The 384-room Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six resort and marina is on the market and expected to sell for $200 million to rank it among top hotel deals seen in South Florida.
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Larkin Community Hospital adds 247 beds with the purchase of Palm Springs General Hospital in Hialeah.
The waterfront mansion in the Rio Vista Isles neighborhood sold for $1,319 per square foot.
Two South Florida developers are submitting revamped proposals for the Liberty Square affordable housing project for a final selection by the Miami-Dade County Commission.
New condos may take longer to break ground as luxury sales dip and the cycle slows, but those getting construction loans are poised to remain on track this year.
A long-running dispute over the distribution of proceeds from the sale of the ritzy Surf Club has become "a test of wits" for the lawyers, according to club attorney Robert Zarco, who said former members filed a 227-page lawsuit with 30 causes of action to intimidate the other side.
Residents on Brickell Bay Drive are petitioning against rezoning of a building in the Brickell Financial District that has been dubbed a Miami 21 code mistake.
The Miami Beach strip lures another multimillion-dollar buyer. Canada's ALDO Group purchased a small retail property for $35 million.
Former partners Ugo Colombo and Masoud Shojaee are embroiled in a lawsuit over the proposed Collection Residences in Coral Gables.
Powerful developer Armando Codina says he survived the real estate crash by investing close to home in South Florida.
The Faena House condominium — the priciest residential deal in South Florida last year — is back on the market for more.
The Miami-based homebuilder adds to its recent purchases in northwest Miami-Dade County.
Stagnant personal income and escalating rents mean Miami-Dade County needs more affordable housing, and several developers are delivering.
Terra Group closes on the Miami Parking Authority's Oak Avenue Garage across the street from its luxury Park Grove development in Coconut Grove.
Attorneys for would-be condo buyers claim Donald Trump's legal team confused jurors about the real reason behind a failed Fort Lauderdale project.
About 14 acres on Hillsboro Beach's Millionaires' Mile are headed for the auction block and expected to generate about $80 million in a bankruptcy court-ordered sale.
AMLI Residential gets a $56.9 million loan for its 14.5-acre AMLI Doral luxury apartment complex.
Brokers coordinated multiple rounds of bidding for the retail center next to the Palm Beach Outlets.
Miami's Downtown Development Authority is pushing to cut aggravating rush-hour openings of the Brickell Avenue drawbridge.
John Lennon's former Palm Beach oceanfront mansion sells for more than $23 million.
The new home of the Whopper will be a standalone office building in Miami's Airport West submarket, near its current home.
Four foreclosure cases this week came out in favor of homeowners in the West Palm Beach-based Fourth District Court of Appeal.
The loan from Toronto's Romspen Mortgage paves the way for a mixed-use project that will reinvent the condo complex.
As Moishe Mana moves forward with his ambitious special area plan for a 30-acre project in Miami's Wynwood arts district, the more than 30 properties the New York developer acquired downtown await their own revival.
The four-bedroom Miami Beach penthouse was sold by the retired hockey star, who was involved in yearslong litigation over the property.
As foreclosure work has dried up, lawyers on both sides of cases have watched their business plummet. Some courts have dismantled their foreclosure divisions.
Brazil led foreign buyers searching for Miami-area real estate, the Miami Association of Realtors reports.
A new market report confirms that Greater Downtown Miami's retail market is looking positive and poised to expand further in the next three to five years.
The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network is requiring title insurance companies to disclose the names of cash buyers behind luxury residential deals in Miami-Dade County.
A Miami developer plans to build hundreds of apartments near the Dadeland Mall after closing a $13 million land deal.
The Florida Supreme Court formalizes changes in state law on foreclosure cases.
A Broward judge shut down three companies accused of operating a loan scheme.
A house tour duing the Fort Lauderdale boat show brought in buyers for a luxury waterfront bungalow in the Riviera Isles neighborhood.
Weston Pointe, a four-building office campus in Weston, sold for $114.8 million, or about $296 per square foot.
The neighborhood north of the Design District is attracting low-scale development backed by international developers, promising to bring European flair to the residential area.
Closing agents soon will need to withhold more from foreign sellers than pre-printed contracts indicate for real estate worth more than $300,000.
An increase in visitors to Miami coupled with a number of major new mixed-use and retail projects are fueling demand for new inventory of hotel rooms.
Cushman & Wakefield continues its aggressive South Florida expansion, snapping up Michael Feldman, who specializes in medical and professional office properties.
When he stood before the Florida Legislature for the sixth time on Tuesday, Gov. Rick Scott repeated the same message he has given every year since he took office: It's all about jobs.
Three men face fraud charges for allegedly tricking tenants into renting 80 houses in Broward and Palm Beach counties with papers listing a landlord with a similar name.
The legislative agenda for Florida's real estate industry includes reducing a sales tax on commercial leases, increasing funds for affordable housing and capping a controversial estoppel certificate fee.
North Bay Village's iconic Shuckers Waterfront Grill sells to Canadian investors in a $32 million hotel deal.
Notable South Florida developers get funding for Aventura Mall expansion and construction of an oceanfront condo tower in Miami Beach.
Steelbridge divests an Aventura office building for nearly twice its original purchase price after a three-year hold.
A South Miami office tower sold for nearly $400 per square foot at year's end to Texas-based USAA Real Estate Co.
A lease secured between Miami-Dade County and a local developer is the first step in launching a long-anticipated project on a prime real estate site caught in ongoing litigation.
It took builders only 10 days to sell a five-bedroom showpiece mansion in Miami Beach for $19.5 million.
A New York investor pays $246,000 per unit for the 487-unit complex in the Miramar Town Center.
The five-story Mashta House facing Miami is nearly surrounded by water and has its own private cove.
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It was a very good year for South Florida ultra-luxury real estate, if the landmark sales are any indication.
The Related Group secures construction loans for three projects in Miami's Coconut Grove and Edgewater neighborhoods and Fort Lauderdale.
Lennar Corp. buys 36 acres of land from BBX Capital Real Estate for 463 single-family homes, villas and townhouses at Bonterra in Hialeah.
The sale of the tower at 355 Alhambra Circle amounts to $370 per square foot.
Elizabeth Wellborn closed her Deerfield Beach foreclosure law firm after being evicted for nonpayment of $109,221 in rent, a lawsuit said.
CREC handles the $17 million sale of 141 units in the 692-unit Lago Mar condominium complex in Sunrise.
Marriott International wins the reversal on claims over the ill-fated construction of a Ritz-Carlton resort in the Bahamas.
Chicago-based JLL purchases Cresa South Florida to broaden real estate services for businesses seeking to expand in the region.
The eight-story Bank of America Tower in downtown Boca Raton sells for $326 per square foot.
Cushman & Wakefield senior director Greg Masin said in the retail market, "this is an exciting time to be in Miami."
Joseph Osborne said a hip replacement manufacturer's negligence put his client's mother on the operating table unnecessarily. The mother died during surgery.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jerald Bagley dismissed a developer's $225 million lawsuit against homeowners opposing his private-island project.
Broward Circuit Chief Judge Peter Weinstein plans to approach judicial circuits less affected by the housing crisis to borrow from their allocation of senior-judge days.
An exodus from CBRE in South Florida is primarily benefiting Cushman & Wakefield.
A Miami-Dade judge has dropped a public records lawsuit Key Biscayne filed against the organizer of the Miami International Boat Show.
The online petition is pushing to eject Miami Beach luxury brokers Jill Eber and Jill Hertzberg from the Multiple Listing Service.
The former trailer park northeast of the airport is slated for large-scale development.
Miami commuters can look forward to an end to Dolphin and Palmetto expressway reconstruction next year, and a rail option parallelling the Dolphin is in the works.
Jackson Singh opens as a foreclosure law firm in Boca Raton.