1030 15th Street, SOBE
Exclusive community of only 43 Miami Beach apartments with 1-Bedrooms starting in the high $500’s, is sold out.
8111 Golf Course Road
Prices starting from: 1-BR from the US $566'S · 2-BR from US $934’s · 3-BR from US $1.75M · Penthouses US $1.3M.The powerhouse team behind Ten30 is comprised of Shoma Group, with its long history of building luxury homes in Miami, Saladino Design Studios, the architectural and interior design firm of many iconic Miami spaces and Adriana Hoyos a world renowned pioneer of interior and furniture design who has worked on hundreds of projects and collections around the world. The three joined forces to create the most unique Miami beach condos for sale in the area, where environment, natural elements, modern lifestyle and beach allure, come together to bring you South Beach’s ultimate gem.
8111 Golf Course Road, Boca Raton
GL Homes Buys Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course for $65,700,000!
Sunrise-based residential developer closed on a 190-acre, city-owned golf course where it plans to build more than 500 homes. Due to the postponement of the closing last November, GL Homes paid an additional $250,000 as part of a prior agreement with Boca Raton. In 2017, the Boca Raton city council voted to approve the sale to GL Homes. A year later, the city council authorized the developer’s proposal to build more than 550 homes on the site. However, a court petition filed by Glades Road Self Storage, an affiliate of Sunshine Self Storage, forced GL Homes and Boca Raton to push back the closing until Oct. 31.Bacardi and GL Homes are partnering to redevelop the property into a community of 550 five-bedroom homes with lakes, a 75-foot green space buffer and a 5-acre recreational area.
2 N Breakers Row #Ph4, Palm Beach Record condo sale $17,680,000!!
More than $4,700 per square foot, setting a record in the ultra wealthy town. The sale marks a record on a total and per-square-foot basis for a Palm Beach condo. In 1987, Fennell paid $1.3 million for the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom unit, which spans 3,560 square feet. She also paid $55,900 for the 175-square-foot cabana. The five-story building was completed one year earlier.
Including the cabana, the most recent sale breaks down to $4,734 per square foot.The buyer plans to invest between $2.5 million and $3 million into renovating the penthouse.
2935 and 2945 West Corporate Lakes Boulevard, Weston. Nuveen Real Estate pays $110 million for the industrial two warehouses deal!
The deal breaks down to $275 per square foot.
Constructed in 2001, the buildings total nearly 400,000 square feet on 22.8 acres, according to property records. The warehouses last traded in 2010 for $39.5 million.
Tenants include importer Shopboard Center Weston, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. This is second largest industrial deal of the year, first one was $184 million closing in Hialeah.
503 S Krome Avenue, Homestead
New development coming to Homestead.
An iconic Homestead property between Krome Avenue and US1 was recently sold to investors who plan a mixed-use residential and commercial project for the site.
Formerly a trailer park, the parcels between SW 4th Street and SW 6th Street, total 11.6 acres.
Bravo commented to the media that it plans a 190-unit apartment complex composed of several four-story buildings and 70,000 square feet of retail space along South Homestead Boulevard (U.S. 1). No plans have been filed yet with the City.
The land is in a federal Opportunity Zone. The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amended the IRS Code to set up zones, nominated by the state, certified by the U.S. Treasury, in communities with a poverty rate of at least 20%. The idea was to encourage community development through long term investments.
134 and 142 Lakeview Avenue and 809 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach
One Flagler Office Tower to rise behind First Church of Christ Scientist!
Related bought the One Flagler site for $20.1 million in July. The property is at 134 and 142 Lakeview Avenue and 809 South Flagler Drive. The seller, First Church of Christ Scientist, retained ownership of its sanctuary.
The 275,000-square-foot One Flagler will be built west of the First Church of Christ Scientist and include a garage partly on the first floors of the tower and partly jutting out and rising eight stories, Rajegowda said.
Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s David Childs, One Flagler will have floor-to-glass windows, according to a news release and project renderings.
By contrast, the church has a Classical Revival architectural style and was built in 1928.
It was designed by architects Horace Trumbauer and Julian Abele, and will remain open.
The eastern half of the site will be preserved as green space with the roughly 1-acre public park named after Abele, a prominent Black architect.