The bank's Fort Lauderdale team arranges a $9 million construction loan for a new self-storage facility in Naples.
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Former Related Group executive Arden Karson is running CBRE's South Florida operations.
The Shoppes of Wellington Green goes for about $149 per square foot.
New York luxury real estate firm Brown Harris Stevens buys Avatar Real Estate Services in Miami.
Builders are struggling with labor shortages but are optimistic about president-elect Donald Trump's infrastructure message.
Miami attorney Guillermo Mancebo guides a $16.6 million condominium termination in Sweetwater.
The Health Care District of Palm Beach County inks a large lease for its new home in West Palm Beach.
Under new ownership, the oceanfront condo-hotel property with a troubled past is heading for completion.
There's a new real estate buyer in town: Canadian snowbirds have kicked Colombian house hunters to the side, a report says.
Start the bidding. The home of Tiffany & Co. and two other luxury stores on the pricey Worth Avenue retail strip is up for sale for the first time.
Nate Lowenstein has been shopping for a home in Los Angeles, on and off, for more than a year.
On a chilly December afternoon in Atlanta, a judge told Reiton Allen that he had seven days to leave his house or the marshals would kick his belongings to the curb. In the packed courtroom, the truck driver, his beard flecked with gray, stood up, cast his eyes downward and clutched his black baseball cap.
The U.S. housing market has hit a new high.
Real estate attorneys expect condo terminations to rise as developers scour the Florida coast for new opportunity, despite a changing legal landscape that has made the termination process more complex.
A Franklin Street duo represented both buyer and seller of an office property in Miami's Kendall neighborhood.
A number of commercial real estate transactions have flown into the South Florida market over the last several days.
A healthy juice shop in Sunny Isles Beach prevailed in a legal dispute that could've resulted in the shop's eviction.
Aztec Group Inc. secured a $20 million construction loan for a new office tower in Aventura.
A 65,000-square-foot interactive golf entertainment venue will open near the Golden Glades interchange next year.
The region's climbing home prices are widely outpacing wage growth.
In this time-lapse video from Google Earth starting in 1984, see how Miami has grown by about a million people from 1.7 million in 1984 to more than 2.6 million today.
Buyers of single-family homes got busy in November with the presidential election decided and interest rates heading up.
A Greenberg Traurig team guides the $15.4 million stock acquisition of Ashmere Insurance Co.
County commissioners adopted a workforce housing program to address a growing affordability crisis.
The commercial real estate superstar donates $5 million to Miami Jewish Health to build a village for people with memory-related disorders.
The bank signs the largest downtown lease of the year to consolidate its Miami operations at the Wells Fargo Center.
Luxury residential developers are having a hard time finding construction financing in South Florida. Here's why.
The Porsche Design Tower gets its temporary certificate of occupancy and pays off its $214 million construction loan.
Move over, Miami. Palm Beach County's commercial real estate is on fire.
Hundreds of unit owners at the Fort Lauderdale beach condo-hotel are suing the property owner for allegedly overcharging them millions of dollars.
Seven defendants are sentenced for their roles in a scheme to misuse federal tax credits for construction of 10 developments in Miami-Dade County.
Senior vice president Evita Francuz closes a $10 million construction loan for a hotel outside the bank's South Florida base.
Despite a wave of consolidations, independent real estate firms still exist and thrive in South Florida.
The Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six traded hands for $163 million to a real estate group based in Orlando.
Marcus & Millichap's Alex Zylberglait tells us why foreign investors are ditching Miami's condo scene — and what they're buying instead.
FirstBank Florida lends a $13.5 million loan to refinance a property tied to a soon-to-expire lease.
One Thousand Museum — a $450 million condominium rising in downtown Miami — nabbed a $225 million construction loan with the help of two Miami lawyers.
Spanish billionaire Amancio Ortega buys the iconic Southeast Financial Center office tower for more than $500 million — the largest deal of the year in South Florida.
Luxury brokers compete for the Miami Beach Art Basel crowd's attention by targeting high-end groups with the most elite potential buyers.
SBE Entertainment Group closes its $805 million acquisition of the Morgans Hotel Group, which includes the landmark Delano Hotel in South Beach.
The developer is ready to break ground on a low-rise tower, but brokers don't expect it to be the last for the trendy district.
Billionaire developers debate what a Donald Trump presidency means for the South Florida real estate economy.
Two Shutts & Bowen attorneys help the YMCA of South Florida ink a 50-year lease deal with Fort Lauderdale for a new downtown facility.
Eric Eisenberg helps a Miami eatery ink a $16 million lease deal for a prime retail location on South Dixie Highway.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Gerald Bagley finds residents have standing to challenge Prive at Island Estates, a luxury project on a neighboring island in Aventura.
The brokers guide a $26.5 million trade of a large piece of the thoroughbred track property slated for a sprawling distribution facility.
Flagstone Property Group is free to move forward with its mixed-use project on Watson Island, but a change in Miami law may have opened a door for future legal challenges.
Stagnant rental rates on Miami Beach's Lincoln Road point to increased pressures faced by retailers.
A Canadian franchise focused on cruise travel is expanding its Florida footprint.
Two massive construction defect suits are brewing over luxury high-rise towers in downtown Miami.
Cozen O'Connor has inked a lease expansion at the Southeast Financial Center following its acquisition of Feldman Gale in Miami.
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank team guides a $13.5 million retail deal in Broward County.
The next step in a three-year dispute facing Prive at Island Estates: The defendants will argue the issue of standing against residents trying to halt the project.
A landowner is appealing a Miami-Dade County decision requiring maintenance of a public roadway that has been neglected for decades.
Miami's industrial sector generated two top-dollar deals in a week.
Responding to dismissed lawsuits, voters approve a charter amendment to give residents the power to confront the city in court.