. houses are getting help from some of the world's biggest investment firms.
Eager to buy your first home this spring? Already own, but want to trade up? Be warned: there'll be plenty of competition.
The Daily Business Review recognizes the people who made the biggest and most complex deals of 2014.
International restaurant owners are pushing a new wave of "destination" openings in Miami's Brickell district, turning the area into a culinary hot spot.
Attorney Andrew Moss (pictured) said the size of the judgment should be a message to banks to be vigilant against mortgage fraud.
The 36 floor Downtown Miami condo is near topping off and reports say it is 90 percent sold out, despite not having any on-site parking.
As the building boom in Miami moves forward, Miami Parking Authority CEO Arthur Noriega increasingly finds himself called to partner with developers. Noriega talks about his agency's projects and mission.
The sale price is almost the same as the last time around at the height of the real estate boom nine years ago.
Condo residents in Miami's Grove Isle neighborhood get back the use of their club while a developer pursues plans to add more units.
Wes Edens, a co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, has shot his share of air balls at his private-equity firm Fortress Investment Group. With mortgage assets, Edens has found his mark.
The surging cost of rental housing has squeezed a rising proportion of U.S. families since the Great Recession struck in 2007.
The poshest of luxury homes are acquiring the cachet of a masterwork by Picasso or Matisse.
New leadership announced for the Daily Business Review and other regional properties.