Real Estate News
Fort Lauderdale's 110 Tower goes for $113 million and Miami's New World Tower sells for $84 million.
Broward County is reaching out to landlords to help alleviate homelessness by guaranteeing rent.
ONE Sotheby's expands its presence in Bay Harbor Islands and Aventura by acquiring the 16-agent real estate brokerage.
Maridee Bell and Lauren Pace handle a lease renewal and 20,000-square-foot expansion for the South Florida supply arm of the Hospital Corporation of America, better known as HCA.
Ther region's rate falls to its lowest level since 2014.
Former Chief Financial Officer David Schwarz of a defunct development company that fleeced 1,400 investors out of more than $300 million in a real estate investment scheme was arrested Thursday in Orlando.
Miami-Dade County commissioners voted in favor of making workforce housing development mandatory in most new residential projects across the county.
A 47-year-old city-owned apartment complex receives a much-needed upgrade fueled by a complex $5.3 million loan.
A Miami-Dade County Commission subcommittee will review a mandatory plan to require workforce housing in all new developments.
The LBA picks Hillary Clinton in an unexpected boost for the Democratic presidential nominee.
Still Hunter is expected to expand CBRE's mutlifamily investment sales platform.
The two-building Cypress Park West complex sells for a 30 percent return in three years.
ONE Sotheby's is launching ONE Commercial, a sister company based in Miami that will focus on commercial real estate.
Touted as one of the priciest deals in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood, an investor spends $54 million on less than an acre.
Two agents helped Ocean Cadillac close quickly on a three-piece 1031 exchange deal.
The Gates Hotel South Beach, previously the world's largest Aloft hotel, sells for $447,000 per room.
Allegations against Broward sheriff's deputies feature prominently in a real estate dispute involving principals and the former CFO of the Festival Flea Market.
Developers of the condominium tower get funding from the Bank of the Ozarks.
Everything pointed to a great deal--until Remy Jacobson's purchase received a historic designation for its Miami Modern style.
John Metzger and Raul Valero represent the seller of the 100-acre Wellington polo training facility.
A juror's failure to reveal her litigation history led to a new trial for a plaintiff in a $12 million real estate dispute.
West Palm Beach-based McCraney Property Co. is making way for big-box users by selling and refinancing its existing legacy assets.
The development community joins forces against a proposed Miami-Dade County rule that would make affordable units mandatory in new multifamily projects.
Miami-based Lennar is offering a cash-and-stock deal for Bonita Springs-based WCI, but there's room for competing offers.
Single-family home sales beat the record set in 1994.
Multifamily developers in South Florida see lender pullback on the condo front along with institutional interest in apartments.
An appellate court ruled against Publix and Cutler Bay in a zoning dispute that began as a landlord-tenant spat.
A Chicago-based developer inks its fourth big lease at newly completed South Florida properties.
Marcus & Millichap's Barry Wolfe and Alan Lipsky close a $17.7 million deal years after the Plaza at Coral Springs was initially brought to market.
Miami city commissioners are set to vote on hiring a private attorney to investigate accusations against City Attorney Victoria Mendez over a planning issue.
The sale of the Bank of America Plaza solidifies Fort Lauderdale's attractiveness as an commercial real estate investment hub.
Behind every deal New York developer Moishe Mana closed in downtown Miami, you'll find Mika Mattingly. The real estate agent has become the go-to dealmaker for developers looking to revive downtown property.
Downtown Fort Lauderdale is seeing the rise of a new alternative workspace concept with Pipeline Workspaces opening its fifth location and attracting tech tenants.
But are South Florida's commercial real estate developers ready for autonomous vehicles?
Commercial brokerages are ending the disconnect between real estate and technology.
The loan covers terminal construction for Royal Caribbean Cruises under a lease with port owner Miami-Dade County.
Taking their cues from millennials, tech companies in South Florida are searching for infrastructure and a little fun.
Thor Equities wants to cash out on 2.5 acres in the busy Wynwood market.
KW Property Management — one of the largest property management companies in the state — is facing a Miami whistleblower lawsuit and disgruntled residents in another tower it manages.
A block of land changes hands in the Wynwood neighborhood for $565 per square foot.
The Miami City Commission backs a redevelopment project expected to bring homes and commercial, arts and park space.
Miami was the fifth most sought-after U.S. real estate market for Middle Eastern investors in 2015 and the first half of this year.
Two brokers with Colliers International South Florida facilitated the trade of a 91-year-old Miami property to acquisitive developer Moishe Mana.
The 65-acre development near Sawgrass Mills hopes to fuel construction with foreign money from the EB-5 visa investment program.
Key International nabs a downtown Gainesville hotel near the University of Florida for $218,000 a room.
South Florida's construction boom is alive and well — but the region is facing a notable labor shortage.
South Florida's real estate and business sectors have sparked curiosity in China: A group of 18 top Chinese real estate agents flew to Miami to visit several developments.
What more could a sprawling new urban center need? The developer behind Miami's Brickell City Centre decides a luxury lifestyle magazine is the answer.
Marcus & Millichap's Kirk Olson and Drew Kristol help their client hit a real estate "home run" with an $18 million suburban retail deal.
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.