The Harbour debuts its sales gallery in Sunny Isles: PHOTOS

The Harbour debuts its sales gallery in Sunny Isles: PHOTOS

Click here to view original post. Developers Key International and 13th Floor Investments held a grand opening for the Harbour’s sales gallery complete with a choreographed, acrobatic jet pack show, filet mignon More »

PHOTOS: On the scene at the Harbour’s groundbreaking

PHOTOS: On the scene at the Harbour’s groundbreaking

Click here to view original post. Key International and 13th Floor Investments broke ground on the Harbour, a 425-unit condo project in North Miami Beach. The Harbour, at 16385 Biscayne Boulevard, is More »

The Harbour 73% sold, breaking ground on Wednesday


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Click here to view original post.Renderings of The Harbour in North Miami Beach The Harbour, a planned condominium development on Biscayne Bay in North Miami Beach, has reached 73 percent under contract More »

PHOTOS: On the scene at PULSE Miami Beach cocktail party

PHOTOS: On the scene at PULSE Miami Beach cocktail party

Click here to view original post. Key International and 13th Floor Investments hosted a cocktail party as a sponsor of PULSE Miami Beach Contemporary Art Fair during Miami Art Week. The developers previewed their More »

Developers close $30.5M land deal for The Harbour

Developers close $30.5M land deal for The Harbour

Click here to view original post. Renderings of The Harbour in North Miami Beach Developers 13th Floor Investments and Key International just closed on a $30.5 million land deal for their twin-tower More »

 

The Wrap: Mayors ask for help as governor visits Miami Beach to talk Zika, developer wants nine high-end homes on former Wellington golf course…and more

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1. Mayors ask for help as governor visits Miami Beach to talk Zika [Miami Herald]
2. Developer wants nine high-end homes on former Wellington golf course [Palm Beach Post]
3. This is why your favorite Miami restaurants are closing [Miami Herald]
4. Appeals court ruling raises red flags for foreclosure attorneys [Daily Business

WeWork to lease roughly 65,000 sf at Brickell City Centre

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A rendering of Two Brickell City Centre and WeWork’s Miguel McKelvey and Adam Neumann

Coworking giant WeWork has signed a deal to lease nearly 65,000 square feet of uncompleted office space at Swire Properties’ Brickell City Centre project, sources told The Real Deal. A source with knowledge of the lease

Palm Beach spec manse wins architectural approval, will be priced near $40M

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Rendering of spec house at 520 Island Drive and Corey Schottenstein

The developer of a Palm Beach spec home told The Real Deal he is moving ahead with construction after winning architectural approval, with plans to price the home at about $40 million. Colombus, Ohio-based Schottenstein Real Estate Group is

Miami Beach fined short-term rentals $1.6M over the last five months

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Miami Beach City Manager Jimmy Morales, Mayor Philip Levine, and an aerial view of Miami Beach

The city of Miami Beach is sending a message to those breaking its short-term rental violations: pay up. From March to mid-August, fines issued by the city for short-term rental violations total $1.59 million,